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- Practical research : planning and design
- Practical Research. Paul D. Leedy Jeanne Ellis Ormrod. Planning and Design. Tenth Edition
- Qualitative and Quantitative Research
- Michelle Gardner
Practical research : planning and design
According to Leedy and Ormrod research is a systematic process of gathering, evaluating, and interpreting data to increase understanding of a phenomenon. The core of a research process is the problem, and the researcher must see the problem with unshakable clarity and state it in detailed and unambiguous terms. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the characteristics of a research problem and will focus on a what constitutes a researchable problem, b the components of a well formed Statement of Research Problem, and c what constitutes a theoretical framework for the need of a study. Based on consensus of the literature reviewed the identification of a researchable problem is the cornerstone for any quality research. The research problem must be well-articulated, research- worthy, and viable. These characteristics will be discussed in this section. Make a difference.
Practical Research. Paul D. Leedy Jeanne Ellis Ormrod. Planning and Design. Tenth Edition
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Qualitative and Quantitative Research
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View larger. For undergraduate or graduate courses that include planning, conducting, and evaluating research. Written in uncommonly engaging and elegant prose, this text guides the reader, step-by-step, from the selection of a problem, through the process of conducting authentic research, to the preparation of a completed report, with practical suggestions based on a solid theoretical framework and sound pedagogy. Suitable as the core text in any introductory research course or even for self-instruction, this text will show students two things: 1 that quality research demands planning and design; and, 2 how their own research projects can be executed effectively and professionally. The book guides students from problem selection to completed research report with many concrete examples and practical, how-to suggestions.
The objectives of this essay are to discuss key elements of qualitative and quantitative research designs, including the distinction between them. The distinction between these two research designs will also be compared with scientific and non-scientific approaches. Empirical examples illustrating the usefulness of the two designs are also given. Discussion Although the key elements of these two types of research design are essentially identical, there are some notable differences in terms of how data is collected and analysed. Nonetheless, this essay starts by considering the nature of research as well as the dimensions that guide the choices one makes about research methods.
The objectives of this essay are to discuss key elements of qualitative and quantitative research designs, including the distinction between them. The distinction between these two research designs will also be compared with scientific and non-scientific approaches. Empirical examples illustrating the usefulness of the two designs are also given.