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Topic 1 - Types of Research - lll(in Hindi)
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sir ye sabhi acts 20 years baad hi kyu aaye ? answer me please
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sir koi reason h 20 years hone ka ??
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  1. TARGET JRF 2018 LAST MINUTE REVISION 30 MOST IMPORTANT TOPICS PAPER 1 TARGET 80+


  2. . INDUCTIVE RESEARCH (VS) DEDUCTIVE RESEARCH


  3. INDUCTIVE In an inductive approach to research, a researcher begins by collecting data that is relevant to his or her topic of interest Once a considerable amount of data has been collected, the researcher will then take a time out from data collection, stepping back to get a bird's eye view of their data . At this stage, the researcher looks for patterns in the data, working to develop a theory that could explain those patterns. Gather Data Specific level of focus Look for Patterns + Develop Theory General level of focu + Analysis


  4. ANALYSIS DEDUCTIVE The deductive approach is when a hypothesis is developed from an already existing theory. They start with a social theory that they find compelling and then test its implications with data They move from a more general level to a more specific one. A deductive approach to research is the one that people typically associate with scientific investigation. . . .The researcher studies what others have done, reads existing theories and then tests hypotheses that emerge from those theories. Idea 111( H ypothesis Theorize/HypothesizeAnalyze DataHypotheses Supported or Not Theory Do General evel of focus Analyss Speciic level of fu


  5. . FIXED RESEARCH (VS) . FLEXIBLE RESEARCH


  6. Fixed Research . Fixed in Nature " Design is fixed . Rigid & Structured Theory driven . Measured quantitatively


  7. Flexible Research Flexible in Nature Less Rigid More freedom for data collection Qualitative


  8. EXPERIMENTAL (VS) NON EXPERIMENTAL


  9. EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH . Cause effect relationship, control Group & experimental Group (can include pilot study) Manipulate IV, effect of changing IV on DV, starts with hypothesis Control of extraneous variable


  10. NON EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH Non-experimental It has wide scope than Experimental Uses theories & reasoning. Research