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2019 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) results research paper Academic Level : Bachelor Paper details Choose a subject based on the 2019 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) results here: https://www.opm.gov/fevs/public-data-file/ that has never been studied. Then write a research paper using the 2019 FEVS research data result findings. Please follow the below instructions exactly. INTRODUCTION. The purpose of this section is threefold. First, trace previous work on the subject and set up the problem. Second, identify how the paper addresses that problem, explaining what you do to address the gaps of literature or problem of the paper. Finally, you should note the broader contributions and implications of the piece. The contributions of this paper must be theoretical, empirical, and policy relevant, although often the papers published. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK. This section is much more than a passive review of what others have said about the topic. Reviewing previous work is necessary but not sufficient. The purpose of this section goes beyond an accounting of what others have done. The purpose of the theoretical framework is to see it as leading your reader through gaps in the literature that your paper addresses. It must be specific to the theme of the paper. It also must include information the reader needs to know in order to understand your argument. For example, you should incorporate any relevant foundational texts. Divide the theoretical framework into two sections to help speak to multiple audiences. So one section of your theoretical framework must deal with one set of literature, while the next section deals with another. Part of your contribution must be uniting and filling in the gaps in both sets. This section must view research as a conversation, the framework must signal who you are in conversation with — that is, the relevant audience and broader contributions of your work. DATA AND METHODS. This section must answer the question “How do you know what you know?” That must be further broken down into three parts: (1)On what kind of information or material are you basing your findings (e.g., 2019 FEVS research results data)? (2)How did you find that information, or where did it come from (e.g., U.S. Office of Personnel Management)? (3)How did you analyze that information? That is, what software or analytic strategies did you use to come up with your findings? (must insert software output graphics, figures, and tables as necessary). RESULTS. This section is where you present the findings from your work. First, make sure that your results speak to the theoretical and empirical questions that your paper raises in the front half — in other words, that your paper is cohesive throughout. Second, you must organize your results analytically or thematically. You should be thoughtful about how to present your results to get the most out of your findings. You must have three main results in the paper. DISCUSSION/CONCLUSION. This section is a combined discussion and conclusion at the end of the paper. One way you can think about it is that the discussion section allows you to step back from the results section and reflect on the broader story or themes of your results and how they tie together. Then write a conclusion by addressing three things: 1) summarizing what you did in the paper, including its main findings, 2) acknowledging the limitations of your work and 3) proposing steps for future research that builds on what you’ve done in the paper.