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Research Aim

 

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Recognise, research aims to confirm the extent of an initially stated hypothesis

 

 

Introduction

Here, a study aim will be presented that needs to be reconsidered, regularly throughout the academic year.

 

 

Findings

Various opinions can be presented by the term hypothesis. When writing the various stages of a research project, the term hypothesis is used to represent different stages.

 

  • A hypothesis is an idea or explanation that has not yet been proved to be true or correct.

 

  • A hypothesis is an educated guess about how things work.

 

  • Then when a hypothesis has been constructed, it must be tested.

 

  • When a  hypothesis has been tested it allows the writer to make a prediction.

 

  • Assist readers and make a hypothesis easy to measure.

 

  • This prediction can then be studied, both quantitatively and qualitatively.

 

  • Each time an empirical study is made, a hypothesis is developed from the knowledge the Study presents. For instance, all crows are black. During empirical research, repeat such an experiment several times, to be able to show there is a continuation of this hypothesis. That all crows that have been sighted are black. Continuing research ensures the hypothesis’s reliability. Presenting a hypothesis for each Study confirms the result is not an accident. 

 

  • When summarising, list relevant point that have been brought up in the findings. Answer the extent the original hypothesis has changed, from when it was first drawn up from historical research at the beginning of the findings, to the comparison shown by the hypothesis that were drawn up from a comparison of each empirical study. In other words, each time an experiment has been made, answer how much this experiment has changes from the original hypothesis

 

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