Steps for Editing Process of your Manuscript

Manuscript reflects knowledge and ability of a scholar to gather the relevant sources. Before submitting your manuscript to a high impact journal, you should take a look at it thoroughly. Look out for text improvement, a list of references, keywords, citations, and the layout. Some common reasons resulting in manuscript rejection by journals are grammatical errors, improper sentence structure formation, lack of logical flow, plagiarism, etc. Try to improve those areas where you find flaws, or where you think that your paper needs slight improvement. As you improve your manuscript, you will be satisfied with it. read...

Best Practices For Your Doctoral Committee Meeting for PhD Thesis

Scheduling a proposal meeting involves (1) Finding a date and time acceptable to all committee members, (2) Selecting an appropriate and convenient location for the meeting , and (3) reserving the meeting room. To ensure that committee members have adequate time to review your proposal before the meeting, it is preferable that they receive a final draft at least two weeks prior to the meeting. This draft should incorporate all of their ideas and recommendations for change. It should also be a high quality document-clean, accurate and complete. read...

Difference between Literature Review and Systematic Literature Review

A literature review, means  reviewing  the existing research work  and information available on a selected study area. For example suppose  research area is effectives of ambush marketing so reviewing the existing work already published on this topic is literature review . A systematic review can be defined as that systematic review that  focused on a specific research question .  For example – Research question is how satisfied the consumers are with amazon delivery service so here my focus is on a specific research question so to review the available research work or information to collect  for this particular research question is systematic  literature review. read...

Measuring relationship strength in meta analysis

The primary function of the procedures described so far is to help meta-analysis accept or reject the null hypothesis .Until recently,most researchers interested in social theory and the impact of social interventions have been content to simply identify relations that have some explanatory value.The prevalence of this “yes or no” question was partly due to the relativity recent development of the social sciences. Social hypothesis were crudely stated first approximation to the truth .Social researchers rarely asked how potent theories or interventions were for explaining human behaviour or how competing explanations compare with regard to their relative explanatory value .Today, as their theories and interventions are becoming more sophisticated ,social scientists are more often making enquiries about the size of relationship. read...

Some studies are painstakingly planned in advance; others are tailored as enquiry processes.

In presipified study questions of interest arguments supporting the inquiry,the specific procedures of the inquiry are worked out at the beginning of the investigation .Once the design is established ,the researcher implements the study,adhering to original plan as closely as possible. Much of the traditional empirical research in the social sciences is of this kind. Emergent studies have a long tradition in the humanities and in some branches of social sciences.In emergent studies ,the questions of interest ,supporting arguments ,and procedural details are worked out as the study proceeds .Such studies are most frequently employed to investigate natural variation ,to study phenomena afresh/or in all their normal complexity,or to explore the phenomena to see what can be learned.Emergent designs may also be used because researchers lack prior knowledge of phenomenon ,methodological tools are inappropriate or lacking,or situational control in inadequate to conduct a presipified study. read...

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