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Challenges in Writing Research Problem and Research Question

Challenges in writing research problem and research question

What should be taken into consideration when formulating research questions and research problems?

According to Dr. Li’s perspective, the first point is that research questions and research problems may be approached from different angles in various sources.

The second point is that research questions/problems should ideally not be framed in terms of “yes” or “no.” Presenting them in this binary fashion could lead to research conclusions that are limited to just affirmative or negative answers, lacking substantial contributions.

However, if the research question indeed contains the words “yes” or “no,” you must ensure that the research content has sufficient data to support your conclusion.

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