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Term paper on Research methodology TOPIC:Research Problem:

Term paper on Research methodology TOPIC:Research Problem PRESENTED BY: Parul Saraswat 112511

MEANING OF RESEARCH PROBLEM :

MEANING OF RESEARCH PROBLEM A research problem, in general, refers to some difficulty which a researcher experiences in the research problem.

Identifying a Research Problem:

Identifying a Research Problem Practitioners in the field may encounter difficulties or problems in their daily work that need to be researched. Graduate students on campus may have to search to find a “problem” they can research for their thesis or class project. Whatever the situation, the identification and selection of a research problem is the first step in the research process.

RESEARCH PROBLEM CONSIST OF::

RESEARCH PROBLEM CONSIST OF: What is the study about? Why is the study being made? Where will the study be carried out? What type of data is required? Where can the required data be found? What periods of time will the study include? What will be the sample design? What techniques of data collection will be used? How will the data be analysed ? In what style will the report be prepared?

What do we do with Problems?:

What do we do with Problems? Ignore them Talk about them Try to solve them

TECHNIQUE INVOLVED IN DEFINING A PROBLEM :

TECHNIQUE INVOLVED IN DEFINING A PROBLEM statement of the problem in a general way; Understanding the nature of the problem; Surveying the available literature Developing the ideas through discussions Rephrasing the research problem into a working proposition

CASE STUDY :

CASE STUDY “ Why is productivity in Japan so much higher than in India”? What sort of productivity is being referred to? With what industries the same is related? what period of time the productivity is being talked about?

What factors were responsible for the productivity differentials between the two countries by industries?”:

What factors were responsible for the productivity differentials between the two countries by industries?” With this sort of formulation, the various terms involved such as ‘labor productivity’, ‘productivity differentials’, etc. must be explained clearly. The researcher must also see that the necessary data are available. In case the data for one or more industries selected are not available for the concerning time-period, then they said industry or industries will have to be substituted by other industry or industries. The suitability of the time-period must also be examined. Thus, all relevant factors must be considered by a researcher before finally defining a research problem.

CONCLUSION:

CONCLUSION We may conclude by saying that the task of defining a research problem, very often, follows a Sequential pattern—the problem is stated in a general way, the ambiguities are resolved, thinking and rethinking process results in a more specific formulation of the problem so that it may be a realistic one.

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