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Before you start:

OKnow your topic


OKnow your audience
OKnow your goals
OKnow your limits

Organize your ideas:


OIdentify the key ideas
ODo not go into many details
OUse a top-down approach
OStructure your talk

ACTUAL PRESENTATION

RESEARCH TITLE
O A good title should be short but

indicative of research participants,


culture, location and major
variables that will be investigated.
O Be brief and avoid wasting words.

INTRODUCTION
O State

a brief background what is the


research all about.
O Discuss the two (2) cultures being studied.
O Provide convincing justification about the
similarities, differences and comparability
of the cultures.
O State the main focus of the study.
O Reason for choosing the topic.

PROBLEM
STATEMENT
O Provide clearly the problem to be

investigated.
O Be specific.
O Must include the relationship of the
two (2) comparable cultures.
O Should be empirically testable.
O Must not advance value judgment.

OBJECTIVE
O Must be fit into the problem

statement.
O Establish the problem that leads to
the study.
O Specific and achievable.

STUDY FRAMEWORK
O Serves as a basis for conducting

research.
O Theory to be used must hold or
support the two (2) comparable
cultures.
O The theory explains why the
problem under study exist.

RESEARCH METHODS
I.

Research Design:
- Qualitative Research
- Quantitative Research

II. Research Method:

- Survey, Experiment & Content analysis


for
Quantitative Research
- Case study, Ethnography,
Phenomenology, Historical study &
Grounded theory.

RESEARCH METHODS
III. Purpose of the Study:

- Descriptive, Explanatory, Correlational


& Exploratory Research
IV. Methods of Data Collection:

-Survey, Focus Group Discussion, Indepth


interview, Observation,
Participation observation & Mixed
methods.

RESEARCH METHODS
V. Methods of Sampling:

-Probability Sampling
- Non-Probability Sampling
VI. Units of Analysis:

- Individuals, Groups, Organization,


Social
Artifact

RESEARCH METHODS
VII. Time Dimension:

- Cross-sectional study
- Longitudinal study
VIII.Research Instrument:

- Interview guide, Observation guide,


Records abstraction guide, Journals & Diaries
for
Qualitative Research
- Questionnaire for Quantitative Research

RESULTS &
DISCUSSION
O Present the result of the study depends on

the kind of research:


For Quantitative Research- information
and data can be systematically present in a
form of tables, charts or graphs. Must include
the quantities and comparisons of data.
For Qualitative Research- includes brief
descriptions, explanations or direct quotations.
Often presented in essay-like prose or even
lists.

CONCLUSION
O State the last word on the issue raised in

the study.
O Leave a lasting impression.
O Will conclude the answer to the problem
statement.
O Summarizing thoughts and conveying the
larger implications of the study.
O Introduce possible new or expanded ways
of thinking about the research problem.

RECOMMENDATION
O Discuss the benefits of the study to the

culture or organization being studied


O Provide corrective steps post finding that
are derived.
O Establish clear range of recommendation
line where recommendation could be
clearly provided.
O Recommendation for further research.