Evaluating Pursuit Process
Sunday, August 20, 2013
Evaluating Your Research Process
The first method in the exploration that I undertook for this training course was to choose my matter. I had a pre-determined set of subjects through which to choose from, and I chose the matter that I felt most connected to, which was the First Variation. I had to determine, at that point, what angle on this topic I desired to follow. I wanted the angle to be something that was obviously a current " hot topic” of chat and issue. I also spent a large amount of time highlighting on what bias I might have with this particular subject matter, and purposefully wrote straight down what preconceptions that I might have so that I possibly could reflect through the process in whether or not I was letting my very own beliefs affect the story I wanted to tell. From this point, I conducted initial analysis into the stipulations and awareness to the meaning of the Initially Amendment as it was written. I then looked for other content on this subject to gain knowledge of what has become written with this topic, what studies were done (if any), and what other researchers had concluded in their findings. I then considered my market. Who will end up being my potential audience? What might they be interested to hear about my own topic? What don't they know? I actually formulated what I perceived to get meaningful concerns. From there, We set out to improve my selected angle for this topic to qualify that the was the way that I wanted the " story” to go and that it might be appropriate for my personal audience. My spouse and i wrote a thesis declaration that I sensed was strong and attention grabbing. I then made an outline. An outline has often helped me to arrange my thoughts, guide my own direction and maintain me on track. I then began seeking out reliable sources. I wanted to be certain which the sources I used had been reputable and that the data I used to be collecting was accurate. My spouse and i verified the sources/publications were reputable and...