Proposal Process Worksheet
In psychology and counseling research, there may be instances in which you become involved in the proposal process. Therefore, it is essential for you as a scientist-practitioner to become familiar with the key terms and steps in the proposal process.
Read the “Preparing a grant proposal: Some points for guidance” article and the “Academic Proposal” section of the Owl Purdue Online Writing Lab website located in the weekly materials.
Provide short answers of 150-300 words each for the following questions/statements. Do not exceed 300 words for your response. Use the textbook, and any other scholarly resources to support your responses. Include at least two to three peer-reviewed journal articles beyond the textbook and course readings.
What defines a proposal report? What is the purpose of a proposal report?
What are the different sections of the proposal report and how are they organized?
What are the steps in the data analysis process and what should you consider in your report when including data analysis?
A proposal is a manuscript or an article that suggests an answer to a problem or provides a course of action in reaction to a necessity. It is a form of persuasive writing. Proposals try to persuade the receiver to take steps according to the writer’s intention. Each aspect of any proposal should be prepared and customized to take full advantage of its powerful impact. Proposals have the purpose to which is the same to that of a suggestion or a justification report,