Formulation And Formation Of Good Research Question

October 16th, 2009

For research-based thesis, the thesis topic must address a quest-oriented issue which, when expressed in a question form, becomes the research question or questions. Many students face difficulties in this formation process despite having good topic. If you are one of them and presently undergoing the research papers, we can help you significantly in many ways; because what you cannot do the experts can easily do. And, can bring you the services of very experienced experts. For the details about our company characteristics and service quality, you must visit the homepage. Or, just place an order and let us know all your requirements.

• For a good thesis/dissertation research, you have to invoke the carefully-crafted question(s) reflecting the objectives of answering with at least a minimal researchable scope.


You need to extend the brainstorming that you start for finding out good topic; have good notes of the thesis ideas and keep thinking over it. You can also explore the subtopics to reach a meaningful research question. Categorize your considerable questions into groups like plausible, possible, not interesting, tough, etc.

Initial stage
Having conceived a question, to give it a real question formula, you should first undergo an initial research to see up to what extend it has already been answered and the space for more study. This should be in the initial stage and not the real dissertation/thesis research.

Quality of good question
Interesting, innovative, answerable (within stipulated timeframe), unbiased, field-oriented, and focus-generating.

Others’ opinions
What others think about your question is helpful because they can point to the issue that you have undervalued or overlooked. This is necessary even when you think you have great question.

Composing question
Appropriate composing is required for a true reflection. For e.g., it can be puzzle-centric question or a mysterious question.

Look how realistic your question is. Whether you can afford or not is very influential factor of your research question when it comes to the time limit, resources, assistants, tools, and financial cost (survey, accommodation, traveling, incentive, etc.).


Descriptive: In this situation, an observation is the only medium of answering the question. As being an observer, the researcher will describe what happened. The best example is a survey.

Co-relative: Mostly, the comparisons and interconnections between two or more objects /events are to answer the question. The answer can also rule out such co-relationship.

Cause and effect: Two or more events representing the cause and effect will be studied to answer the question. “Whether or not one causes the other” and “why did that happened” are the main investigations. This can be more difficult question than the above two.

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