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Mar 03, 09.20 AMHi Ade, Please send this message to your student and tell him to tell this to his/ her professor------ Please note For the Interview, an Email will be sent in the official email ID of the managers of Gravesend UK. Then the date and the time for the interview will be decided. The interview will be held over Skype due to the aftereffects of the Pandemic. For the Survey, a similar mail will be made to the care providers at Gravesend UK, for gathering information about their social profile. Consequently, those who agree will be grouped on a social media website. Survey questions will be posted and answers will then be evaluatedThis is a dissertation which 2000 plus has been done remaining 7500 words do I open a new assignment or I can continue with order no 7500 and you send the link I was told by one of your staff to wait for 4 hours and his 4 hours now so what do I do
Dissertation Proposal Form Student Name Supervisor Name Student Number Course Project title: Start and end dates of research: Proposed activity – aims, objectives, research question(s), and state how it is novel Aims The primary aim of the research is to identify the social issues in improving the life of the elderly people in Gravesend UK. The research further aims to identify the outcomes of these social efforts in improving lives. Objectives · To highlight the social efforts on improving the life of the elderly people · To analyse the impact of this efforts in improving the quality of life · To evaluate the ways, in which the life of the elderly people are improved · To recommend alternative strategies and policies to have positive effect on the elderly people Research Questions · What are the social efforts towards improving the life of the elderly people? · How do these efforts affect the life of the elderly people? · What are the ways, which affect improving the life of the people? · What strategies can be implemented in improving the lives of the elderly? Novelty of Research The proposed research can be considered as novel because it will aim to analyse the process of social efforts in improving the lives of the elderly in the Gravesend UK, which has not found much of researches in the past. Since it will be analysed using both qualitative and quantitative primary data, therefore, this research can serve as a novel source of information for future researchers. Methodology – rationale, data selection and collection, recruitment, participant demographics, analytical process Rationale The researcher has to adopt research strategies in order to complete research. The strategies generally used by the researcher, which includes the surveys and the interviews. A research strategy also includes interview strategy and experimental strategy. Extraction of data from different kinds of sources is possible due to the research strategies employed by the researchers for the research (Wolffsohn et al. 2017). Survey is a strategy used by the researchers in order to extract information or data from a huge population. The data that will be extracted are reliable and authentic. It consumes little time and financial resources. Experimental strategy is used by the researchers when new theories and models are provided of that particular topic of the research. The interview is a strategy used by the research in order to extract qualitative data. The qualitative data are generally in the form of facial expression. A considerable time is given to apply this strategy. In this research work, survey questionnaires strategy and interview strategy will be used by the researchers for this research. This will help the researchers to extract and collect data, which is known as the primary qualitative data from statistics and research. These statistics and researches are from previous reports and researches. Survey strategy will be used by the researcher and the data, which was collected, is called the primary quantitative data. Data Selection and Collection Data collection method is very essential for the researcher for their research as it helps the researcher to construct a complete framework for their research. It always helps to figure out the approximate number of resources that are necessary and required in order to perform the collection of data methods of the research. The survey questionnaire method will be used by the researchers to get data. The survey questionnaire method will have a Likert scale. Likert scale ranges from strongly agree to strongly disagree. This helps the researchers to get a holistic idea of the opinion of the people (Orngreen and Levinsen, 2017). The questionnaire was close-ended questions that were provided to the participants. Social media was used to perform this survey. This survey helped the researchers to extract and collect a huge amount of primary data or information in a very short span of time. The number of resources used by the researchers is very little. The researcher also used government websites and health journals in order to extract and collect data in the form of primary data. The primary data then analysed by the researchers. This data, which is collected, is called primary quantitative data. Recruitment The participants will be chosen for the survey questionnaire from five most renowned old age care facilities and elderly healthcare homes in and around the city of Gravesend, UK. From these five care homes only, the care providers will be interviewed. Participant Demographics The demographics chosen for the survey will be elderly people. The age of the participants will be determined to be between 65 years and 80 years. The age and gender of the care providers would be varied. Philosophy The most important part for a researcher in research is to engage with what kind of philosophy is suitable for the research. Philosophy of a research is important for a researcher because it gives the foundation or base to build the research on. There are two kinds of philosophies, which are used by the researcher. These two philosophies are called Positivism philosophy and Interpretivism Philosophy (Couto et al. 2017). The philosophy of the research totally depends on the observations. It helps to collect data and analysis of the data by using a statistical method. The data are collected from evidence, which are real and even from the existing theories from the previous researches, from which a hypothetical conclusion is developed. This is called Positivism Philosophy. In this form of research, the data are mainly collected from the observations and the interviews. On the other hand, there is another type of philosophy, which adopts a naturalistic approach, which integrates interest of humans. It generally uses little theories on the topic of research. This type of philosophy is called Interpretivism Philosophy. Hence, in this research, positivism philosophy will be used because the data will be collected by the researcher from the survey questionnaires and the data, which will be obtained, will be analysed statistically. Approach There are two types of approaches, which are used by the researchers for research. These approaches are called deductive approach and inductive approach. The researcher uses deductive approach when a new logic or theories are used when the research is developed from older or previously available theories from previous research. In this approach, it is important to have a collection of data, which is sufficient to support the theory. The researcher collects sufficient data in order to support the theory. The Inductive approach, on the other hand, is used by the researcher when testing of the theories is involved. It is a bottom-up process, which means the research moves from specific to more in a general way. It takes literature evidence and patterns from the environment and previous research (Valsiner, Chaudhary and Benetka, 2017). In this research, the researchers have taken a deductive approach and for the generation of new theories different methods were used such as the surveys, in form of a primary quantitative data. These two approaches help in to study the theories and their practical application of the method and procedure in the world. Analytical Process The most important part for a researcher is to analyse the primary data that will be collected from the data collection method. The data analysis helps the researchers to get results and conclusions of the data in the research. In this research, the survey questionnaire will be taken and the data that will be collected is called primary quantitative data. This data will then be arranged in the form of tables. The response percentages are converted from response frequencies of the questions, which will be analysed and arranged in the form of charts and graphs (Koval et al. 2019). The primary quantitative data on the other hand will be collected from different primary sources. The primary sources are from interview and health care journals. This primary quantitative data will then be analysed and arranged in an order recorded from the evidence provided from the world in the recent years. References Couto, N., Antunes, R., Monteiro, D., Moutao, J., Marinho, D. and Cid, L., 2017. Impact analysis of BPN in subjective happiness, subjective vitality and physical activity in an elderly Portuguese population. Motricidade, 13(2), pp.58-70 Dolovich, L., Austin, Z., Waite, N., Chang, F., Farrell, B., Grindrod, K., Houle, S., McCarthy, L., MacCallum, L. and Sproule, B., 2019. Pharmacy in the 21st century: Enhancing the impact of the profession of pharmacy on people’s lives in the context of health care trends, evidence and policies. Canadian Pharmacists Journal, 152(1), pp.45-53 Koval, V., Petrashevska, A., Popova, O., Mikhno, I. and Gaska, K., 2019. 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