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  • RESEARCH OBJECTIVES Modified by: Zennifer L. Oberio From the presentation Prepared by: Harold P. Mediodia
  • Statement Questions or
  • •Provide the general direction in the conduct of the research •Used as guides in the specifying the variables of the study •The choice of the research design to be used , the data to be collected, as well as the interpretation of results all depend upon the objectives developed. The Research Objectives View slide
  • generic statement which describes in broad terms what the study wishes to accomplish General Objectives View slide
  • identify in the detail in measurable terms the aims of the research it breaks down what needs to be accomplished into smaller , logical components Specific Objectives
  • Example 1: General Objectives : To determine the antihyperglycemic property of ampalaya diet on white mice Specific Objectives: 1.To measure the blood glucose level of white mice before and after ampalaya diet. 2. To compare the blood glucose levels of white mice before and after ampalaya diet.
  • Example 2 General Objectives : To propagate yellow sweet corn using tissue culture. Specific Objectives: 1.To measure length of shoots of yellow sweet corn grown using callus culture three weeks after transplantation. 2. To compute for the proliferation rate of yellow sweet corn using callus culture.
  • S - specific •To study fruit flies. •To determine the effect of environmental factors on light waves. •To determine the effect of mulching on plants.To produce a robot. The S-M-A-R-T Objectives
  • To study fruit flies. could be.. To determine the reproductive capacity of Drosophila melanogaster exposed to gamma radiation in terms of number and sex ratio of the offspring
  • •To identify the role of mangroves on the population of mollusks •To determine the significance of sunlight on Vibrio The S-M-A-R-T Objectives M - measurable
  • To identify the role of mangroves on the population of mollusks. could be… To compare the relative abundance of gastropods in natural and rehabilitated mangrove forests in Panay Island
  • • To map the gene sequence of different varieties of banana. • To compare the growth and development of hornbills in a disturbed and undisturbed forests. The S-M-A-R-T Objectives A - attainable
  • The S-M-A-R-T Objectives R - result-based • To appreciate the importance of antennae in insects.
  • • To describe the inheritance of left-handedness on human being. • To compute for the rate of decay of radioactive isotopes. The S-M-A-R-T Objectives T – time bound
  • S – specific M – measurable A – attainable R – result-based T – time bound The S-M-A-R-T Objectives
  • In studying objectives avoid using … • To study • To know • To research Reminder:
  • Instead you have a lot of choices … And a lot more… •To identify •To measure •To compare •To develop •To describe •To classify •To test •To analyze •To compute •To differentiate
  • 1. Objective to gather data 2. Objective to analyze data 3. Objective to develop a product KINDS OF SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
  • 1.To identify the diatoms found on each sample substrate up to the species level of classification; 2. To compare for the relative abundance (in percentage) of each diatom species; and 3. To compute for the species diversity (in rats ) of diatoms found in the river. Objective to gather data
  • To compare the swim times (I minutes ) of mice before and after undergoing a two- week VCO diet. To determine the relationship between concentration of glucose (g/L) and voltage generated (mV) by E. coli. Objective to analyze data
  • 1. To design a log box that will use a light sensor to read bar-coded cards. 2. To design cards with different bar code combinations –each combination will correspond to a different individual. 3. To create a computer program that will display the employee’s name, date time in or time out and store them in a database. Objective to develop a product
  • 1. Units for parameters 2. Accurate technical or scientific terminologies 3. For developmental studies :Measurable outcomes , phases of development IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS
  • References: Cadomigara, m..2002. Fundamentals of research, Methods and Models. Mindset Publishing, Inc. Iloilo City. Pyrczak, F., Bruce, R.R.2003. Writing Empirical Research Reports (4th Ed.). Los Angeles, CA: Pyrczak Publishing .
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