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  • 1. PRESENTED BY: LAKSHMI YADAVANNURADHA MUKKU
  • 2.  Meaning of Research process Scope of Research process Steps involved in Research process Formulation of Research Problem Sources of Research problem Characteristic of Research problem Research Question Hierarchy
  • 3.  Research is an endeavour to discover answers to intellectual and practical problems through the application of scientific method. “Research is a systematized effort to gain new knowledge”. -Redman and Mory.
  • 4.  It provides basis for innovations. It facilitates process of thinking, analysis, evaluation and interpretation of various situation. Solves pricing problems. It is an aid to decision making. Solves investment problems Solves decision making issues in HR Solves various operational and planning problems of business and industry.
  • 5.  Research process consist of series of action or steps necessary to carry out research. It guides research to conduct research in a planned organized sequence.
  • 6. DEFINE INTERPRETRESEARCH AND REPORTPROBLEMREVIEW OF ANALYSE THE THE DATALITRATUREFORMULATE DESIGN COLLECTIONHYPOTHESIS RESEARCH OF DATA
  • 7.  Formulation of Research problem is the first and most important step of Research process. It is like the identification of a destination before taking a journey. A Research problem is foundation of the Research process. Example: In Education field there are issues like students satisfaction with teacher, attributes of good teacher.
  • 8.  A Research problem is a problem that requires a researcher to pursue it with a view to find out the best solution in scientific manner.
  • 9. BOOKS/REPORTS/ PREVIOUS RESEARCHES OWNEXPERTS ENCYCLOPEDIA CRITICAL OBSERVATION
  • 10. The Research Problem must be FEASIBLE CLEAR ETHICAL SIGNIFICANT
  • 11. There are seven steps in formulating theResearch problem. Step 1 Step 2 Identify Dissect Alcoholism 1.Profile of alcoholics 2.Cause of alcoholism 3.The process of becoming an alcoholic 4.The effect of alcoholism on the family 5.Community attitude towards alcoholism
  • 12. Step 3 Step 4 Select Raise question Effects of alcoholism onfamily 1.What impact has alcoholism on marital relation? 2.How does it affect the various aspect of childrens lives? 3.What are the effects on the family’s finances? Step 5 Formulate objective Main objective:1.To find out main effects of Step 6alcoholism on the family? Specific objective1.To ascertain the impact of Asses the objectives in the lightalcoholism on marital relation? of2.To find out the effects of alcoholism 1.The work involvedon the financial situation of the family? 2.The time available 3.The finance resources 4.Superior researchers experience in the area
  • 13. Step 7 Double check1.That really interested in the subject2.That agree with the objective3.Have adequate resources4.Have technical experience to understand the study
  • 14. Management Dilemma Management Management question 1 question 2 Research Research Research Research question question question question 1.1 1.2 2.1 2.2Investigative Investigative Investigativ question 1 Investigative question1.1 e question question 2.1 2.2Measurement Management Measurement Management question 1 decision 1.1 question 2.1 decision 2.2

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