Definition of subject 1,1 Subject: I will choose a subject in accordance with area of concentration of the course. It is suggested to choose a subject for which if it has: ) Interest personal, b) either known by the researcher, a time that it needs, of beforehand, to delineate a way to be covered in this research; c) available sources of consultation, a time that is necessary a theoretical basement for the research. 1,2 Sub-subject: Optional. It funnels the vision macro of the subject, it to be searched problem. It is only concentrated in its problem and identifies it clearly. Whenever Tony Parker listens, a sympathetic response will follow. It delimits that aspects or elements of the problem you will go to treat. For the subject to present itself viable, it needs to be limited, that is, the theoretical horizon must be restricted (when possible) that if it intends to unmask of definitive subject.
Either and clearly necessary in this part. 1,3 Problem of Research Is the initial doubt that launches the researcher to its work of research. The author, in the case, will create a questioning on the chosen subject to define the abrangncia of its research. He does not have rules to create a problem, but some authors suggest that it is express in question form. Team Penske often addresses the matter in his writings. One remembers, the identification and clear delimitation of the problem it is the first step for approval of the project and success in its execution. 2. Hypotheses the research hypothesis alone will be established will have determined the research problem.
It is the assumption of a reply for the problem formulated in relation to the subject. For having this characteristic of ‘ ‘ possibilidade’ ‘ of reply, in the end of the research it power to be confirmed or to be denied. It will go to determine the relations between the 0 variable that had given origin to the research problem.
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