Implementation of Problem Formulation Management in Improving the Quality of Research in Higher Education

Aptisi Transactions on Management (ATM)

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Title Implementation of Problem Formulation Management in Improving the Quality of Research in Higher Education
Implementation of Problem Formulation Management in Improving the Quality of Research in Higher Education
 
Creator Nirmalasari, Leli
Harahap, Eka Purnama
Faradilla, Fitri
 
Description Basically in conducting a study there are problems that can be used as a means toachieve a goal or goal in the study. Everyone who conducts research must have their ownmethod, concept, or method in formulating the problem that is the object of the research. In thispaper will explain the techniques or ways that can be done in relation to formulating problems inresearch including determining a topic to be discussed in research, making backgroundproblems, explaining problem identification, limiting the scope of research, determiningproblems that are worthy of research, making questions in research, and determine the goals,benefits, and uses of the research. With the concept of planning and mature thinking toformulate and determine the formulation of the problem, it is expected that the research that willbe conducted will be focused and directed so that it does not extend to the discussion that is notthe topic of his research. With the formulation of this problem also the reader becomes aware ofthe results and objectives to be conveyed in a study. Therefore in this study we will discuss thesteps or ways in preparing the formulation of a problem that is good and right in order tofacilitate the implementation of a research activity.
Basically in conducting a study there are problems that can be used as a means to achieve a goal or goal in the study. Everyone who conducts research must have their own method, concept, or method in formulating the problem that is the object of the research. In this paper will explain the techniques or ways that can be done in relation to formulating problems in research including determining a topic to be discussed in research, making background problems, explaining problem identification, limiting the scope of research, determining problems that are worthy of research, making questions in research, and determine the goals, benefits, and uses of the research. With the concept of planning and mature thinking to formulate and determine the formulation of the problem, it is expected that the research that will be conducted will be focused and directed so that it does not extend to the discussion that is not the topic of his research. With the formulation of this problem also the reader becomes aware of the results and objectives to be conveyed in a study. Therefore in this study we will discuss the steps or ways in preparing the formulation of a problem that is good and right in order to facilitate the implementation of a research activity.
Keywords: Research, Problem Formulation, Thought Results
 
Publisher iLearning Journal Center (iJC)
 
Date 2018-01-02
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Artikel Peer-review
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://ijc.ilearning.co/index.php/ATM/article/view/781
10.33050/atm.v2i1.781
 
Source Aptisi Transactions on Management (ATM); Vol 2 No 1 (2018): ATM (APTISI Transactions on Management); 20-27
Aptisi Transactions on Management (ATM); Vol 2 No 1 (2018): ATM (APTISI Transactions on Management); 20-27
2622-6804
2622-6812
 
Language ind
 
Relation http://ijc.ilearning.co/index.php/ATM/article/view/781/153
 
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