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What was the experience of the Timor-Lestes national athletes with their overall preparation leading to SEA Games 2019?

Chapter 1: Introduction (650 words)
1.1 Introduction
Here outline what is to follow in the chapter. Refer to the numbered sections that follow.
1.2 Context of research
What is it that you are researching? Why is it worth doing? Think about what insight you will have for policy, management discussion and practice, as well as theoretical and empirical knowledge in an arena.
1.3 Research question, aim and objectives
Research question: State your research question to be investigated as a question!
Explanatory research questions:

Aim: This elaborates on why answering the research question matters and what will be achieved by doing so. For example,

This research examines the various factors that contribute to participation in fitness classes each week at Loughborough University. This is in order to better inform facility planning policy at the university.

Objectives: These are a set of tasks or milestones whose achievement delivers the project, that is builds towards answering the research questions.
1. To review the literature to identify how and why something occurs with the available evidence being assessed to understand why the research is useful.
2. To design a quantitative or qualitative study to measure and assessetc.
3. To analyze the data collected to identify if this and that happensetc.
4. To draw conclusions for
1.4 Summary of chapters
Indicate in a sentence or two what each chapter in the project will do.
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Literature Review
Chapter 3: Methodology
Chapter 4: Analysis
Chapter 5: Conclusion
Chapter 2: Literature Review (1700 words)
The structure of the literature review will depend on the nature on your topic. Therefore, guidance on the structure can only be very general. However, there are three elements that you need to include.
2.1 Introduction
It is necessary to have a short introduction, where you provide a summary of the main elements of the literature that the review addresses and why. Refer to numbered sections that are provided.
2.2 The main part of the literature review will be a set a set of sections/sub-sections. I would suggest that:
You present and define key concepts. You will need to decide on what these might be.
You outline theoretical approaches used to investigate the area and that you will draw upon in your work and why you do this.
You outline and summarize the main empirical results from the literature. You will compare your research to these in your last chapter.
You evaluate the literature indicating how your study will improve insight and fill the gap in knowledge.
It is often useful to use a funnel down technique in your literature review. This implies that you progressively focus from general to specific and context relevant issues from the literature. To give an example, if you are looking at participation in sport at the university, then you need to discuss definitions of sport and participation, and review the main theories and evidence associated with them, and then focus on the specific context e.g. higher education etc. You should be critical of claims made in your literature review-perhaps as you review ideas, theories and findings-but often it is easier to do this in a separate section, for example, in an evaluation of the literature that helps to establish the need for your research and what it can contribute to our understanding of the area. So, compare and evaluate alternative perspectives or any claims that are made and establish the gap in knowledge that you are addressing.
2.3 Conclusion:
Here review your main findings from the literature and be clear what ideas are carried forward into the design of your study. For example, what gap in knowledge have you identified? How does the literature review establish what is the best practice on how to research such an issue?

Research Study
We are only doing the first 2 chapters, but still indicate in a sentence or two what each chapter in the project will do.
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Literature Review
Chapter 3: Methodology
The data collection strategy would be email interviews. I think this could be one the more appropriate methods.
It is a qualitative questionnaire sent to the participants via email.
Timor-Leste had the smallest delegation consisting of only 48 athletes who were competing in ten sports in comparison. I will be sending the questionnaires to at least 24 people competing in different sports to find out their experience in regard to the preparation.
Chapter 4: Analysis
Chapter 5: Conclusion

Research question: What was the experience of the Timor-Lestes national athletes with their overall preparation leading to SEA Games 2019?

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