Answered By: Jennifer Harris Last Updated: Nov 04, 2015 Views: 117
A research question is the question that is answered by your research. So when you are developing one, you want to ask yourself: What do you want to know about a topic? When doing research, you want to address your topic as a question for which there are no immediate answers. For example:
TOPIC: video games and violence
RESEARCH QUESTION: Does playing violent video games lead to juvenile violence?
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