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Topic 1 - Types of Research - l(in Hindi)
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  1. TARGET JRF 2018 LAST MINUTE REVISION 30 MOST IMPORTANT TOPICS PAPER 1 TARGET 80+


  2. BASIC RESEARCH (VS) APPLIED RESEARCH


  3. BASIC RESEARCH Fundamental or Basic or Pure Research or Conceptual Research . To gain New knowledge Answer to the why, what & how Advancement of a theory


  4. Applied Research . Solve Specific problem Application of Concepts Practical Concept


  5. Basic research Applied research Purpose: Purpose: Expand knowledge of processes of business and management Improve understanding of particular business or management problem Results in universal principles relating to the Results in solution to problem process and its relationship to outcomes New knowledge limited to problem Findings of significance and value to society in general Findings of practical relevance and value to manager(s) in organisation(s) Context: Context: * Undertaken by people based in universities Undertaken by people based in a variety of settings including organisations and universities Choice of topic and objectives determined by the researcher . * Objectives negotiated with originator Flexible time scales *Tight time scales


  6. QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH (VS) QUALITATIVE RESEARCH


  7. Quantitative Research Quantitative research is the systematic empirical investigation of observable phenomena via statistical, mathematical or computational techniques. . Collection & analysis of data . From questionnaire, survey (assume world to be stable so can be measured) Deductive (logic)


  8. Qualitative Research . Qualitative research is a process of naturalistic inquiry that seeks in-depth understanding of social phenomena within their natural setting. . It focuses on the "why" rather than the "what" of social phenomena and relies on the direct experiences of human beings as meaning-making agents in their every day lives. . Non-numeric - like observation, interview (since perspective of people differs) . Narrative description and field focused . Inductive (empirical)


  9. Qualitative vs. Quantitative Research Qualitative Research Discover ideas Quantitative Research Purpose Test hypotheses or specific research questions Approach Observe and interpret Measure and test Unstructured; free forms Structured; response categories provided Data Collection Methods Researcher Independence Researcher is intimately involved; results are subiective Small samples often Large samples to allow natural setting Researcher is uninvolved; results are obiective Sample generalization Most often used in: Exploratory research Descriptive and causal designs research designs