|TITLE:||THE PERCEPTIONS OF SOCIAL WORK AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDENTS OF HIV/AIDS|
|PRINCIPLE INVESTIGATOR:||LITTLEJOHN, JESSICA|
File Created: November 16, 2012|
Department Chair Action Date: November 27, 2012
Current Status: Expired. Final Status Report or Extension Needed.
|Confidentiality||Data are not linked to individuals|
STATEMENT OF PURPOSEThe purpose of this research project is to examine the differences in the perceptions of criminal justice and social work students when is comes to HIV/AIDS. The immediate goal is to look closely at the perceptions of the students and see if there is a relationship between that and there field of study. The expected results is that there will be a significant difference in the perceptions of the students who are in the two different fields.
STATEMENT OF RESEARCH METHODOLOGYThe research methodology to be used for this study will be in the form of a survey that will be given to social work and criminal justice students. The data then collected from the surveys will be used for data analysis. The data analysis that will be run will be correlations to see if there are any significant relationships. The survey is included in the supporting documents.
ANTICIPATED RISKS AND BENEFITSThe anticipated risk of this study are minimal, because the only thing that is required of participants is to fill out a survey given to them.No identifying information will be collected for this survey.
SUBJECT SELECTIONThe anticipated number of subjects to be used is 80. The subjects will be from different classes in the criminal justice and social work programs.
CONFIDENTIALITYThe privacy of students will be protected because there will be no identifying information collected for the survey.
PRIMARY SUPPORTING DOCUMENTClick for Word Document
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