An overview of the various components of a research proposal detailing problem identification, background, rational, justification and significance of the proposal. Set research questions, objectives and hypothesis.
A quick overview of the major components of a research proposal in the social sciences and humanities to aid researchers in drafting a research proposal. Components discussed include, research problem, background, literature review, objectives, methods, and conclusion.
ES 191 - Components of a Research Proposal
Peer Review Emulator (PRE) is an expert system to help prepare research proposals for peer review. In PRE, you begin with an overview of the major components of a research proposal. As each topic is selected, you see successively more detailed screens with the subcomponents of each section. You answer questions about your research and provide brief text summaries of each section on these forms. As you work, the program displays an up-to-date summary of which components you have completed and which remain to be done.