Theoretical Framework In Research Theory

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Register to read the introduction… It should be organized thematically to conform with the specific problems. 5. It should be synthesized such that evidence from all the studies reviewed would get an overall understanding of the state of knowledge in the problem area.

CONCEPTUAL/ THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK OF THE STUDY

… 1. CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK

1.1 The conceptual framework is the schematic diagram which shows the variables included in the study. 2. Arrows or line should be properly placed and connected between boxes to show the relationship between the independent and dependent variables. 3. All the independent and dependent variables should be clearly discussed and explained how these would influence the results of the study.

2. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

1. The theoretical framework consists of theories, principles, generalizations and research findings which are closely related to the present study under investigation. It is in this framework where the present research problem understudy evolved. 2. Authors of these theories and principles should be cited. As much as possible research findings and theories should be correct.

STATEMENT OF THE
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The terms which connote different meaning from the conceptual or dictionary definitions should be operationally defined to facilitate the full understanding of the text by the readers. 2. The terms to be operationally defined are those used throughout the study and may be a word or a phrase, usually taken from the title, the statement of the problem or hypothesis. 3. The terms should be arranged in alphabetical order and the definitions should be stated in complete sentences.

SCOPE AND LIMITATION

1. This section explains the nature, coverage, and time frame of the study. 2. It presents in brief the subject area of investigation, the place, the time period, or school year covered. 3. It discusses the variables included in the study and the exclusion of other variables which are expected to be included. 4. It indicates the extent of capability of results arising from the sampling population

METHODOLOGY

1. This discusses the research locale, research design, population sampling or respondents of the study, research instrument, and the statistical treatment of data.

1. Research

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