Please reply to each question with at least 200 words, citation, and reference.
1.Your textbook presents information about the components of scholarly argumentation and the expectation that doctoral learners are able to argue positions supported by evidence. Why is it important to defend your position? How does an argument allow for a scholarly conversation?
2.Since most doctoral learners are novice researchers, it is often difficult to understand how a researcher provides a compelling argument for why a study needs to be conducted. Using your potential dissertation topic, consider this week’s readings on argumentation. How does your your potential topic emerge from an important problem that needs to be investigated, that is, what is the benefit of studying this specific problem? How do the empirical sources that you have read argue why the problem needs to be investigated? How does the literature review process influence the development of the argument for your potential study?