RESEARCH PHASES AND PROCESS

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RESEARCH PHASES AND PROCESS
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Phases and processes of Research
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  1. What are the 5 phases of Research
    CDEAD

    • 1. Conceptualization Phase
    • 2. Design Phase
    • 3. Empirical Phase
    • 4. Analytical Phase
    • 5. Dessemination Phase
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  2. What are the 10 Processes of research
    • 1. Topic
    • 2. Review
    • 3. Hypothesis
    • 4. Framework
    • 5. Objectives
    • 6. Research Plan
    • 7. Data Gathering
    • 8. Data Analysis
    • 9. Conclusion
    • 10. Communication 
  3. What is Process 1?
    Topic / Problem Identification
  4. What is Process 2?
    Literature Review
  5. What is Process 3?
    Hypothesis or Proposition Development
  6. What is Process 4?
    Framework Development
  7. What is Process 5?
    Objective Formulation
  8. What is Process 6?
    Research Plan Formulation
  9. What is Process 7?
    Data Gathering / Collection
  10. What is Process 8?
    Data Analysis and Interpretation
  11. What is Process 9?
    Conclusion
  12. What is Process 10?
    Communicating and Utilizing the Findings
  13. What are the key questions for topic identification?
    • a. What do I know about the topic?
    • b. What should I know about the topic
    • c. What do previous studies say about my chosen topic?
  14. What is the SEMP Approach?
    • a. Substantive Dimension - Is the research question of theoretical  or disciplinal significance?
    • b. Ethical Dimension - Can this question be studied in a manner consistent with guidelines  for the protection of subjects?
    • c. Methodologic Dimension - How can this question be studied?
    • d. Practical Dimension - Are adequate resources adequate to conduct a study?
  15. What are Building Blocks of Intellectualized Topic?
    • Presence of...
    • 1. Identified Topic
    • 2. Variable Parameter
    • 3. Design Parameter (see p.185)
    • 4. Locus Parameter
    • 5. Argument Parameter (apply RED Principle)
  16. What is the definition of Typologies?
  17. 1. Lexical (authoritative definition)
    • 2. Operational (how the term is used)
    • 3. Stipulative (assigning a meaning to a word for the first time)
  18. WHAT ARE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF GOOD SYNTHETIC REVIEW?
    • 1. It clarifies and resolves the problems within a field study
    • 2. It results to a progressive shift that yields a new perspective
    • 3. It satisfies the formal criteria of a good theory
  19. WHAT ARE THE THREE TYPES OF LITERATURE?
    • 1. Conceptual (10%) - books
    • 2. Research (90%) - journals
    • 3. Gray (0%) - unpublished literatures

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