2 parts to this assignment (Final Project Report & Power Point) Final Project-The project must include: 1) Cover Page: Title, group members, class, date, etc. 2) Abstract or Executive Summary: Usually written after everything has been written. This is a summary of the report, and it should include: Purpose of the project, main findings, and conclusions. 3) Table of Content: insert a table of content. You should learn how to use the Microsoft word document table of content function. 3) Introduction: What is the purpose of the project, why is important, what are your Hypotheses/Propositions. This section is the proposal assignment revised. In this section, you should insert the literature review supporting the importance of your research, and your propositions/hypotheses. Your sources should be peer-reviewed academic research articles. 4) Data and Methods: Explain the data, how did you get it...survey design, response rates, etc. The sampling procedure is thoroughly explained; the design of the study/experiment and how the data were measured are easy to understand; chosen targeted population/sample selection is fully discussed. Insert a copy of the survey and data (if possible) in the Appendix. 5) Descriptive Statistics: In this section, you are expected to insert the Descriptive Statistic assignment and my recommendations (See section 8 above). Use the adequate tools according to the type of data you have (Graphs, Tables, cross-tabulations, scatter-plots, correlations, average, standard deviations, median, etc.) Explain the results. This is the Statistical Summary assignment revised. Proper statistical analysis for EACH question in your survey is reported. Analysis of all questions is included using appropriate statistical and graphical analysis for both categorical and numerical data. Graphs, figures, and tables must be neat and easy to read. No mathematical and grammatical errors. ALL variables and/or responses (categories) are clearly identified. Include cross-tabulations and/or scatter plots, and/or correlation analysis for the MAIN variables (questions related to the purpose of the research). Results, tables, and figures are clearly stated and explained. Intelligent analyses are made with the full support of the data results. 6) Hypotheses testing: use Hypothesis Testing tools and/or Regression Analysis to test your propositions related to the purpose of your study. Hypotheses are clearly and correctly stated (both in writing and using equations). An appropriate test statistic is used and computed correctly. The p-value or critical value is correctly determined and used to draw a correct conclusion. Interpretation is correctly and clearly stated in the context. Results are clearly explained in a comprehensive level of detail and are well- organized. Tables/figures clearly and concisely convey the data. Statistical analyses are appropriate tests and are accurately interpreted. 7) Findings, Conclusions, and recommendations: • Interpretations/analysis of results are thoughtful and insightful are clearly informed by the study’s results, and thoroughly address how they supported, refuted, and/or informed the hypotheses/propositions • Insightful discussion of how the study relates to and/or enhances the present scholarship in this area • Suggestions for further research in this area are insightful and thoughtful. 8) Reference or Bibliography (Use APA 7ed professional style for in-text Citations and Reference) 9) Appendix: For example, you can index a Blank Survey with the Coding you use, Copy of Data, some non-significant Statistics, graphs or descriptive, STATA original outputs, etc. Insert anything that is long and distracting if inserted in the body of the report. Do not insert graphs or tables that are being explained and used in the report. Example of a sample project is attached. Power Point Assignment-Assume that you will be presenting your findings to a very interested audience. Use the Power-Point guidelines and Rubric attached.