O'Donnell Chapter 6 - Understanding the Differences Between Academic and Workplace Research In academic research your goal is to find information

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Chapter 6. Researching Your Subject © 2007 by Bedford/St. Martin's 1 Understanding the Differences Between Academic and Workplace Research In academic research , your goal is to find information that will help you answer a scholarly question. In workplace research , your goal is to find information that will help you answer a practical question, usually one that involves the organization you work for.
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Chapter 6. Researching Your Subject © 2007 by Bedford/St. Martin's 2 An Overview of the Research Process Analyze your audience. Analyze your subject. Work out a schedule for and a budget--our projects . Visualize the deliverable—a final report . Determine what information will need to be part of that deliverable.
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Chapter 6. Researching Your Subject © 2007 by Bedford/St. Martin's 3 An Overview of the Research Process (cont.) Determine what information you still need to acquire. Create questions you need to answer in your deliverable.
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This note was uploaded on 07/30/2010 for the course COM 2610 taught by Professor O'donnell during the Summer '10 term at Metropolitan State College of Denver.

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O'Donnell Chapter 6 - Understanding the Differences Between Academic and Workplace Research In academic research your goal is to find information

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