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3 research questions. These were great.
Then you need 3 hypotheses PER research question. These are IF / Then statements – IF something happens, THEN something will occur. IF I buy 10 lotto tickets, THEN I’ll win a prize. Cause/ independent variable is 10 lotto tickets, effect/dependent variable is winning a prize.
For each hypothesis, you need to define the IT & Then / Cause and Effect (independent and dependent variable in your hypotheses). Might seem redundant, what you are doing is defining your variables. If your variable is radios – in a sentence or two define what a radio is/type of radio as an example.
Lastly, for each hypothesis briefly describe data collection in a couple of sentences (how you’ll find and get it – example, surveys, death records, interview, government records, etc.)
The Johnson county emergency manager, the city of Smith police chief, and the state of chaos director of homeland security are working together to plan for evacuations of citizens and their pets and livestock during wildfires, which are prevalent in their region each summer. During the last round of fires this past summer, several critical issues surfaced.
People were reluctant to leave pets and livestock behind, but it was critical that they evacuate quickly to save their own lives. Some people were caught sneaking back into the area to liberate their animals, and one woman was severely injured by returning to a closed area for a pet.
People often attempted to defend their own properties from fire with water hoses, fire repellents, and with makeshift earthen berms. Trying to force them to leave their land led to several confrontations and even a few arrests for physical altercations. These encounters also consumed precious time and resources.
Shelters that could be ready quickly had very limited space on short notice. More space could be arranged, but it often took 24 hours or longer to coordinate larger areas. None of the currently designated shelters permit pets.
Residents of vulnerable areas complained that they had little advance warning of an approaching fire. They received no word when an “all clear” was called.
Residents who were evacuated more than once are publicly demanding that local and state leadership take proactive preventative measures.
Develop three (3) separate research questions with regard to the wildfire information above.
In 1,000–1,250 words, address the following
For each research question, explain why the research question has merit and how it is tied to lessons learned from the past fire season.
Consider and present arguments for what real-world applicability answering each question could provide to your agency.
For each research question, develop three (3) separate hypotheses that could be tested.
For each hypothesis, identify the independent and dependent variables.
Explain why the causality between these variables goes in the direction you claim that it goes. (In other words, make clear why the variables cannot logically be reversed.)
Explain and defend what type(s) of evidence you might examine to test each hypothesis.
Ensure your research questions and hypotheses are specifically related to your agency or argue why and how questions and hypotheses appearing to be broad are in fact relevant for your agency’s own use.
For each hypothesis, outline for your agency ways in which potential findings from testing each hypothesis could be used in plans or policies your agency should produce before the next wildfire season (this should be estimated without knowing what your actual findings will be).
For example, say that you choose to test a hypothesis stating the following: “If a given fire is resolved during the darkness, there will be more looters in the evacuated area.”
To locate empirical evidence, you plan to examine crime statistics for reports of looting in areas hit by wildfires.
You will also check dates and times to see how soon after the fire the looting occurs.
Because it makes sense, you also will check whether more expensive homes are looted more often than lower income homes and look for patterns in these statistics.
Lastly, you decide to look at whether people with homes that are completely destroyed (versus partially destroyed or completely intact) report any evidence of looting.

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