Please refer to the attached file the highlighted portions needs to be filled out based on Bullying, in at least 350 words-500 words Subjects with ______ are more/less likely to ______ than subjects without _____. Population / Sample: This section provides information regarding subjects (people, places or things). Students need to identify the general population of subjects. After identify the population, students need to indicate the sampling strategy: either probability or non-probability sampling. Once a sampling strategy is provided, students need to indicate their specific sampling technique and describe the resulting sample of subjects. Research Design: This section provides information regarding your research design. Discuss which design you will be using: true classical experiment, quasi-experimental design, or non-experimental design. After indicating which design, provide a brief justification of why this design is appropriate for this topic (if you have two groups and can use random assignment, then it is a true experiment, but if there is no random assignment and you as the researcher are “matching” one group to another, it is a quasi-experimental design. If you only have one group, it is a non-experimental design (regardless if the observations are only made once (cross-sectional) or over a period of time (longitudinal). Likewise, you may have more than one group in a non-experimental design, but the groups are not equivalent or matched. They are simply different groups being observed. It is best to include an illustration of the research design as indicated below: Exp. Pretest on DV Intervention of IV Posttest on DV Group Random Assignment / Matching / None Control Pretest on DV Posttest on DV Group Time 1 Time 2 Time 3 Data Collection: This section provides information regarding the proposed data collection methods. Students should indicate the primary data collection method such as asking questions, making observations, using existing data or a combination of methods. In some cases, students may use more than one data collection method technique. Considerations: In the last section, students need to provide their overall considerations regarding the research proposal. In this section, students should address validity, reliability and/or generalizability issues. NOTE: Because students are not collecting or analyzing data, there will be no conclusions or results. As such, students are just building the front-end of a research proposal).