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Lesson Navigation IconOnline Guidelines for Academic Research and Writing

Unit Navigation IconThe academic research process

LO Navigation IconThe purpose of academic research and writing

LO Navigation IconThe process of academic research

LO Navigation IconTopic selection, posing problems and questions

LO Navigation IconTheory, hypothesis, and operationalization

LO Navigation IconData collection and data analysis

LO Navigation IconInterpretation

Unit Navigation IconOrganization and project management

Unit Navigation IconLiterature research and application

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The academic research process

Learning objectives

At the end of this chapter you should have learned the following:

  • You know the basic formal rule of scientific work.
  • You know what you should consider when choosing a topic and know the difference between problem statement and research question.
  • You know the different models of research processes.
  • You know the difference between approach, theory and model.
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