Advantages of opting for a dissertation peer review

When you submit your dissertation to a review committee, there is always a fear of getting rejected or hearing comments that might shatter your confidence. If your dissertation gets rejected, you might also lose out on precious time of your … Continued

The real difference between editing and Proof reading

Although the terms are used interchangeably by many; editing and proof reading are two different tasks which require full concentration and requires focusing on different aspects of writing. Editing requires concentrating on content, structure, style, citations. Proof reading may be … Continued

Percentages- usage for data presentation

Percentages are a good mode for data presentation as they help in simplifying numbers, as it reduces them from 0 to 100 ranges. Through the use of percentage, data is reduced in a uniform way form with base equal to … Continued

Measurement of concept

The building block of theory representing the points around which business research is conducted is called as concepts. If a concept is to be used in quantitative research, it needs to be measured with which they can take independent and … Continued

Developing a research plan

The research plan helps the researcher in organising his ideas making it possible for him to look for flaws and discrepancies. The research objective is to be stated clearly and precisely: üThe problem identification should be done explicitly to have … Continued

Giving the right citations

One of the most important things that a student should remember when he is working on a dissertation is that it is vital for him to provide the right citations. In case he has borrowed material from somewhere else and … Continued

Longitudinal research and the case study

Research through case study has been frequently including a longitudinal element. The researcher is seen as a participant of the particular organisation for months or years. As an alternate the researcher may conduct interviews with people over a long period. … Continued

Progressive focussing down for research questions:

Research is often started with a general research area or objective which should be narrowed down so as to develop a tighter focus from which unified research questions could be developed. The following restrictions regarding research questions should be kept … Continued

Following the supervisor

Research questions are important because: Helps in search for literature Guides decisions regarding selection of research design Assists in what kind of data to be collected and the respective source Helps in analysis of data How data is to be … Continued