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Title      : A Textbook on Research Methodology
Subject      : Mathematics
copyright © 2019   : Scitech Publications (India) Pvt Ltd
Author      : Arun Murthy T.V.S
Publisher      : Scitech Publications (India) Pvt Ltd
Chapters/Pages      : 15/269
Total Price      : Rs.      : 110
 
 
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Chapter 1 * Research and Research Methodology Total views (1)  
Curiosity is a characteristic feature of human beings. Everyone has curious nature to know about the unknowns of the surrounding that we live in. Whenever a question arises, we seek answers to them in terms of a solution. Research is a systematic search for an answer to a question. The world is full of uncertainties and anything operating in these spheres needs the support of research by which ......
Pages: 11
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Chapter 2 * Research Design Process Total views (1)  
Research design process consists of steps of action to carry out which are closely related. In the words of Albert Einstein, “formulation of a problem is far more essential than its solution, which may be merely a matter of mathematical or experimental skills. To raise new questions, new possibilities, to regard old problems from a new angle require creative imagination and marks real adv ......
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Chapter 3 * Scientific Method and Hypothesis Testing Total views (0)  
As discussed in the section 1.1 the world is full of uncertainties. This century of globalization has witnessed a rapid growth in the size and complexity of human organizations. Taking into account the size of modern business, uncontrolled conditions of working, individuals, behaviour or any single wrong decision can be very costly and have spill over influences. There are several methods for ......
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Chapter 4 * Experimental Designs Total views (0)  
In experimental research, the researcher manipulates one or more variables in such a way that, their effect on other variables can be measured. A variable is any condition, situation, object, event or characteristic that may change in quantity and/or quality. In scientific experimental settings, researchers often manipulate a variable to know its effect on second variable. Independent and depe ......
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Chapter 5 * Basics of Data Total views (0)  
Data is the facts and information systematically collected and formally presented for the purpose of drawing inferences. Whether statistically processed or not, data plays a vital role in the research and analysis of the managerial problems under study. Data forms the basis for testing the hypothesis formulated in the study. This first chapter, Basics of data, of the module two contains three ......
Pages: 39
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Chapter 6 * Sampling and Sampling Design Total views (0)  
Sampling is choosing of a part of a group to obtain the information about the whole. Sampling allows one to concentrate attention upon a relatively smaller number of people or items. The total of all members is called as population and a selected part, which is used to get the characteristics of the population is called the sample. The total number of members of the population is called as pop ......
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Chapter 7 * Attitude Measurement and Scaling Techniques Total views (0)  
There are a number of managerial decisions that take place in an organization such as disposal and acquisitions of materials, hiring of employees, marketing of products and amount of over time etc. Managerial choices depend on units of measurement. Explicitly, units of measurement are quantifiable parameters. Some of the decisions may rely primarily on behavioral data especially in marketing. ......
Pages: 16
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Chapter 9 * Statistical Analysis of Data Total views (0)  
Experimental methods are best known scientific methods and are investigated within a controlled set-up in a laboratory. Experimental methods are adopted in physical and natural sciences. In social sciences, it is difficult to follow the experimental methods as it is not easy to isolate various forces affecting a phenomenon. So, we have to resort to statistical methods in social and management scie ......
Pages: 42
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Chapter 10 * Error Analysis Total views (0)  
Doing experiments and making measurements give the comprehension of the physical world. An experiment is essentially an organized set of observations of a device or phenomenon. The observations may be qualitative or quantitative. Quantitative observations require the use of some kind of measurement system. Such systems vary from the very simple to the very complex. Instrumentation is an expertis ......
Pages: 20
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Chapter 11 * Interpretation and Report Writing Total views (0)  
Previous modules dealt with the formation and testing of hypothesis, methods of data collection and processing along with statistical methods elaborately. The next logical step to follow is the task of drawing inferences and presenting them in the form of a report. Interpretation means making inferences from the collected facts after the analysis. The report becomes the basis for further refer ......
Pages: 22
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Chapter 12 * Results Presentation Techniques Total views (0)  
Presentation is a very powerful communication tool. The written and oral presentations are two different aspects of any research presentation. A researcher needs equal expertise in report writing and presentation. A researcher must provide all the details of decision-making objects in a written report. However, in oral presentation, one has to present his point, in a limited time say 20 to 25 ......
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Appendix A * Additional Questions Total views (0)  

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Appendix B * Case Studies Total views (0)  

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Appendix C * Key Words Total views (0)  

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