This year marks the 75th anniversary of the Fall of Singapore during World War 2. There have been several special exhibits and events to commemorate the battle for Singapore and the Japanese occupation that followed. Of these, one exhibition – “Syonan Gallery: War and its Legacies” at the Former Ford Factory – has triggered strong emotional responses from the public. People have been airing their views about it through social media. Some say that the war exhibits may be too distressing for visitors. They are particularly concerned about war survivors who may be suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Others hope that guided conversations at the war exhibits will promote healing and closure. These speculations have yet to be verified by local research. Imagine that you are an independent researcher who has been commissioned to investigate the Syonan Gallery’s impact on visitors suffering from PTSD. Design a mixed-methods study using a quantitative survey and a qualitative method of your choice. Prepare a research proposal comprising the following sections to present your proposed study:
2. Literature Review
3. Hypotheses Development
6. Appendices (optional)
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