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How should you present your research?
You should present your research in question-and-answer format in the English language.
Should people participate in any research?
Make sure those doing research are able to answer your questions.
Why is research essential?
Research produces knowledge, findings, products, and services in essential ingredients of the economy that help to solve real world problems.
What are examples of knowledge, findings, products, and services that are due to research?
Search engine is outcome of research.
Qureshi University is outcome of research.
There are many more products and services.
What is research?
Research is finding out what you don't already know.
Research is a process of investigation. An examination of a subject from different points of view. It’s not just a trip to the library to pick up a stack of materials, or picking the first five hits from a computer search. Research is a hunt for the truth. It is getting to know a subject by reading up on it, reflecting, playing with the ideas, choosing the areas that interest you and following up on them.
What are the purposes of research?
There are many reasons for carrying out research.
Exploration—may just point the way (not generalizable)
Description—what, where, when, how
Scholarly or scientific investigation or inquiry.
English language questions.
What questions should you ask before, during, and after the research?
How would you rate your English language ability on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the best?
Here are further guidelines.
Research Methods/Types of Research
Correlational Research (Quantitative research)
Comparative research (Qualitative research)
Descriptive Research (Qualitative research)
Evaluation Research (Qualitative research)
Historical Research (Qualitative research)
Action research (Qualitative research)
Descriptive research (Qualitative research)
Experimental Research (Qualitative research)
Laboratory or test tube research
Medical research (Clinical research)
Human subject research
What should you do before you praise any individual or individuals for research?
Where is it displayed on the Internet?
How long has this resource been on the Internet?
Have all questions relevant to the issue been displayed in question-and-answer format in the English language?
What would you like to know?
What would you like to research?
Is there a need for one research question or many research questions?
What resources do you need to verify in case research has been done already?
Do you know what research ethics are?
What are various research tools?
Do you need any research tools?
What research tools do you need for research?
A search engine is also a research tool.
Here are further guidelines.
How to choose from the different research methods
What is the research process?
Research purposes(Research Goals)
What is known about the subject?
Are there any gaps in the knowledge of the subject?
Have areas of further study been identified by other researchers that you may want to consider?
Who are the significant research personalities in this area?
Is there consensus about the topic?
What aspects have generated significant debate on the topic?
What methods or problems were identified by others studying in the field and how might they impact your research?
What is the most productive methodology for your research based on the literature you have reviewed?
What is the current status of research in this area?
What sources of information or data were identified that might be useful to you?
What do you already know about the topic?
What research method will be used?
When will you carry out the research?
How long will data collection last?
Who is your target population?
What discipline(s) or profession(s) fall under this subject?
How has this subject developed or changed over time?
What key concepts and terms are used in this subject area?
What are some of the currently disputed or controversial questions concerning this subject?
Who are the key thinkers and researchers in this area?
What are some of the key publications in this subject?
What does my audience know about my topic?
What does my audience need (or not need) to know about my topic?
How “close” is my audience to my topic? (emotionally, geographically, culturally) Does my audience have any expectations concerning formality of language?
What does my audience expect as far as the format of the final document?
How will my audience use the final document?
Would you like to submit your research paper?
Is it a case report?
Is it a quantitative research?
Is it a qualitative research?
Is it something new that I/we do not know?
Is it an addition to something I/we already know?
How will this research help communities?
Are you presenting in question and answer format?
Is it in the English language?
Have you written these questions and answers yourself?
Who did the final editing?
What are the findings of the research?
What is the conclusion of the research?
Is conclusion of quantitative research from a sample of subjects or objects a true measure of the full population or objects?
Any quantitative research should be truthful.
Truthful quantitative research can help in problem solving.
At the same time, it cannot be a true measure of the full population or objects.
In one part of the world, people falsify quantitative research to get a promotion, to show they are doing useful work, or to get grants fraudulently.
Do they know what perjury is?
Who writes theses?
Theses are written by college seniors, master’s degree students. and Ph.D. candidates.
How long should a thesis be?
Theses can range from 30 to 250 pages in length, preferably in a question-and-answer format.
What academic subjects and topics can be the focus of theses?
Any academic subject or topic that focuses on a specific problem or issue.
Is a thesis research?
Yes, it is.
How do theses/research papers help communities?
They solve real-world problems.
What process is included in thesis/research writing?
What questions should you answer in your thesis/research paper?
What problems will be resolved by your research paper/thesis?
Here are further guidelines.