Tips on Writing an Abstract for Your Article

Tips on Writing an Abstract for Your Article

In scientific journals, abstract means the summary of an article. But in the dictionary, these two words have different definitions. Sometimes they are used interchangeably in scientific texts and the same word is used for both concepts. But you must notice that this is not common and many journals distinguish between abstract and summary. The Read more about Tips on Writing an Abstract for Your Article[…]

Research Limitation

Research Limitation

Today’s article is about research limitations and the problems and obstacles that researchers face in the way of conducting their research projects. What is Research Limitation? Research limitations are factors that prevent the collection of the desired data and results. Types of Research Limitation 1. Limitations imposed by the researcher Such limitations are the result Read more about Research Limitation[…]

Different Parts of a Research paper (Part 3)

Different Parts of a Research paper (Part 3)

Data Collection Methods and Tools Levels of Measurement “Measurement” means using numbers to express the characteristics of a phenomenon. Measurement levels are as the following: Nominal – Classification based on whether or not they have an attribute or value (female employees – male employees). – You can only do calculations related to abundance about them Read more about Different Parts of a Research paper (Part 3)[…]

Different Parts of a Research paper (Part 2)

Different Parts of a Research paper (Part 2)

The Research Design The following should be considered in the design of research: Research details  Statement of the problem  Type of research Purpose of the study      2. Sampling and data collection methods: Statistical population Sample size data collection method       3. Data analysis method Data Collection and Sampling Methods Reasons for Read more about Different Parts of a Research paper (Part 2)[…]

Different Parts of a Research Paper (Part 1)

Different Parts of a Research Paper (Part 1)

Statement of the Problem This part includes the importance of the problem, the necessity of the research), the specialized limitations of the problem, etc., which should have the following characteristics: Be clear and limited. Be capable of providing hypotheses. It sould not emphasize non-scientific judgments and philosophical or mystical orientations. Be in the form of Read more about Different Parts of a Research Paper (Part 1)[…]

Types of Research

Types of Research

A. Based on Purpose Basic Research This type of research follows no personal or commercial purposes. It seeks to expand knowledge and theories in general and particular, without the immediate scientific application of research results. Applied Research The purpose here is to achieve the understanding or knowledge needed to determine how a specific need is Read more about Types of Research[…]

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