Ustomer Satisfaction in Retail setting: The role of Emotion

Research Prposal 1000 words
Introduction consists:
A clear definition of the research problems
Research aims and objectives
List of reseach questions to be answered
Background to the study.
THEORIES
Identify the subject area the study relates to within Business Management
Identify 3 theories with reference that relates to the topic of the research proposal
METHODOLOGY
Outline the proposed research strategy and research methods to be used
What primary and secondary data would be used to collect and how would you collect it.
Are there any ethical issues around the data collection and stoage to consider
PROJECT PLAN
Provide a table listing the tasks required to complete the portfolio and the timescale for each. list any resources needed.
Reference list

RESEARCH STUDY 2000 WORDS
DATA COLLECTION:
Explain which research strategies were used and the research methods applied to your study.Discuss any ethical issues.
Explain in detail howyou collected all your data and any problems you had with thisdata collection.discuss both primary and secondary
RESEACH RESULT
Analyse and present the findings of your data collection. You may wish to use graphs,and tables for quantitative data if appropriate, and discuss whatthey mean.
CONCLUSION
How do the results answer your research questions set in the proposal
Discuss how the aims and objectives have been met, or not and why?
What are the main conclusions and what can be learnt from the study?

Bibliography
This contains references but also lists any other sources of information and materials used.

CRITIQUE OF ACADEMIC JOURNAL 1000 WORDS
Critique of an academic journal paper 1000 of more than 10 pages long
I will send the paper as soon as i get one relating to the research topic or if you find one please let me know. The critique is in essay format of summary of the paper, main critique and conclusion.

REVIEW OF RESEARCH METHODS AND STRATEGIES 1000 WORDS
Write short paragraphs explaining eac of the following terms and discuss the strenghts and weakesses of each one. Survey, action research, case study, ethnography, grounded theory, experimentation, quantitative methods, qualitative methods and mixed methods.