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What is Research?

What is Research?

Research is a process of systematic inquiry that entails collection of data; documentation of critical information; and analysis and interpretation of that data/information, in accordance with suitable methodologies set by specific professional fields and academic disciplines.


Research is conducted to…

  • Evaluate the validity of a hypothesis or an interpretive framework.
  • To assemble a body of substantive knowledge and findings for sharing them in appropriate manners.
  • To help generate questions for further inquiries.


Research is a careful and detailed study into a specific problem, concern, or issue using the scientific method. It’s the adult form of the science fair projects back in elementary school, where you try and learn something by performing an experiment. This is best accomplished by turning the issue into a question, with the intent of the research to answer the question.

  • Research can be about anything, and we hear about all different types of research in the news. Cancer research has ‘Breakthrough Cancer-Killing Treatment Has No Side Effects in Mice,’ and ‘Baby Born with HIV Cured.’ Each of these began with an issue or a problem (such as cancer or HIV), and they had a question, like, ‘Does medication X reduce cancerous tissue or HIV infections?’
  • But all I’ve said so far is what research has done (sort of like saying baking leads to apple pie; it doesn’t really tell you anything other than the two are connected). To begin researching something, you have to have a problem, concern, or issue that has turned into a question. These can come from observing the world, prior research, professional literature, or peers. Research really begins with the right question, because your question must be answerable. Questions like, ‘How can I cure cancer?’ aren’t really answerable with a study. It’s too vague and not testable.

How to Write a Research Paper

A research paper is a piece of academic writing that provides analysis, interpretation, and argument based on in-depth independent research.

Research papers are similar to academic essays, but they are usually longer and more detailed assignments, designed to assess not only your writing skills but also your skills in scholarly research. Writing a research paper requires you to demonstrate a strong knowledge of your topic, engage with a variety of sources, and make an original contribution to the debate.


This step-by-step process takes you through the entire writing process, from understanding your assignment to proofreading your final draft.

  1. Understand the assignment
  2. Choose a research paper topic
  3. Conduct preliminary research
  4. Develop a thesis statement
  5. Create a research paper outline
  6. Write a first draft of the research paper
  7. Write the introduction
  8. Write a compelling body of text
  9. Write the conclusion
  10. The second draft
  11. The revision process
  12. Research paper checklist
  13. Free lecture slides

In Threws, we  help you out to conduct real research by formulating the problems according to your thought. In case you need any guidance related to  research you may contact us at [email protected]





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