Different Type of Research

What is research?

Research is the systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new conclusions.

Research comprises creative work undertaken on a systematic basis in order to increase the stock of knowledge, including knowledge of humans, culture and society, and the use of this stock of knowledge to devise new applications.

What are the different types of a research? Differentiate.

Applied research – is a methodology used to solve a specific, practical problem of an individual or group. The study and research are used in business, medicine, and education in order to find solutions that may cure diseases, solve scientific problems or develop a technology.

Problem oriented research – The design of specific programs to promote problem oriented research is an issue of current interest within the context of public policies for science and technology. Problem-solving may include mathematical or systematic operations and can be a gauge of an individual’s critical thinking skills.

Quantitative research – Quantitative methods emphasize objective measurements and the statistical, mathematical, or numerical analysis of data collected through polls, questionnaires, and surveys, or by manipulating pre-existing statistical data using computational techniques.

Basic research – Basic research is systematic study directed toward greater knowledge or understanding of the fundamental aspects of phenomena and of observable facts without specific applications towards processes or products in mind.

Qualitative research – It is used to gain an understanding of underlying reasons, opinions, and motivations. It provides insights into the problem or helps to develop ideas or hypotheses for potential quantitative research.

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Why is There History

Based on my opinion, history is created to record the significant event occurs in the past and learn from it.

An example of that is on Science and Research – history of an individual thing help Scientists gather relevant information in comparing changes between past and present. It also provides them an idea to help predict what would be in the future. An example of this is whether changes.

Without any history recorded, we even not know what happened in the past, what culture we have and how our Ancestor survives. The thing we know is word-of-mouth from our elders which prone to errors and hard to believe since we didn’t see what happened in the past.



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Differentiate Reflective Impulsive Learner and explain How Trainers Accommodate Them

Impulsive and Reflective Learners

Impulsive learners are more highly represented among students with LD than among average students.

Their style is characterized by under focused attention, distractibility, and premature decision making.

They are restless, can’t concentrate for long, forge ahead before understanding directions, and have social difficulties because they don’t stop to consider the consequences of their actions.

Overly reflective learners, at the other end of the continuum, are overfocused, delay decision making for what seems like forever, concentrate so long on bits of information that they miss the main point. Reflective children prefer to analyze fine details, which takes time. In contrast, impulsive children prefer to focus on the overall picture, which takes less time.

They claimed that reflective children are superior to impulsive children only when analyzing details. On items requiring more global analysis, such as recognizing outlines and themes, impulsive children are equal if not superior, to reflective children-and faster.

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Differentiate the Environmental Scientist and Environmentalist

Can an environmentalist be an environmental scientist too? Answer: An environmental scientist is someone trained in the technical, scientific analysis of the environment, biodiversity, climate. An environmentalist could be anyone with a passion for protecting the environment — from the advocates at groups like Greenpeace through to ardent recyclers at home. Collectively, environmentalists are going to be more passionate about the trends, policies, threats and impacts related to changes in the environmental — probably as measured by the scientists above. As one example , an environmentalist would work to reduce his or her generation of greenhouse gases because of their negative effects on climate.

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What is the Objective of Environmentalism?

What is the objective of environmentalism? Describe some specific situation in your school or community to each show environmentalism.

Answer: Environmentalism is the conservation of environment by considering the ecology, where all organism live together. It is the improvement of our environment and try to limit the damages on environment due to human activities.

Students volunteer to work on projects in their communities. Examples of service learning projects include: volunteering to assist in a hospital, kindergarten or other community centre; working in a youth conservation project; and developing a community education and information campaign around a topical issue.

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Isang pambansang institusyon sa pangangasiwa at pagsisinop ng mga talâ na taos na magtataguyod ng tuwid na pamamahala at maningning na mga kultura para sa isang mayabong, maalam, maunlad at bukas na lipunang Filipino.

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What are the Risks of Drinking Alcohol?

Risks of drinking alcohol

1. Heavy drinkers face higher risk of mouth, throat and oesophagus cancers. Moderate drinking in the presence of tobacco use can raise the risk of these upper-gastrointestinal cancers. Colon cancer is also a risk. Symptoms of alcohol withdrawal may include nausea and vomiting.

2. Alcoholic drinks can affect your body including:
· Brain
· Heart
· Liver
· Pancreas
· Immune system

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What is Basic research in Psychology?

Basic research is used to explore the fundamental bases of behavior, without regard to how those bases are manifested in the real world. Basic research aims to explain, predict, and describe fundamental bases of behavior.

For example, a popular memory procedure is to have people respond to words on a computer screen as fast as possible (e.g., saying the word, pressing a key).

This can tell researchers about how information in your memory is linked to other information. Does this ever happen in real life? Outside of a really weird video game, probably not.

Is it important? Yes, it can tell us a great deal about the processes of memory. This procedure is just one example but in fact, much of psychological research is basic research.

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1. Magnitude and Intensity measure different characteristics of earthquakes. Magnitude measures the energy released at the source of the earthquake. Magnitude is determined from measurements on seismographs. Intensity measures the strength of shaking produced by the earthquake at a certain location. Intensity is determined from effects on people, human structures, and the natural environment.

2. Magnitude is a measure of earthquake size and remains unchanged with distance from the earthquake. Intensity, however, describes the degree of shaking caused by an earthquake at a given place and decreases with distance from the earthquake epicentre. We can, therefore talk about a magnitude 5.4 ML event with intensity of 6 EMS in the epicentral area, on the Lleyn Peninsula, but intensity 3 EMS at Carlisle. Magnitude measurement requires instrumental monitoring for its calculation, however, assigning an intensity requires a sample of the felt responses of the population. This is then graded according to the EMS intensity scale. For example, Intensity 1, Not felt, 2, Scarcely perceptible, 3, weak, felt by a few, up to 12 assigned for total devastation. Study of intensity and the production of isoseismal maps, contouring areas of equal intensity, is particularly important for the study of earthquakes which occurred prior to instrumental monitoring.

3. When an earthquake occurs, its magnitude can be given a single numerical value on the Richter Magnitude Scale. However the intensity is variable over the area affected by the earthquake, with high intensities near the epicentre and lower values further away.

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