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    • Identifying an Empirical Research Article Veronica Bielat, Information Services Librarian, Wayne State University Library System Navaz Bhavnagri, PhD, Associate Professor, Wayne State University College of Education, Teacher Education Division September 2008
    • What is Empirical Research?
      • Empirical means experience or data derived from observation or experiment .
      • Empirical research articles are published in scholarly, peer-reviewed (or refereed) journals.
      • Most empirical research articles include the following five components:
          • Introduction and Literature Review
          • Method
          • Results
          • Discussion or Conclusion
          • References
    • Abstract
      • Most scholarly (peer-reviewed, refereed) journal articles are preceded by an ABSTRACT , which gives you a short synopsis of the article’s content.
    • Look for 5
      • Introduction and Literature Review
      • Method
      • Results
      • Conclusion
      • References
    • Introduction and Literature Review
      • This section will provide the need and rationale of this particular research project, state their research question, research statement and/or hypothesis , and will review the literature that supports (or contradicts) their research question, research statement and/or hypothesis.
      Supporting ideas with other scholarly research Reasons for undertaking research
    • Method
      • This section describes the methodology or research design used to gather the data for the study.
      • Typically a methodology includes:
        • A description of the participants or subjects.
        • A description of the research method, measure, overall research design and/or an approach to data analysis.
      The beginning paragraph in the description of the methodology
    • Results
      • This section describes (through narrative and charts, graphs, tables or other graphical elements) the final findings reached through analysis of the data.
      • This is sometimes called Results or Findings. The results can be qualitative or quantitative.
      Examples of Results In a narrative In a table In a graph
    • Discussion or Conclusion
      • This section provides a discussion, summary, or conclusion, bringing together the research question, research statement and/or hypothesis and the findings. It is sometimes called Implications .
    • References
      • This section provides a list of cited references. This list references all of the articles cited within the article. Most of these articles would have been referred to (cited) in the Literature Review and Results sections.