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jointly presented by nadya azra & azrin

jointly presented by nadya azra & azrin
before madam mardhiah abu bakar, to fulfill requirement of on-going assessment for subject LAW 557 - Legal Research & Methodology

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  • Jointly presented by NADYA AZRA BINTI HASSAN 2010969235NIK MUHAMMAD AZRIN HAFIZ NIK MAHMOOD 2010117311 nadya azra & azrin hafiz / LWB04D / Nov 2012
  • LAW 557 – Legal Research & Methodologynadya azra & azrin hafiz / LWB04D / Nov 2012
  • Q1 – Requirements for an effectivetitle of a research proposal. Must reflect the research Formulated based on research problem Must according to the objectives Consist of the subject matter, area of law concerned and also the setting of the study nadya azra & azrin hafiz / LWB04D / Nov 2012
  • Q2- Research proposal? Research - A process of finding solutions to a problem after a through study and analysis of the situational factors Research Proposal - A research proposal is intended to convince others that you have a relevant and interesting topic to research that will provide (in some explicit way) useful results and a sensible idea of how to set about that research in a timely, economical way. nadya azra & azrin hafiz / LWB04D / Nov 2012
  •  Purpose To show that the problem you propose to investigate is significant enough to warrant the investigation, the method you plan to use is suitable and feasible, and the results are likely to prove fruitful and will make an original contribution nadya azra & azrin hafiz / LWB04D / Nov 2012
  •  Elements of a research proposal - Title - Introduction - Background - Objectives - Research Methodology - Scope of the research - Limitation to the research - Significance of the research - Literature Review nadya azra & azrin hafiz / LWB04D / Nov 2012
  • Q3- 3 Important aspects that should be incorporated into the title. Subject matter Variables of Study ( The area of law) Setting nadya azra & azrin hafiz / LWB04D / Nov 2012
  • Q4 - Title of your research proposal A Legal Study on Malaysian Laws Governing Academic Dishonesty; Plagiarism nadya azra & azrin hafiz / LWB04D / Nov 2012
  • LAW 557 – Legal Research & Methodologynadya azra & azrin hafiz / LWB04D / Nov 2012
  • Question 1:What are the criteria of good researchproblem statements?to write the good problem statements, they are required todevelop three interlocking short sentences:i) Lead-in;ii) A statement about originality, with an identification of what the study would do; andiii) A justification. nadya azra & azrin hafiz / LWB04D / Nov 2012
  • Question 2:The following model contains all the elements of a goodparagraph. As you read it, what is the problem statementin the following situation?Companies benefit through employee loyalty. Crude downsizing in organizationsduring the recession crushed the loyalty of millions. The economic benefits ofloyalty embrace lower recruitment and training costs, higher productivity ofworkers, customer satisfaction, and boost the morale of fresh recruits. In orderthat these benefits may not be lost, some companies, while downsizing, tryvarious gimmicks. Flex leave, for instance, is one. This helps employees receive20% of their salary, plus employer-provided benefits while they take a 6-12month sabbatical, with a call option on their services. Others try alternativeslike more communication, hand-holding, and the like. nadya azra & azrin hafiz / LWB04D / Nov 2012
  • The Study of the Companies Initiatives to Maintain theEmployees Loyalty nadya azra & azrin hafiz / LWB04D / Nov 2012
  • Question 3:List all the good paragraph featuresyou notice in the model 1. Unified 2. Paragraph linked to the main thesis 3. Coherent 4. Well-developed 5. Correctness- Flex leave, for instance, is one.- …employer-provided benefits while they take a 6-12 month sabbatical, with a call option on their services.- …like more communication, hand-holding, and the like. nadya azra & azrin hafiz / LWB04D / Nov 2012
  • Question 4:How would you define the problem inyour case?- It need to be structured.- Readers are convinced that the problem is consequential enough to warrant investigation.- Although the answer to the problem is not currently available, the means for finding the answers are there. nadya azra & azrin hafiz / LWB04D / Nov 2012