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Types of Research Designs

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Broadly, types of research can be looked at from three different perspectives Applications of the findings of the research study Objectives of...

UGC NET Paper-1: The Role of Statistics in Research

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Statistics have a very significant role in deriving inferences and reaching conclusions, in a research. It is primarily used when you have collected the...

UGC NET Paper-1: The Research Process

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Before embarking on the details of research methodology and techniques, it seems appropriate to present a brief overview of the research process. Research process...

UGC NET Paper-1: Positivism and Post-positivism

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Research Aptitude A Positive approach to research is based on acceptance as fact that the world around us is real, and that we can find...

UGC NET Paper-1: Objectives of Research

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Research Aptitude The purpose of research is to discover answers to questions through the application of scientific procedures. The main aim of research is to...

UGC NET Paper-1: Importance of Literature Review

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One of the essential preliminary tasks when you undertake a research study is to go through the existing literature in order to acquaint yourself...

UGC NET Paper-1: What is Hypothesis?

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Hypotheses are nothing unusual; we make them all the time. If something happens in our everyday life, we tend to suggest a reason for...

UGC NET Paper-1: How to Review the Literature

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Research Aptitude If you do not have a specific research problem, you should review the literature in your broad area of interest with the aim...

UGC NET Paper-1: Ethical issues to consider relating to the Researcher

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Research Aptitude Avoiding bias Bias on the part of the researcher is unethical. Bias is different from subjectivity. Subjectivity is related to your educational background, training...

UGC NET Paper-1: Ethical issues to consider concerning Research Participants

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Research Ethics There are many ethical issues to consider in relation to the participants of a research activity. Collecting information  One could ask: why should a respondent...

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