No Hope in Doing Perfect Research

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Page 1 of 3 Get your projects done. 10/29/10 - No hope of doing perfect research www.projectguru.in Call: +919873147443 Mailto: care@projectguru.in Topic: There is no hope of doing perfect research (Griffith, 1998, p97). Do you agree?- A discussion with detailed reference to at least two examples of my research done in schools that I have been studying. Research as the name suggests, means that re- searching. It denotes the process of searching for something whose search has already been completed in the past. That "something" might either be an idea, a concept, a theorem or a technology and much more. "There is no hope of doing perfect research" says Griffiths. In fact, the saying holds good for each and every research work done…show more content…
There are evidences of happenings in the past that has proven many research results to be wrong. Had a research work been incomplete and perfect, there would not have been a necessity to rework on the same. In fact, a research always uses an existing conclusion as a base. It is implied and evident from the above research findings that there cannot be any research that could be termed "Perfect", in this world. It is my opinion about research. It is obvious that my opinion stands for the quote by Griffiths. However, opinions and perceptions differ from person to person. Certain things could be understood better by experimenting rather than seeking an explanation. If you are not satisfied with what Griffiths has concluded, then experience and experiment it yourselves, today! More such articles at http://www.ProjectGuru.in/publications Copyright © 2005 - 2010 Project Guru India. All rights reserved. Page 3 of 3 Get your projects done. www.projectguru.in Call: +919873147443 Mailto: care@projectguru.in REFERENCES 1. James Thomas Herbert Baily, The Connoisseur, Volume 215, National Magazine Co., 1985 2. Karen C. Fox, The big bang theory: what it is, where it came from, and why it works, John Wiley and Sons, 2002 3. NOAO, Available at http://www.noao.edu/outreach/press/pr05/pr0508.html, Accessed on 27th October 2010. 4. Roger A Rydin, New Developments: The
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