- RESEARCH METHODS
Prof. Ir. Triatno Yudo Harjoko, M.Sc., Ph.D
- SESSION 1- PROCESS OF COGNITION
SESSION 1- PROCESS OF COGNITION
Process of Cognition : Ontologi, epistemologi
- SESSION # 2 - IDEAS, TEXTS AND STYLES
SESSION # 2 - IDEAS, TEXTS AND STYLES
- SESSION # 3 - FINDING RESEARCH QUESTIONS
SESSION # 3 - FINDING RESEARCH QUESTIONS
Model, hypotheses & theory, research objectives
- SESSION # 4 RESEARCH ARGUMENT
SESSION # 4 RESEARCH ARGUMENT
Argumentative research writing is needed to support the position of a problem. Argumentative research writing is analytical writing, but it uses information as evidence to support the proposed points (for example, in legal cases).
When you develop your argument, you are ascertaining your position, building up the case that was put forward. Use empirical evidence (facts & statistics) to support your claim. Show the reader rational & logical thinking.
As a reader, you are asked to reveal the main points of thought that can be used as a structure of the research paper; how key words focus research analysis; how also we are able to assess confusing scientific writing.
- SESSION # 5 FRAMING QUESTIONS
SESSION # 5 FRAMING QUESTIONS
Why do we need to frame the question? Framing is a way to structure or present the context of a problem that the reader will reveal and understand. The reader is the key to how the problem is framed. The way the problem is raised, or framed must reflect the attitudes and beliefs of the readers.
Errors framing questions such as, multiple questions, erroneous dichotomies, fictional questions, using false, contradictory semantics etc.
- SESSION # 6 DATA & ANALISIS
SESSION # 6 DATA & ANALISIS
Representations & Visuals
- SESSION # 7 LOGIC OF RESEARCH
SESSION # 7 LOGIC OF RESEARCH
Finding a method
- SESSION # 8 - CONTINUE ASSIGNMENT # 7
SESSION # 8 - CONTINUE ASSIGNMENT # 7
Continue assignment # 7 , discuss more in details especially in the research proposal and focus on framing questions, research objective and its subsequent methods.
- SESSION # 9 RESEARCH PROPOSAL
SESSION # 9 RESEARCH PROPOSAL
Justification of novelty. Basic assumptions: Paradigms and arguments in the context of particular fields.
- SESSION # 10 RESEARCH DESIGN
SESSION # 10 RESEARCH DESIGN
RESEARCH DESIGN (Empirical, Quantitative data) : Observasi, test, model as instruments and measurement
- SESSION # 11 CONTINUE SESSION # 10
SESSION # 11 CONTINUE SESSION # 10
Continue empirical research design
- SESSION # 12 - QUALITATIVE RESEARCH DESIGN & GROUNDED THEORY
SESSION # 12 - QUALITATIVE RESEARCH DESIGN & GROUNDED THEORY
Methods on data collection and analyses in qualitative research:
- Systematic subjective approach to describe life experienxe and meanings;
- Grounded Theory approach in research
- SESSION # 13 - RESEARCH GRANT PROPOSAL
SESSION # 13 - RESEARCH GRANT PROPOSAL
Make a Research Grant proposal through a series of thinking sequences: the tracing of ideas through disclosure of facts & submission of problems and questions from research (question framing); statement of purpose (eg, model, hypothesis); selection of relevant theoretical perspectives; selection of appropriate methods.
- SESSION # 14 - PRESENTATION OF RESEARCH PROPOSAL
SESSION # 14 - PRESENTATION OF RESEARCH PROPOSAL
Each student must give a presentation on his research proposal which is scheduled in two sessions 14 & 15, considering the number of participants in this research method is quite large and cannot be assessed orally in a limited time.