The nature of research begins with a statement or perhaps something you want to test or look into further. Throughout this exploration you would use
different types of research such as qualitative and quantitative types. You would then analyse these to provide a result to your original statement or
topic area which you would address and then provide ideas for taking it further, pointing out any interesting results you found. It is very common what you originally
set out to look into takes you off down the rabbit hole and leads you to other amazing places and that is the wonderful thing about research. This must be embraced to produce good research!
Research allows you to push the boundaries of what we currently know by questioning exactly that - what we currently assume to know or using that to move into completely new areas. You can work on your own or with other people to submit articles.
If your new to research, then take a look around the internet and do some reading up on different approaches. A good site is here
which covers very well how to make your project interesting on paper and what you should really
be including as part of your submission to the journal. It doesn't need to be exactly like this, or include every single heading, if its not appropriate, don't include it.
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