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Understanding the importance of limitations and scope of research
Transcript of Understanding the importance of limitations and scope of research
of a research project would include facts and theories about the subject of the project. When enough information has been gathered from a scope of a study, the individual who is doing the project may "wrap up" the information because the limitations of the research have been met,and then a conclusion can be formed. The scope of research is the areas covered in the research. In this part of the research paper you will tell exactly what was done and where the information that was used specifically came from. Scope The limitations are the circumstances that were not considered in the research, also known as the bounds, is the cease of the scope of studies. Limitations At first glance it may seem that limitations and scope of research are very similar and almost interchangeable, however the two are very different and set the guidelines for your research. What is the importance of limitations and
scope of research? The scope would be something such as a person gathering information from children between the ages of five years of age to 18 years of age. The information could be used for several purposes, such as for school record keeping.The limitations of this study would include the decision to not gather information from students from college and up. The information for school record keeping would not include those who have already graduated high school; therefore, information collected from college students and beyond would be irrelevant.