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Administering the Survey in Research

Researchers uses different methods for administering the survey in research. They can administer the survey in a structured manner or a non-structured manner. In the survey, you do not have the opportunity to ask face-to-face questions from your audience. This makes you dependent on the filled out questionnaire forms that your respondent will return. A well-planned survey provides you with all the …

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How to Narrow Down Research Paper Topic

After deciding on the topic for your research the next step is to narrow down research paper topic. Narrowing the topic for your research paper helps you make it more manageable and feasible to be undertaken in a timely manner. This step is very important for your research paper since this helps pave the way for a successful research project. …

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Use of Internet Sources in Research

The use of internet sources in research is a highly debated topic, many scholars argue about the credibility of internet sources. In past, it was difficult to check the credibility of the source from where the writer compiled the information he shared on the internet but today it’s not as difficult. Although there are websites that do not provide references …

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Tips for Conducting an Interview in Research

An interview is an in-depth inquiry and to conduct it properly one should be well aware of its mechanics. Here are a few tips for conducting an interview in research. To read about how to conduct an interview read my article that deals with the details about the structured and unstructured interviews. Prepare your questions Getting fully prepared for the …

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How to Cite Newspaper Articles?

To understand how to cite newspaper articles one needs to know the elements of citation that are present in the newspaper. Every newspaper has a name, the articles have a title and author name, editor name and page numbers. There are certain guidelines to follow to cite these elements when you are using a newspaper article in your research. You …

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Information Required in Citation in Research

The information required in citation in research may differ in the elements but the aim of the citation will remain same.There are different types of sources that researchers use in the research and every source needs more or less same elements of citation. Some sources like books, journals, magazines, web articles and newspapers have minor differences in the elements of …

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How to Cite a Book in Research

There are various ways in which you can do the citation of books in research it depends on your university and academic area that what citation style you can and you should use. Harvard, APA, Chicago style are some of the well known citation style that are long been in use and are acceptable in different fields of research. Books …

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Evaluating Internet Sources

Evaluating internet sources require both checking the content of the source as well as the credibility of the author and website. It should be noted that any person can write on the internet and can own a website therefore the credibility, reliability and validity of the information is often questioned. One should use internet sources only when other sources are …

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How to Take Notes for Your Research Project

Take notes for your research paper systematically and avoid the hassle while composing and writing it finally. By systematically it means that you should note down all the information along with the note that you have recorded with yourself. The information about the note should include the bibliographic data, any especial observation or keyword that you want to evaluate later …

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How to Evaluate Sources for Relevance and Reliability

When you will start searching for sources you might feel like every sources whether closely related or with a little relevance will be of help to you. This process yields so many sources and information that becomes difficult for you to analyze and decide which ones are better. Use only two criteria to decide what sources you have to keep …

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