Course Textbook(s) Eller, W. S., Gerber, B. J., & Robinson, S. E.

Course Textbook(s)
Eller, W. S., Gerber, B. J., & Robinson, S. E. (2018). Public administration research methods: Tools for evaluation and evidence-based practice [VitalSource Bookshelf version] (2nd ed.). Retrieved from https://online.vitalsource.com/#/books/9781351672009R365
Chapter 1: Introduction: What is Research?
Chapter 2: Evidence-Based Practice for Public Affairs
Chapter 3: The Research Process: An Introduction to Key Concepts
Unit I Journal
This course focuses on quantitative research methods as applied to public or nonprofit administration settings. During this course, you will develop a quantitative research proposal. With that in mind, you will have to develop one or more research questions and a hypothesis. For this, you will need to identify a phenomenon involving public or nonprofit settings that can be studied through quantitative research. Reflect on why you would want to research this phenomenon.
Your journal entry must be at least 200 words in length. No references or citations are necessary.