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  1. 3/26/2023 1 How to Publish a Research Paper
  2. A research paper is a written document that presents the results of original research or analysis on a specific topic. 3/26/2023 2 What is the Research Paper? • It is a formal piece of academic writing that typically includes: The purpose of a research paper is to communicate new knowledge and understanding to the academic community and to advance the field of study in which it is written. 1. an introduction, 2. literature review 3. methodology 4. results 5. discussion 6. conclusion
  3. 3/26/2023 3 Types of Research Papers (1) Research Paper Analytical research papers Review papers Argumentative research papers Experimental research papers Case study research papers Survey research papers Descriptive research papers
  4. Some of the most common types of research papers include: 1. Analytical research papers: These papers analyze and interpret primary and/or secondary sources to provide a new understanding of a topic. 2. Argumentative research papers: These papers present a specific argument or thesis and use evidence to support it. 3. Experimental research papers: These papers report on original research that involves the manipulation of variables to test a hypothesis. 4. Survey research papers: These papers present the results of surveys or questionnaires that were conducted to gather data on a specific topic. 3/26/2023 4 Types of Research Papers (2)
  5. Continue: • Review papers: These papers provide a comprehensive analysis of existing research on a particular topic, often identifying gaps in the literature and suggesting areas for future research. • Case study research papers: These papers report on a specific case or cases, often in- depth, to provide insight into a particular phenomenon or issue. • Descriptive research papers: These papers describe a particular phenomenon or issue, often through observation or interviews, and may provide recommendations for future action. 3/26/2023 5 Types of Research Papers (3)
  6. A well-defined problem will guide the researcher through all stages of the research process, from setting objectives to choosing a technique. A thorough examination of the relevant studies is essential to the research process. It enables the researcher to identify the precise aspects of the problem. Once a problem has been found, the investigator or researcher needs to find out more about it. This stage gives problem-zone background. It teaches the investigator about previous research, how they were conducted, and its conclusions. The researcher can build consistency between his work and others through a literature review. Such a review exposes the researcher to a more significant body of knowledge and helps him follow the research process efficiently. Identify the Research Problem Evaluate the Literature Review 3/26/2023 6 Review the Steps of Research Process
  7. While reading, we consume content from the available body of knowledge. To keep the body of knowledge current, some contributions need to be continuously made. Publication is a way to contribute to the existing body of knowledge and that is why publishing is important. 3/26/2023 7 Review the Steps of Research Process