Posted on 17th Apr 2017 16:20:00 in Proofreading

scientific research

(Post was wriitten and proofread by International Student "Muraiev Drob" and posted as it is)

 The entire course of scientific research can be presented in the form of the following logical scheme:

  • Justification of the relevance of the selected topic.
  • Setting goals and specific research tasks.
  • Definition of the object and subject of research.
  • Choice of methods (methodology) of the research.
  • Proofreading of your scientific research work.
  • Description of the research process.
  • Discussion of the research results.
  • Formulation of conclusions and evaluation of the results.

Justification of the relevance of the chosen topic is the initial stage of any research. In the application to the thesis the concept of "relevance" has one feature. The thesis, as already mentioned, is a qualifying work, and the way its author knows how to choose a topic and how correctly he is on this topic
 It's enough to show the main thing - within the limits of one typewritten page - the essence of the problem situation, from which the topicality of the topic will be seen. Thus, the wording of the problem situation is a very important part of the introduction. Therefore, it makes sense to do well on the concept of "problem" in more detail on proofreading of your thesis or essay.
Any scientific research is carried out in order to overcome certain difficulties in the process of cognition of new phenomena, to explain previously unknown facts or to reveal the incompleteness of the old ways of explaining known facts. These difficulties manifest themselves in the most distinct form in so-called problem situations, when existing scientific knowledge is insufficient to solve new problems of cognition.

The problem always arises when old knowledge has already revealed its inconsistency, and the new knowledge has not yet taken a developed form. Thus, the problem in science is a controversial situation, requiring its solution. Such a situation most often arises as a result of the discovery of new facts that clearly do not fit into the framework of the previous theoretical concepts, i.e. When none of the theories can explain the newly discovered facts.
The correct formulation and clear formulation of new problems is often of no less importance than the solution of their own. Essentially, it is the choice of problems, if not the whole, then to a very large extent determines the strategy of research in general and the direction of scientific search in particular. It is not by chance that it is considered that to formulate a scientific problem means to show the ability to separate the main from the secondary, to find out what is already known and what is not yet known to the science of the subject of research.

Thus, if the applicant is able to show where the boundary between knowledge and ignorance lies and and an exacting command of grammar. On the subject of research, it is easy for him to clearly and unambiguously define the scientific problem, and therefore, to formulate its essence. Separate dissertation research aims to develop the provisions put forward by a particular scientific school. Themes of such dissertations can be very narrow, which does not detract from their relevance and should be grammatically correct document. The purpose of such works is to solve particular problems within the framework of a sufficiently proven concept. Thus, the relevance of such scientific works in general should be evaluated in terms of the conceptual orientation that the dissertator adheres to, or the scientific contribution that he makes to the development of a general concept.
* Meanwhile, applicants often avoid taking narrow topics. It is not right. The fact is that the work, devoted to broad topics, often are superficial and few, independent. Narrow same theme is worked out in more depth and in detail. At first it seems that it is so narrow that there is nothing to write about. But as we get acquainted with the material, this fear disappears, the researcher opens up such aspects of the problem, which he had never suspected before. 

Actual scientific decisions underlying the thesis work can be considered as applications for inventions and discoveries, if they are novel and have a positive effect. From the proof of the relevance of the chosen topic, it is logical to proceed to the formulation of the goal of the undertaken research, and also to point out specific tasks that must be solved in accordance with this goal. This is usually done in the form of an enumeration (study ..., describe ..., establish ..., find out ..., derive a formula, etc.) and proofreading process. The wording of these tasks should be done as carefully as possible, since the description of their solutions should form the content of the chapters of the thesis. This is also important because the headings of such chapters are born precisely from the formulations of the tasks of the research being undertaken. Next, the object and subject of research are formulated. An object is a process or phenomenon that generates a problem situation and is selected for study. An object is something that is within the boundaries of an object.

The object and subject of research as categories of the scientific process are correlated as general and particular. The object is allocated that part of it that serves as the subject of research. It is on him that the main focus of the thesis is directed, it is the subject of research that determines the theme of the thesis, which is designated on the title page as its title.

A very important stage of scientific research is the choice of research methods, which serve as a tool in obtaining the actual material, being a necessary condition for achieving the goal set in this work. Description of the research process - the main part of the thesis, which highlights the methodology and technique of research using logical laws and regulations. A very important stage in the progress of scientific research is the discussion of its results and make sure that document is free of errors so you should proforead your document, which is being conducted at the meetings of the profiling chairs, scientific councils, at meetings where preliminary assessment of the theoretical and practical value of the dissertation and collective review is given. 

The final stage of the course of scientific research is the conclusions that contain the new and significant that makes up the scientific and practical results of the thesis. And another important final stage of the course of scientific wotk is proofreading of your work. 

I would suggest to use a proofreading company to help you to make sure that your document is well prepared for submission.