Disadvantages Of Empirical Research Method

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According to Benner & Shaké (2008) research is a systematic examination that explores hypotheses, suggests new considerations of data and poses new questions for future research to explore. Research methods are techniques used to construction a study or idea. It is undertaken by collecting and analysing data significant to the research in question. For the propose of this assignment, I will be analysing a research method known as empirical research. According to Polit & Beck (2008), empirical research method can be defined as a way of acquiring information by means of direct and indirect observation or experience. Through direct empirical evidence the observation or experience can then be analysed either qualitatively or quantitatively and…show more content…
Research is conducted to develop the idea. The objective of this research is not just to report findings but to improve the understanding of the research been undertaken. This is achieved by means of extensive research with detailed case study and by proving the relevance of the idea by implementing it to the real world. Empirical research is undertaking so as to progress with knowledge and helps integrates research and practice. There are many advantages to empirical research such as improving on or building on what we already know which gives us the opportunity to improve standards in professional research as well as a greater understanding and approach to a…show more content…
Research is conducted to develop the idea. The objective of this research is not just to report findings but to improve the understanding of the research been undertaken. This is achieved by means of extensive research with detailed case study and by proving the relevance of the idea by implementing it to the real world. Empirical research is undertaking so as to progress with knowledge and helps integrates research and practice. There are many advantages to empirical research such as improving on or building on what we already know which gives us the opportunity to improve standards in professional research as well as a greater understanding and approach to a
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