It is hard for both a fresher and experienced researcher to think about from where they should start? You have your research questions ready with you but how do you know if there is a legitimate need to address these questions in your graduate research. We at SPSS tutor has dealt with many graduate students and found that there is a topic in their mind but they are just not sure about it, lets call these topics unformed. You need to search for one such topic in which you have a bit of interest, we won’t say an abiding interest but at least one that is doable and you trust that you will find a gap to justify your research in the end. For a successful study, your research topic needs to have three things: clear, contemporary, and compelling. Hence, you need to select such a topic in your dissertation or thesis writing which has current relevance in your field. Also, once you are sure that your topic covers the three C criteria, you need to move forward with designing your study.
At, SPSS tutor, once you are finalised with the topic and methodological approach, our expert team supports you in topic development with their comprehensive approach. Two basic discussions start on our first call from our methodologist, about your general interest in the study and what is realistic for you in terms of sample size and data collection. After which we give exploratory research to find the potential research gap that we can address we can develop the problem statement and theoretical framework. The problem statement is important to analyse as it is important to set it before we expand to the full foundation process.
After this, we move forward in alignment with the suggested problem statement to create a purpose section. We ensure that the research questions, hypotheses, and sampling plan are aligned with the problem and purpose statements. We also confirm that the proposed qualitative or quantitative research methodology properly addresses the research question.
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