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[…]

Some Tips for Studying Smarter (Part 2)

Some Tips for Studying Smarter (Part 2)

6. Find a Suitable Place for Studying It is essential to have a special place to study. The best place to study is a personal desk and a room that is separate from the rooms that are used for other purposes. It is best to have a study desk in the corner of the room Read more about Some Tips for Studying Smarter (Part 2)[…]

Some Tips for Studying Smarter (Part One)

Some Tips for Studying Smarter (Part One)

1. Study in Short but Continuous Intervals: Based on statistics, the human mind is much more concentrated during short and frequent times periods than long ones. So even if you only have 1 hour to study, divide it into shorter intervals. It is also best to give yourself a break after every 10 minutes of Read more about Some Tips for Studying Smarter (Part One)[…]

Authorship Ethics in Research (Part 6)

Authorship Ethics in Research (Part 6)

Retraction Since the retraction of an article is registered in the database, it can damage the credibility of a researcher or a journal in the long run. Thus, the reasons for retraction must be very clear and verifiable. Especially, there must be a distinction between human error and deliberate scientific misconduct. The journal can return Read more about Authorship Ethics in Research (Part 6)[…]

Authorship Ethics in Research (Part 4)

Authorship Ethics in Research (Part 4)

Overlapping Publications If the printed or electronic version of an article has been published before or is being reviewed for publication, it is unethical to submit it to another journal. Note 1: The authors of a manuscript that is being reviewed by a journal could decide to submit that manuscript to another journal for any Read more about Authorship Ethics in Research (Part 4)[…]

Key points of Formal Writing (part 2)

Key points of Formal Writing (part 3)

Grammar and Structure The formal style of writing means following all the grammatical rules and laws. Thus, there should be no grammatical or structural problems in your writing. In this regard, the coherence and consistency of the text are one of the most important grammatical issues in English.  The following is an example: Wrong: The Read more about Key points of Formal Writing (part 3)[…]

How to Cite Tables and Figures in an Article?

How to Cite Tables and Figures in an Article?

Most of the scientific articles published each year contain tables, figures, diagrams, images, or maps. Many journals have difficult guidelines for inclusion of such items in an article. It is very important to know how to draw tables and the quality of the images used is very significant. So that the researcher should carefully select Read more about How to Cite Tables and Figures in an Article?[…]

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