Describe other potential explanatory (control) variables in your analysis. Those variables typically include demographic and socio-economic variables that may influence the relationship between the IV and DV. Discuss and justify why you are including those variables.

As a researcher, you have been tasked to write a brief research proposal for your project. Review Chapter1, pages 12-22, to review the process of research. Your paper should be at least 2 pages (about 900-1000words), single-spaced, in 12-point font (excluding a reference page) and uploaded to Canvas by the date.*Please do not use the same research question/topic that has already been examined in previous assignments(i.e., attitudes toward the death penalty).
Minimum RequirementsPlease use the following sections to organize your paper.1. Research Question and Hypothesis (200+ words)• Review some current literature (at least one academic journal article) and develop at least onespecific research question and related hypothesis.• You can use or revise the research question that you have developed for Assignment 1.• Discuss the importance/significance of your research topic.
2. Operationalization of Variables (200+ words)• Describe your dependent and independent variables to be tested in your study.• Describe how you define and measure the variables.• Describe other potential explanatory (control) variables in your analysis. Those variablestypically include demographic and socio-economic variables that may influence the relationshipbetween the IV and DV. Discuss and justify why you are including those variables.
3. Subjects for Study (200+ words)• Identify your research subjects (persons or things). What or who will be studied?• Describe how you will select the subjects and how you will reach them.• Describe the type of sampling techniques that you will use to select a sample.• Explain why you have selected that sampling method.
4. Data Collection/Research Design (200+ words)• Describe in detail how you will actually collect the data for your study. Will you observebehaviors directly or conduct a survey or interview? Will you employ true or quasi-experimentaldesign? Will you use secondary data (i.e., police data or data from NACJD)? Criminal Justiceresearch often include more than one such methods.• Explain why you choose the method(s)
5. Analysis Process (100+ words)• Briefly describe how you will test your hypothesis using the data you collect.• Discuss any issues or limitations of your study
6. References(3 or more academic journal articles)• Since you will be building your research project on the foundation set by previous research,citations are mandatory. Cite all the articles/materials that you have used in APA style.