What is research?

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● Overview
● What is research?
● What research isn’t
● What is a research question?
● Narrowing your focus
● What – why – how
● The ‘why’ of your research
● The ‘how’ of your research
● Where next?
● Expert support: Library and LET

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https://www.uea.ac.uk/documents/6207125/6995063/developing_your_research_question.pptx

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developing your research question emma coonan information skills librarian e.coonan@uea.ac.uk december ۳ ۲ ۱۴ ۱ overview what is research what is a research question narrowing your focus what – why – how december ۳ ۲ ۱۴ ۲ this class aims to give you a conceptual framework and some tools for approaching your dissertation or thesis. will be asking you to try on some possible research questions without any commitment to purchase what is research it’s a hard thing to define – i haven’t managed to find very many good working definitions so have a go december ۳ ۲ ۱۴ ۳ what is research gathering information to answer a question that solves a problem booth colomb williams the craft of research p.۱ it’s partly about conducting a systematic exploration of a well defined area of the knowledge structure. but it’s also about a particular approach or mindset – often called an inquiring mind. december ۳ ۲ ۱۴ ۴ what is research original image john white ۲ ۱ subsequent unauthorised amendment in ۴chan reproduced under fair dealing for educational purposes basically this means being politely incredulous about everything the articles you read the research data you collect even your own approach and beliefs how far might they be biased . it’s not so much about being distrustful or suspicious as about asking critical but constructive questions to test validity. these are questions like is that really the case is it always the case might things look different in another context you might also find yourself asking more specific versions of these questions such as are the claims being made by this author in the conclusion really warranted borne out by the research s he has done december ۳ ۲ ۱۴ ۵ mapping new territory instead of following a path research feels like … this means you get to define your own area – which part of the field you’re going to look at in depth the extent to which you’re going to explore it and what you’re not going to look at. december ۳ ۲ ۱۴ ۶ mapping new territory instead of following a path putting another brick in a wall research feels like … your research doesn’t have to be the final answer to a question it’s one step forward in the bigger project of advancing knowledge. even a phd is a snapshot of the state of the field at the time you did the research – it doesn’t close down the debate. december ۳ ۲ ۱۴ ۷ mapping new territory instead of following a path putting another brick in a wall having a conversation or dinner party research feels like … research feels like quite an isolated pursuit but actually it’s a dialogue imagine that you enter a parlor. you come late. when you arrive others have long preceded you and they are engaged in a heated discussion …. you listen for a while until you decide that you have caught the tenor of the argument then you put in your oar. someone answers you answer him … the hour grows late you must depart. and you do depart with the discussion still vigorously in progress. kenneth burke philosophy of literary form this relates particularly to your literature review. you decide whom you want invite ‘to the table’ to take part in the conversation about your topic and you as the host guide the conversation letting others ‘speak’ but not letting them stray off topic. december ۳ ۲ ۱۴ ۸ mapping new territory instead of following a path putting another brick in a wall having a conversation or dinner party coaxing an octopus into a glass research feels like … and the process of doing research which is a form of knowledge creation has also been compared to trying to squeeze a large unhappy live octopus into a very small glass. now let’s for a minute at what research isn’t … december ۳ ۲ ۱۴ ۹ what research isn’t miller dejoy ۲ ۱ ‘assessing collaboration’ this guy is the opposite of the ‘dinner party’ metaphor – it’s just all about him the value of scholarship lies in the individual’s informed ability to interpret compare synthesise – your unique viewpoint – but it’s not just about your opinion or take on the subject it’s about your ideas and vision in dialogue with what’s gone before with the research context. research doesn’t take place in a vacuum. it’s a continual back and forth interaction between your research question and the research context. the context your research field informs and enriches your work helps you situate it and ensure it’s relevant in return your work enriches and contributes to the advancement of your field. so it is about your perspective – but it’s about your perspective in dialogue with the context your brick in the wall alongside all the other bricks that make up the research field. december ۳ ۲ ۱۴ ۱ it’s the movement back and forth between information and what you think of that information … that will involve you in the process of knowledge making rather than simple information retrieval and reporting. bruce ballenger the curious researcher p.۱۲۶ december ۳ ۲ ۱۴ ۱۱ what is a research question again this is quite a hard thing to define december ۳ ۲ ۱۴ ۱۲ what is a research question … a clear focused complex and arguable question or statement around which you center your research. george mason university writing centre http writingcenter.gmu.edu p ۳ ۷ clear and focused your question should make it easy for the reader to work out what it’s about – especially which specific application or population or historical period you’re going to be looking at these are parameters or ways of narrowing down your topic to a manageable size . complex and arguable your question is not a yes no right wrong sort of question it’s open more of an exploration of your topic. you’re going to be looking at a range of argument and evidence around your …

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