Presentation on theme: "Copyright, 1995-2002 1 Invitation to Research THE RESEARCH PRODUCT Roger Clarke, Xamax Consultancy, Canberra Visiting Professor, CSIS, Uni of Hong Kong."— Presentation transcript:
Copyright, 1995-2002 1 Invitation to Research THE RESEARCH PRODUCT Roger Clarke, Xamax Consultancy, Canberra Visiting Professor, CSIS, Uni of Hong Kong Visiting Fellow, Australian National University http://www.anu.edu.au/people/Roger.Clarke/......Res /80-Product.ppt ebs, 16-20 January 2003
Copyright, 1995-2002 2 Agenda Guidelines for Proposals Guidelines for Dissertations Examples of Dissertations Conference Papers and Journal Articles
Copyright, 1995-2002 3 The Proposal – Structure Title Page Introduction Literature Research Annotated Bibliography Literature Review The Research Question(s) The Research Method Anticipated Outcomes Their Significance Project Plan Reference List Bibliography
Copyright, 1995-2002 4 The Concept Dissertation An original, rigorous work of research Carried out by the candidate with substantial independence Developing from a base of knowledge in the research domain Applying appropriate techniques in an appropriate manner Advancing knowledge in the domain Presented in a logical fashion
Copyright, 1995-2002 5 Some Key Criteria Originality The research has not been previously conducted, or at least not in the same way Independence Conceived, performed and reported primarily by the candidate Rigour Strict accuracy and scrupulous honesty, distinguishing among facts and suppositions
Copyright, 1995-2002 6 The Dissertation – Structure Title Page Declaration Beginning Middle End Reference List
Copyright, 1995-2002 7 The Dissertation – Formal Requirements Title Page Declaration Format and Style Numbering Citation Style Bibliographic Style
Copyright, 1995-2002 8 The Conventional (Idealised?) Scientific Research Product ?
Copyright, 1995-2002 9 A Default Dissertation Structure 1.Introduction (Background, Research Question) 2.The Theory of X 3.Inferences from the Theory 4.The Research Design 5.The Research Conduct and Results 6.Implications for Theory, Research, and Practice
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