This stage will:
- Explain how to develop your research question
- Provide an overview of different types of research questions
- Help you decide if your research question is suitable
The objective of social research should be to discover something new about the social world. To achieve this you need a research question and you need to develop one (or a set of questions) which is researchable, in practice.
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- How Do I Develop a Research Question?
- When Will I Know What My Research Question Is?
- How Do I Know if My Research Question Is Suitable?
- Types of Research Questions: Why? When? Who? How? Where?
- What Do You Want Your Research to Tell You About the World?
- What Kinds of Change Can My Research Identify?
- How Can My Research Explore and Explain?
- How Can My Research Evaluate?
- Checklist: What Makes a Researchable Question?
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