Answered By: Lynn VanLeer Last Updated: Jan 08, 2018 Views: 227
The Library has databases and suggested statistics websites you can use to support your hook and anchor problem statement.
- Go to the combined statistics search box on the Library's Statistics and Data page
- Learn about and access the SAGE Stats database from the statistics page
- Learn how to search for statistics in articles
A refresher from the DBA Doctoral Study Rubric and Handbook:
The hook should be a succinct WOW statement to catch the reader’s attention.
An anchor comprises a number, percentage, dollar value, ratio, index, etc.
Both your hook and anchor are supported by peer-reviewed or government citation 5 or less years old from anticipated completion date.
Research Tip: it is best to research and read widely in the literature BEFORE developing your problem statement. This will ensure that you are able to find research that will back it up. If you create your problem statement first and try to find statistics to support it, it can be a bit like looking for a needle in a haystack.
- Go to the Business & Management Research page
- Learn about and schedule an appointment with the Business & Management Liaison
- Go to the DBA doctoral study resources page
- Go to the DIT doctoral study resources page