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Authors of reports of original research should present an accurate account of the
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subject by discussing the findings of recent research publications.
- Comparative Study
In the early phases of the formation of a branch of science, the comparative
technique is frequently used. It can assist the researcher in progressing from
exploratory case studies to more complex theoretical models, invariances, and
concepts like as causality and evolution.
- Survey Paper
The author's opinion is based on studying and assessing various research articles
(that have already been published) on a certain issue.
- Case Study
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event in order to uncover the reasons of underlying principles. A case study is an
analysis of a person, organisation, or event that is both descriptive and
- Dissertation Chapter
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it should be broken down into sections. The opening chapter, the dissertation
chapter (literature review), another dissertation methodology chapter,
discussion, and the last “conclusion” chapter are usually the essential sections of
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proceeding, or any in-depth investigation of a certain subject that is frequently
used to assist the reader in immediately determining the paper's aim.
Keywords are words or phrases that describe content.