Research is commonly known to be search for knowledge. Research is an art of scientific search for specific information. According to Clifford Woody, research comprises defining and redefining problems, formulating hypothesis or suggested solutions, collecting, organizing and evaluating data, making deductions and reaching conclusion and further testing the conclusion whether they fit into formulating hypothesis. […]

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Research Philosophy The research philosophy is the basis of thought through which an investigator began his quest to reach his overall goal. Saunders, M Thornhill, A & Lewis, P describe the research philosophy as “philosophy of research depends on how you think the development of knowledge.” Research Focus After analyzing and adopting the philosophy of […]

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Common Research Methods for the Social Sciences There are numerous research methods that can be used when researching scientific subjects, you should discuss which are the most appropriate for your research with your supervisor. The following research methods are commonly used in social science, involving human subjects: Interviews One of the most flexible and widely […]

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Sometimes the most difficult part of writing a research paper is just getting it started. Contained in this packet, you will find a list of six steps that will aid you in the research paper writing process. You may develop your own steps or procedures as you progress in your writing career; these steps are […]

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Implementation refers to “a specific set of activities designed to put into practice an activity or program” (Fixsen, Naoom, Blase, Friedman, & Wallace, 2005, p. 5 ). At first glance, one would assume that a proposed program and the one that is eventually delivered are very similar, that is, that no essential differences appear between […]

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Getting Started 1. Most research begins with a question. Think about which topics and theories you are interested in and what you would like to know more about. Think about the topics and theories you have studied in your program. Is there some question you feel the body of knowledge in your field does not […]

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An additional challenge highlighted by international students, in their new study environments, is that the learning style is often quite different from the style that they are used to in their home countries [13]. The Asian learning style is very different from the Western learning style.It focuses more on a surface learning approach which is […]

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PROFESSIONAL CDR- Writers Professional Writers is among the few organizations in the world that provide professional CDR reports for the aspirants who are applying for Engineers Australia. About Engineers Australia Engineers Australia is a professional body and not-for-profit organization dedicated to being the national forum for the advancement of the engineering field within Australia. It […]

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It is most important that students feel motivated by the subject chosen, since they will spend a substantial amount of time and effort exploring it. This can be a rewarding challenge when the subject interests them and a very difficult, tedious or stressful task otherwise. They should also consider whether the subject chosen may (or […]

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