You should have completed enough background discussion about your topic of choice for a research project to be able to formulate a preliminary paragraph or two for your project. In your writing, you should introduce what specific problem or issue your research will investigate and the importance as
well as a specific question(s) your research attempt to answer.
Structure of Paper: In no more than a one-page double-spaced, APA format, explain why your proposed research question(s) can answer/address the issue you selected. In your explanation, please address the following questions:
▪ What is the problem your research question addresses?
▪ How is your research question analytical? What does it seek to analyze or explain?
▪ What makes your research question interesting and significant to the field of criminology/criminal justice/corrections?
▪ In what way is your research question amenable to criminological analysis? For example, what criminological theory or theories seem applicable to you?
▪ What data sources might be used to examine your research question?
Topic: The History of Cybercrime.
The assignment is actually a literature review but I have to write a one-page thesis and introduction
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