Choose a topic in the criminal justice feild to write the research paper on. an

Choose a topic in the criminal justice feild to write the research paper on.
an exampe topic would be, Major problems within prison systems.
The below must be turned in on 06/26/2022;
You must complete the first three chapters of your research papers in order to receive credit for the Midterm. see instructions below.
Typically, the title should be a brief statement that names the major variables in the hypothesis, purpose, or research question. The title should include the unit of analysis. Secondly, integrate your abstract into your document. Be sure it to review the ‘How to write a research paper’ abstract link.
2. INTRODUCTION – Chapter 1
The Introduction should include the following subsections:
• Identification of the problem area under the heading of: Statement of the Problem
• Conceptual and operational definitions of the variables and key terms
• The independent and dependent variables should be briefly disclosed in this section
• A statement of why the topic is worthy of investigation (potential implications of results).
• A brief description of relevant theories
Note: if a qualitative method is used it may include personal perspectives and experiences related to the topic (subjectivity is permitted here).
The literature review will generally be the lengthiest section as the student will describe the studies of previous researchers from scholarly articles, periodicals, journals, books, and reports related to the student’s topic. The literature review is not just a synopsis of the research, but a critical review focusing on trends, themes, and conflicts with other studies. The review will ordinarily contain the hypotheses, key variables, methods of sampling and mechanics of the study, results, and primary limitations. Keep in mind that the student is attempting to fill a literature gap by conducting their research.
At the conclusion of the Literature Review, please state your hypothesis or hypotheses under a separate subheading: Hypothesis.
Due Date
Jun 26, 2022 11:59 PM