Selecting a Research Approach
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Everybody who carries out research encounters problems during the process, and will be no exception. It is best to tackle problems as they arise and not wait until near the completion of the research, when we might get into a panic. Problems can usually be divided into two main groups: academic difficulties and personal issues. Reread your aim and research questions so you can focus on the essential rather than on the marginal issues. Although, the chapter examines multiple databases, we might still find at the end of preparing your dissertation that other researchers have carried out the same or very similar research within the same timeframe. We always advise students to draw and redraw flow charts, which will help to organize the research. Major calamities such as serious illness or tragic occurrences such as death and divorce in the family and other sad events sometimes happen in research student's lives.