GRIFFITHS 1998 P97 PDF

Do You Agree? Do you agree? The statement by Griffiths that there is no hope in doing perfect research 97 has raised a few eyebrows and has become a highly controversial issue over the past decade. Reading and Writing sources defines research as a systematic examination to obtain facts.

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Do You Agree? Do you agree? The statement by Griffiths that there is no hope in doing perfect research 97 has raised a few eyebrows and has become a highly controversial issue over the past decade. Reading and Writing sources defines research as a systematic examination to obtain facts. According to this definition, research is obtaining accurate, reliable information, with the use of a method. Now, how do we define accuracy and reliability in a world where human beings dominate?

In addition, research is also defined by the Google English dictionary as a carefully planned and performed analysis, searching for previously unknown facts. If this investigation …show more content… According to The Telegraph the Healthcare Commission found that nearly one in ten complaints received by the NHS was related to a delay in diagnosis or the wrong diagnosis being made. Some of the reasons for false medical diagnosis include, but not limited to, misinterpreted test results and reduced communication and diseases that had similar symptoms.

Therefore, since conducting research is a process which follows specific rules and organised procedures in order to get the intended results, the possibility for occurrences such as erroneous interpretation cannot be accurately measured.

Yet, how could one begin to argue that there is hope for perfect research when the evidence is there to show how seriously flawed the process can be at times? Over the past few years, the U. If there were hope for perfect research, why does the safety of more than a dozen popular prescription drugs have to be examined?

Moreover, all researches are subjected to limitations and errors. During my undergraduate degree, I conducted a qualitative research. I used the interview technique to gather information from participants whom I.

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There Is No Hope of Doing Perfect Research” (Griffiths, 1998, P97). Do You Agree?

The human mind is complex and in its complexity dwells room for misunderstanding and the propensity to err, so as long as the human mind is engaged in research, there can be no such thing as flawless research. Conceptually, these two are oxymoron. Research is done to understand the unknown or clear doubts about the known. Perfect research is possible only when you have the full knowledge of the subject of investigation so have no room for mistakes or bias in planning, formulating, and executing the research and drawing conclusions from it. If you know everything about the subject and have no doubt about it, then there is no need for perfect research. Do You Agree? Do you agree?

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GRIFFITHS 1998 P97 PDF

We have grown up with information of nine planets in solar system. There is No Hope of Doing Perfect Research, according to Griffiths , p97 geniecorner Hence, in case of flawless research, there grifffiths be no reason to review the former verified theory. It is uncommon for an error-prone human being to carry out a flawless research. If researchers had settled at initial findings in any area of study, the world would ggiffiths have witnessed the current technologies. The 3rd prolific scientist of all time is Thomas Graham. Initially, communication between people residing in far apart was done through messengers, drums, smoke and trumpets.

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