However, if you are not answering a relationship-based hypothesis/research question in your dissertation, you can jump to STEP FIVE, since the theoretical models that we show you in this step are not suitable for descriptive research questions or comparative hypotheses/research questions [see STAGE THREE: Setting research questions and/or hypotheses if you can't remember if the difference between these types of research questions/hypotheses].Supervisors and/or dissertation guidelines often suggest (or state) that you need to include a conceptual framework or theoretical model in your dissertation.
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However, by the end of STEP FOUR, you should be able to adopt or modify the theoretical model put forward in the main journal article, or create a new theoretical model from scratch.
If you are following Route A: Duplication or Route B: Generalisation, you should be able to adopt, or at most modify the theoretical model put forward in the main journal article.
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They provide an overall picture of what you research is trying to achieve.
Unfortunately, theoretical models are often poorly constructed because they fail to illustrate the links between theory, the constructs you should have identified, and the hypotheses (and their predictions, if any) that you will have constructed.