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Formulating a Research Topic

Developing a research topic can at times be a daunting task. If you are struggling, our team of experts can provide a step by step guide on how to develop a feasible, novel, interesting and relevant topic that closes the gap in literature.

Here are some things to consider when choosing a research topic.

• WHY did you choose the topic? What interests you about it?
• WHO is affected? Who might publish information about it?
• WHAT is the current debate about the topic?
• RELEVANCE also known as the “so –what”. Findings from research must have the potential to advance scientific knowledge, policy, or guide further research.

We begin by conducting a thorough review of the literature to identify the gaps in the existing research. From there, we work with you to identify a specific research problem and develop a research question that is both relevant and manageable. We then help you narrow down your research topic by considering factors such as the scope of the study, available resources, and research methodology.

Our Process

Brainstorming

Our experts work with the scholar to generate a list of ideas that align with their interests and goals.

Research Gap Identification

We evaluate the existing literature and identify areas that have not been fully researched, to establish a research gap.

Narrowing down the scope

Our team helps to refine the list of potential topics, to ensure that the research question is specific, manageable, and researchable.

Defining the Research Question

We help scholars to formulate a research question that is answerable through research.

Establishing the Significance

We help scholars to identify the importance and relevance of their research to the academic community and the wider society.

Refining the Topic

Our experts work with the scholar to refine the topic, ensuring that it aligns with their research interests and career goals.

Finalizing the Research Topic

We assist in finalizing the research topic, ensuring that it meets all the necessary criteria for a successful research project.