All researchers wear the lens of an epistemological paradigm when they design and conduct an empirical research study. It may not be explicitly stated, but an underlying research philosophy drives the study. The same will be true of you when you formulate your future doctoral capstone study. Epistemology is not easy to comprehend. The only way to learn epistemological concepts is to practice applying them. For this Assignment, you will locate two empirical research articles related to your potential doctoral capstone topic. You are encouraged to use the same topic throughout the course to obtain an array of epistemological and theoretical perspectives on this topic. (Even if you change your mind at the end of the course, this is still a valuable lesson: You may learn that you dont want to study this topic for your doctoral capstone project!) To prepare: Review the Walden University pages related to empirical articles and the Epistemology Guide (specifically review Tables 1, 2, and 3) that are listed in the Learning Resources. By Day 7 Submit a 1- to 2-page paper that addresses the following: Identify your potential doctoral capstone topic or problem in 1 sentence. Locate one empirical research study related to your topic that is guided by logical positivism and provide the citation in APA. Provide the persistent link. Locate one empirical research study on the same topic but that is guided by interpretivism and provide the citation in APA. Provide the persistent link. For the study that is guided by logical positivism, analyze the ontological, axiological, epistemological, and methodological assumptions underlying the study. For the study that is guided by interpretivism, analyze the ontological, axiological, epistemological, and methodological assumptions underlying the study. Evaluate the strengths and limitations in using logical positivism and interpretivism to study the topic or problem. Be sure to: Use literature to support your claims. Use APA formatting and style, including double-spacing.