DEVELOPING RESEARCH QUESTIONS[1]

DEVELOPING RESEARCH QUESTIONS[1] - Statement of the problem...

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Unformatted text preview: Statement of the problem Doma in Proble m Statement of the problem Research Questions Statement of the problem  It is just one sentence (with several paragraphs of elaboration).  It may be stated in: Declarative manner Question form  It clearly states the problem or issue  It must provide focus and direction for the research Statement of the problem  State why the problem is important enough to study.  Explain how the problem relates to educational, social or political trends by presenting data that demonstrates the scope and depth of the problem. Click to edit Master subtitle style RESEARCH QUESTIONS 1) Explanation 2) Features of good research questions 3) Importance of good research questions 4) Difference between research objectives and research questions.- Structure of a Research Objective - Structure of a Research Question Explanation: - A research question is an extension of the research problem.  Questions are meant to identify areas and aspects that have to be looked into....
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2011 for the course ECON 4702 taught by Professor Abj during the Spring '11 term at Alaska Pacific University.

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