Black Farmers Landownership/Agrarianism

So regarding the research topic that I chose above, IT HAS TO BE QUANTITATIVE METHODS. So everything you do when answering these questions needs to be tied to the research of Black Farmers landowernship/Agrarianism, and overall this is psychology. I have attached all of the document readings just in case you need background of the terms that are being asked in the question. This needs to be written extremely scholarly and need to go in to very depth detail for each question. On question number 6 I have also attached the example template from slide 14 of day 13 to help answer that question. Please make sure to cite all sources.

Here are the questions:

Please provide the following information. This will be the “research” you are asked to describe in each of the following questions (with the exception of #4, which asks you to create moderation and mediation research questions and hypotheses specifically):
• Research question(s):
• Hypothesis/es:
• Sample and context: from whom, where, and in what context will you conduct the research (like a “Participants” section of an empirical paper):
• Any other methodological details that are important (procedure, measures) in brief:

1. Let’s assume that you find exactly what you have proposed to find (i.e., all of your hypotheses above are supported). Write a constraints on generality (COG) statement in the format of Simons et al., 2017).
2. Which research strategy would be most appropriate for your research question – experimental, correlational, or case study? How do you know? To provide support for your answer, name the relevant advantages and disadvantages of each of the designs from the table in your textbook.
3. You conduct an experimental design. Answer the following questions about this design: 1) which variable will you manipulate and describe each condition/level of that manipulated variable in sufficient detail, 2) identify if you selected two comparison conditions or if you selected a comparison condition and control condition and justify your answer, 3) will you conduct a between-subjects, within-subjects, or mixed design and justify your answer, 4) will you use a factorial design? how do you know? how did you decide (justify your answer)?
4. Consider your research program. First, choose three variables that make theoretical sense (i.e., there is theory to support) for mediation. Write out the full research question(s) and hypotheses for mediation. Next, choose three variables that make theoretical sense (i.e., there is theory to support) for moderation. Write out the full research question(s) and hypotheses for moderation. Please clearly and explicitly label which research questions are hypotheses and which are mediation when answering this question. Note that you can use the same predictor and outcome variables for both moderation and mediation, if you prefer. I would presume that the mediator variable would be different from the moderator variable in most theories and empirical applications, so do not select the same variable for both your mediation and moderation write-ups.
5. Identify an important field research setting that is important and relevant for your research program. Be sure to describe how and why it is relevant and important specifically. Then, provide an example of a field experiment, natural experiment, quasi-experiment, and naturalistic observation (provide a separate example for each of these four types of field research). For each example identify: a) what the research question is, and b) what the design would be / what you would do for each (provide enough detail for this to make it clear how your example is an appropriate example of each of the types of field research).
6. Pretend you are testing your hypotheses by conducting correlational research. Which control variables would you use in your study and why? Use the example template from Slide 14 of Day 13 powerpoint to write out the theoretical rationale for including those control variables (the sentences from the template up until “That said, examinations of…”). Be sure to include citations. Then, assume that you run bivariate correlations with your sample and some of your bivariate correlations are nonsignificant. Write out the rationale for including / not include covariates using the remainder of the template (“That said, examinatioawzns of…” sentence until the end.