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Title      : METHODS OF RESEARCH FIRST YEAR (M.ED. C-3 B-6)
Subject      : M.Ed
copyright © 2019   : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 6/127
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HISTORICAL RESEARCH Total views (11)  
The purpose of historical research is to reach insights or conclusions about past persons or occurrences. Historical research entails more than simply compiling and presenting factual information; it also requires interpretation of the information.
Pages: 21
Price: Rs 0   
 
PHILOSOPHICAL RESEARCH Total views (2)  
Reflect on education practices, counseling practices, recreation, and exercise and uses such things as ideas and ideals, meanings, lived experience, values, logical relationships, and reasons in attempting to shed some light on it.
Pages: 20
Price: Rs 10   
 
SURVEY Total views (1)  
A Survey is defined as a research method used for collecting data from a pre-defined group of respondents to gain information and insights on various topics of interest. Surveys have a variety of purposes and can be carried out in many ways depending on the methodology chosen and the objectives to be achieved.
Pages: 16
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CORRELATION AND CASUAL COMPARATIVE ,STUDIES Total views (0)  
"An important difference between causal-comparative and correlational research is that causal-comparative studies involve two or more groups and one independent variable, while correlational studies involve two or more variables and one group.
Pages: 16
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EXPERIMENTAL AND QUASI-EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH Total views (1)  
Quasi-experimental research shares similarities with the traditional experimental design or randomized controlled trial, but it specifically lacks the element of random assignment to treatment or control. In some cases, the researcher may have control over assignment to treatment.
Pages: 30
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NATURALISTIC ENQUIRY-CASE STUDIES AND ETHNOGRAPHIC Total views (1)  
Naturalistic inquiry is an approach to understanding the social world in which the researcher observes, describes, and interprets the experiences and actions of specific people and groups in societal and cultural context.
Pages: 24
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