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Research Method Process

Research Method Process



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The research process is start with the situation analysis and formulation of hypotheses selecting from among various methods of research scope of thestudy, data collection, data analysis and suggestion & solution. Finally itends in a research report.RESEARCH PROCESS FLOW-CHARTFormulation Of HypothesesSignificance Of ProblemScope Of The StudyData CollectionData ProcessingData AnalysisSuggestion And SolutionsReport writingVerification and predictions
Situation Analysis
a project process involves the following steps:1.Recognition of a need - to me it means that the functional requirementshave been clearly defined and stated;Situation Analysis
2.Generate ideas on how to fulfill the need;3.Develop viable concepts based on generated ideas;4.Perform design based on the concepts;5.Implement the design.And the problem solving steps in the situation analysis are1.Organize the knowledge about the system/situation;2.Develop a functional model of the system/situation;3.Analyze the model for problem solving ideas
Research Hypotheses:
Formulation of hypotheses is the important step inthe process of formulating the research problem. Formulation of hypothesesplays an important role in the growth of the knowledge in the every field.Formulation of research hypotheses:To formulate a researchhypothesis we start with a research question and:1.generate operational definitions for all variables, and
formulate a research hypothesis keeping in mind
Expected relationships or differences
Operational definitions
Hypothesis can also be classified in terms of how they werederived
Inductive hypotheses - a generalization based onobservation
Deductive hypotheses - derived from theory
A hypothesis can be directional or non-directional.
Hypotheses can also be stated as research hypotheses (as wehave considered them so far) or as statistical hypotheses.
The statistical hypotheses consist of the null hypothesis (H
),the hypothesis of no difference and the alternative hypothesis(H
or H
) which is similar in form to the research hypothesis.
Research hypothesesSignificance of the problem
 The research should be defined and pointingout its core nature and its importance. The issue related to the problem mayalso be confirmed. This statement gives direction to the research process
Scope of the study :
A complete study of any problem is well
near non-manageable would involve an vast mountain of data therefore the scope anddimension of the study should be encircled with reference to the tropicalscope ( Like breadth and depth, geographical area, period etc.) the purposeof this limit is to make study manageable in the terms of the researcher’saim, interest etc.
Data collection :
 Data refers to a collection of organizedinformation,  usually the results of experience, observation or experiment, or a set of 

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