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Analysis Of The Problem

Analysis Of  The  Problem Meaning of Analysis: Analysis  is the process of breaking a complex topic or substance into smaller parts in order to gain a better understanding of it. Meaning of Problem: A thing that is difficult to deal with or to understand.   What is a Problem Analysis ? A  Problem Analysis  investigates a situation/ problem  to understand more fully the  problem , in order to recommend practical solutions for solving it. Steps of Problem Analysis:- Ø Understand Your Problem.   You must understand the issue, problem or symptom you are experiencing before you can realistically try to figure out what to do about it. As a first step towards self-help, take steps to understand the nature of your problem or issue. Watch for any tendency you might have to externalize your problem (e.g., to see the cause of your problem in someone else's actions rather than your own). Own up to any responsibility you may have for creating or maintaining the problem.    


MEANING OF RESEARCH WORTHY PROBLEM                      DEFINITION:   According to, Ellis and Levy (2008)  a research-worthy problem as an impactful problem that does not have a current viable solution and solving it will result in “an original contribution to the applicable body of knowledge”                     Ellis and Levy (2008) outline a process for developing a research-worthy problem: look, read, synthesize, and consult. Look at personal interests and experiences. Read scholarly literature to learn about what has already been discovered and what gaps need to be filled.    Synthesize scholarly literature to identify similarities and differences. Consult by seeking feedback from an experienced researcher. 3. INTENSIVE IMPACT OR COMPREHENSIVE INFLUENCE The researcher should select a problem which having long term impect on the particular problem. Researcher should not select a problem which only having very short term impect. 4. TESTABILITY OR MEASURABILITY The research problem s


LIMITATIONS OF QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH      RESEARCH: The word Research is composed of two syllables ,re and search .The dictionary defines the former as a prefix meaning again, a new or over again and the latter as a verb meaning to examine closely and carefully , to test and try ,or to probe .Together they form a noun describing a careful, systematic , patient study and investigation in some field of knowledge , undertaken to establish facts or principles .( Grinnel 1993:4)      So research is a structured inquiry that utilizes acceptable scientific methodology   to solve problems and creates new knowledge that is generally applicable. Qualitative Research: Qualitative Research involves collecting and analyzing non-numerical data (e.g., text, video, or audio ) to understand concepts,opinions, or experiences .It can be used to gather in-depth insights into a problem or generate new ideas for research .It is commonly used in the humanities and social sciences such as anthropology, soci

Identification of Research Problem

Identification of Research Problem   INTRODUCTION   ·          A research problem is a question that researcher wants to answer or a problem that a researcher wants to solve. ·          Identification & formulation of a research problem is the first and most important step of the research process. ·          Selection of research problem depends on several factors such as researcher’s knowledge, skills, interest, expertise, motivation & creativity with respect to the subject of inquiry. ·          Generally, a broad area is selected & then a broad topic is delimited or narrowed down to                   a specific one sentence statement of the problem. ·            This step of the research process is considered as the most difficult & challenging, & need slots of time.   IDEFINITION RESEARCH PROBLEM   “A problem is an interrogative sentence or statement that asks what relation exists between two or more variable. The answer to question will provide what i