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Primary Research for Linguistics

The general process for planning a primary research project is as follows:
- Select a topic or area of study that interests you.
- Look at a few articles in that area.
- Write research questions that will guide your research design 
- Plan how you will answer the questions — What type of data will you need? Who will your participants be? What methods would be useful to answer your questions? (here is a link to start thinking about the method(s) that might work best for your project.
 
Use the resources on this guide to plan your project!

Picking a Methodology

Call number:  300.72 C923r