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Amr Tarek

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Transcript of Research

What is a research ? 1- Something done by
academics and experts 2- Something scientific 3- Something that breaks up your relationships 4- Research is very difficult Why RESEARCH? Get more information Enhance you own personality Enhance society’s conditions Looking for personal glory How to be a good researcher? You are not a good researcher unless you have the motivations Research Skills Your research has to be original Ethnographic research how to collect Ethnographic information? General layout of a research paper 1. Abstract Four sentences:
1. State the problem
2. Say why it’s an interesting problem
3. Say what your solution achieves
4. Say what follows from your solution Starting your research Types of Data Historical research: How to collect historical information ? Drawing a mind map Focusing Using internet Use trusted sites .edu
.gov Use different search engines 2. Table of contents 3. Introduction 4. Body A. Method In this section you write how did you carry out your research, or the tools that you have used.
ex: using questionnaire in a research B. Results These should be a summary of the facts, figures and statistical tests used to arrive at your final results.
Discuss your findings, and describe how they compared and differed from the results you expected.
Use diagrams, tables, and statistics to clarify your results. C. Discussion Discuss your findings, and describe how they compared and differed from the results you expected.
you will not get marked down for mistakes in the research or for poor results, but only for not recognizing them.
you can discuss at the end ideas for further research, either refining the experiment or suggesting new areas. Scientific Research In a few paragraphs you should summarize your findings. Your abstract will do most of this for you but, as long as you do not get carried away, especially for longer reports, it can help the reader absorb your findings a little more. Include all of your direct references here, even if you only found a couple of sentences. 5. Conclusion 6. References References: Websites:

1-How To Research, by Loraine Blaxter
2-MLA Handdbook for writers of research papers, by Modern Language Association surveys steps to a survey project: Establish the goals of the project. Determine your sample. Choose your interviewing methodology. Create your questionnaire. Pre-test the questionnaire, if practical. Analyze the data-Produce the reports. Conduct interviews and enter data. Qualitative Vs Quantitative Data Qualitative Quantitative Using Libraries Catalogs Databases 0.21% Research in Egypt
"Changing culture, building hope" Egypt: 0.21% Unites states: 2.7% European Union: 2.1% Israel: 4.2% Turkey: 0.85% Turkey R&D expenditure (% of GDP) Egypt R&D expenditure (% of GDP) India R&D expenditure (% of GDP) Changing culture,
building hope. The journey, Barbara S.Lewis
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