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Research Opportunities Essay Examples

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The Characteristics of Different Kinds of Research
* Characteristics of Research * Empirical :- Research is based on direct experience or observation by the researcher. * Logical:- Research is based on valid procedures and principles. * Cyclical:- Research is a cyclical process because it starts with a problem and ends with problem * Analytical:- Research utiliz...
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Types and Formats of Research
q Research: the systematic effort to secure answers to questions. q Communication Research: Studies message related behavior as a specialty and is composed of verbal and non-verbal cues. q Quantitative Research: Explanation and Prediction, inquiries in which observations are expressed predominately in numerical terms. q...
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A Paper on Sexism in the Workplace and the Legislation for Equal Opportunities
Despite Legislation for Equal Opportunities, sexism is still in evidence in the workplace. Sexism is a particular concern for society when considering it's effect in the workplace. Sexism has always been a particular problem in the labour market especially with the formation of capitalism. In the last half of the 20t...
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Should Tan Gong Fu Ltd Open a Branch Restaurant in Beijing, China?
Research Question Should Tan Gong Fu Ltd open a branch restaurant in Beijing, China? Theoretical Framework Rationale I have chosen this business because the owner is a close friend of my
mom. Also, because it is a restaurant, the product is clear, thus making
it easier for me to understand the problem and therefore an...
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How the Results of a Nursing Research Proposal Add Knowledge to Evidence Based Practice
The following paragraphs will describe how the result of a nursing
research proposal adds knowledge to evidence based practice. The paper
will also define qualitative and qualitative research design. Once
defined, there will be a discussion about which design would be used for
a specific research proposal and the reason f...
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How Sociological Determinants Shape Perceptions and Realities for Both Scientific Researchers and Laymen
Stem cells are nonspecific cells within the body which are not designated to a specific region or tissue, which provides stem cells with particularly interesting characteristics. Theoretically, stem cells are capable of becoming a host of different specialized cells through the process of differentiation. The reason for thi...
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Difference in Qualitative and Quantitative Research
To what extent is the division between qual and quan research an artificial one? There is a clear distinction between qualitative and quantitative research, where by quantitative research tends to involve numerical data. While qualitative research tends to use more of a collection of a descriptive more in depth type of dat...
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Conducting Research on Creativity
Statement of the Problem An organized process to achieve creative solutions has been used in the graphic design field successfully for years. The creative process is taught to graphic design students in many universities and colleges. Using a creative process has proven successful for generating graphic options and unique...
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Different Types of Sociological Research
While Sociology is a wide field with many different ideas and theories, Sociologists tend to use the same methods of sociological research in all their studies. This paper will focus on those different methods and provide examples of each. The first method of sociological research is Exploratory research which attempts to...
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The Process Involved in Carrying out a Market Research
The management decision is always connected with the problem or opportunity the company comes across at some point its business activity. It may be the decision about the introduction of the new product or adoption of the most effecting pricing or campaign. To help the client undertake the decision which action to follow,...
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Social, Ethical and Political Issues Raised by the Use of Human Embryos for Research: Using Stem Cells as Medical Treatment
Does the thought of sickle cell, diabetes, or Parkinson's disease scare you? There have been numerous scientific and medical discoveries over the years. Extraordinary discoveries such as the polio vaccine or penicillin have prevented epidemics such as small pox and polio. Yet, as advanced, as we are today, the cures for the...
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Four General Techniques of a Sociological Research
All sociological researchers make use of the data collected to test their hypotheses, but the way and methods used differ from one sociological study to another. There are four general techniques, the case study, the experiment, the observational study and the survey. An experiment is a scientific method in which data are c...
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An Analysis of the Two Key Forms of Qualitative Reearch
RESEARCHING ACTION AND CHANGE Rob McBride and John Schostak A. INTRODUCTION In this chapter we will consider two key forms of qualitative research, viz. Action Research and Evaluation, though it is with the former that we are chiefly concerned. (A whole school example of Action Research employed to make changes)...
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Importance of Market Research to Business
PRIMARY AND SECONDARY MARKETING RESEARCH How Can My Organization Benefit Abstract When conducting market research some questions are not adequately answered by secondary data, the market researcher must collect primary data. The success of a survey hinges most significantly on the willingness of respondents to provide th...
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An Introduction to the Costs and Benefits of Funding Military Research and Development Policy
The Costs and Benefits of Funding Military Research and Development Policy Public Sector Economics November 22, 2000 Introduction The central issues when evaluating the overall the United States research and development policy are the characteristics of a public good. A public good by definition is one that has a zero m...
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Why I Want to Become a Pharmacist
I was once told that our finest moments are most likely to occur when we are feeling deeply uncomfortable, unhappy, or unfulfilled. For it is only in such moments that we are likely to start searching for better answers. As a first generation Arab-American girl, I was introduced early to the tensions between two very differ...
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An Essay on Market Research
Market Research
Title Page Number
Market research 2-4
Quantitative and Qualitative 5
Factors influencing marketing methods 6
Presentation 7
Questionnaire 8
Evaluation 9
Bibliography 10
Market research is to provide information that helps the business ‘to recognise and respond to market opportunities and to develop suitable...
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The Importance of Market Research Through the Use of Primary and Secondary Data
Title Page Number Market research 2-4 Quantitative and Qualitative 5 Factors influencing marketing methods 6 Presentation 7 Questionnaire 8 Evaluation 9 Bibliography 10 Market research is to provide information that helps the business ‘to recognise and respond to market opportunities and to develop suitable products...
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Google and the Information Age
Before Internet people wrote their experiences, discoveries, and thoughts in words on paper. Books were written, and were used to teach a person how to do Math, to write their language, about the history of their country, and other subjects. This made people have to read the books to gain knowledge about certain topics. Whe...
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Masters and Johnson Sexual Research
Masters and Johnson were studying human sexual anatomy and physiology.
While Kinsey researched in the 1940s, studying men and women's sexual
behavior. He reported their attitudes on topics ranging from frequency
of intercourses. Master and Johnson's observed sexual response cycle
which still continues in society in today's...
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Stem Cells and the Moral Dilemma
Stem cells are largely focused on in today’s biomedical world. However, there is one type of stem cell that has the most potential make miracles happen. This is the highly controversial embryonic stem cell. Embryonic stem cell research is research on stem cells that come from embryos and their use in medicine (n.pag.). This...
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Benefits of Animal Testing: Do the Benefits Overshadow the Negative Aspects of Animal Testing?
One of the most controversial topics in the world today is 'animal testing' which refers to the practice of using animals in the field of scientific research. It is also referred to as 'animal experimentation' or 'animal research'. Even though the practice of using animals to learn more about human beings became popular wit...
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Self-assessment of Research Mindset and Skills
As a community college instructor, I have been teaching an introduction to statistics course for more than a decade. So I am familiar with the concepts of qualitative data, quantitative data, independent variables and dependent variables. Also, I teach descriptive and inferential statistics. However, I was not familiar wit...
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Teaching Effectively
Teaching effectively and stimulating student learning in the twenty-first century are far more difficult than in the past. Teaching cannot entirely rely on informal practices which are based on old myths, intuition, spontaneity, or personal choices.  The practices of teachers should draw on accurate information from several...
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Wounded Warrior Project and the Approach to Research
I. Project Description WWP Strategic Plan FY 2013-2017 sites, “In Operations Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, and New Dawn, for every US soldier killed, seven are wounded. Combined, over 50,000 servicemen and women have been physically injured in the recent military conflicts. In addition to the physical wounds, it is est...
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