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The research question
The research question
3.1 Introduction

Where do research issues come from? A simple classification would be either that we are looking for an issue to be investigated for which findings will have implications as we go forward, or we are trying to solve a problem that we have confronted. Academic-oriented researchers tend to be the ones that ‘actively’ look for issues. It is not that they make implicit assumptions that issues are there to be addressed, but for reasons mentioned in Chapter 1, academic-oriented researchers are active identifiers of research issues. Actively addressing some of these unanswered issues will ...

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