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Topic 8 - Process of Research - ll (in Hindi)
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  3. 1.1 Defining the Research Problem - Formulating the research problem begins during the first steps of the scientific process. - As an example, a literature review and a study of previous experiments, and research. might throw up some vague areas of interest. - Defining your destination before beginning a journey. 1. It determines, 2. What you will do, 3. Will it withstand scientific scrutiny 4. How you will do it, and 5. What you may achieve

  4. Why a literature review? In general, the literature review should: provide a context for the research - justify the research - ensure the research hasn't been done before (or if it is repeated, that it is marked as a "replication study") - show where the research fits into the existing body of knowledge

  5. pecific Measurable Achievable elevant Defined outcome and result How will you show it has been achievedP In line with capabilities and job role Link to objectives team/department and University Time-framed Date set for completion

  6. RESEARCH DESIGN A plan of what data to gather, from whom, how and when to collect the data, and how to analyze the data obtained . Components of Research Design . Introduction Purpose statement Objectives of the research Significance of the study Methodology and Methods . Research questions and hypothesis Limitations and delimitation

  7. Parts of Research Design Sampling Design Observational desigrn Statistical Desigrn Operational design Which deals with the methods of selecting items to be observed for the study Which relates to the condition under which the observation are to be create Which concern the question of the of How the information and data gathered are to be analyzed Which deals with techniques by which the procedures satisfied in sampling Chapter 3 Research Method

  8. Data Collection

  9. Internal data (inside the firm) Financial statements, research reports, files, customer letters, sales call reports, and customer lists Secondary data . Facts and figures already recorded prior to the project External data (outside the firm) . U.S. Census reports, trade association studies and magazines, business periodicals, and Internet-based reports Data Facts and figures pertinent to the problem Observational data (watching people) Mechanical and electronic Primary data approaches Personal approaches Facts and figures newly collected Questionnaire data (asking people) . Idea generation through in-depth for the project interviews and focus groups . Idea evaluation by mail, online, telephone, and personal surveys

  10. Data Analysis and Interpretation -Making sense out of text and image data - Preparing data for analysis - Conducting different analyses - Generic analysiS-Themes - Procedure specific to strategy of inquiry -Moving deeper and deeper into understanding the data -Representing the data - Making an interpretation or the larger meaning of the data