Dissertation Made Easy –16– Narrowing Down to The research Question

Most people start off with a general idea of what they want to study but nothing concrete. Wanting to do some big save the world project that encompasses everything under and above the sun the ideas seem to get broader instead of narrower. There is one very easy starting step to coming to your research question- What do you want to know. It’s great if you have a theory that you want to prove, but that can get fuzzy as passion clouds objectivity and next thing you know you are looking at a 10 year study. If you can figure out what you most want to know about your topic you are off to a great start. Take the time to ask yourself some questions and the answers you need for your proposal will be in there. Ask the questions and listen to the responses.

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