Research Thesis can be divided into Five Parts
- Literature Review
- Conclusions / Recommendations
Area of Interest is the Key to select any Topic for Research purpose. By Reviewing Past Literatures, you can identify the Gap and this Gap leads towards Objectives, Goals, and Solutions which add-on your contribution.
A good Introduction should cover below-mentioned headings in a proper sequence:
ü Background Research (What is happening)
ü Problem Statement (Gap)
ü Research Objectives
ü Establish & Justify Arguments
ü Limitations (Constraints)
ü Scope (Boundaries)
2. LITERATURE REVIEW
ü Reviewing Others’ Published Articles
ü Maintaining Theoretical Background related to Particular Factors
ü Findings of Others
ü Analyzing (Criticizing) Others’ Findings to Justify Your Problem Statement
Research Methods are used to achieve Objectives.
ü Data Collection Methods / Procedures
ü Target Audience
ü Extracting Data
ü Own Findings
5. CONCLUSION / RECOMMENDATIONS
ü What ought to be?
ü Recommendations or Future Recommendations
HOW TO SEARCH PAST ARTICLES??
Normally, it is somehow difficult to download a free copy of Past Literatures from the authentic source. However, here are some links where you can download Past Literatures free of cost:
This is advisable to go for Recent Years Research Papers or Articles which should be within the Last Five Years. Research Paper is a Brief Version of Research Thesis.
SOURCES OF PROBLEM STATEMENT
There are Two Sources by which you can easily find Problem Statement.
I. Daily Life: This comes by Observation either through Personal Experience or Professional Experience.
II. Past Literature: Highly Recommended for Academic Thesis Research. Review Past Articles / Scholarly Arena.
HOW TO WRITE PROBLEM STATEMENT?
Problem Statement is the Hardest Part of Academic Research. 5Ws should be included for a perfectly organized Problem Statement.
WHAT is the Problem? Definition
WHEN is this Problem Occurring? Since
WHERE is the Problem Occurring? Specifically
WHO is Effecting by this Problem? Affected
WHY is this Important to Fix this Problem? Justification
APPROPRIATION OF PROBLEM STATEMENT
ü It should be Backed by Literature
ü It should be Timely
ü It should be Novel (Contribution)
ü It should be Significant (Impact)
ü It should be Specific and Clear
ü It should be Researchable