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2019.7.2--Developing effective research questions
Jun 24, 2019



Developing effective research questions


Paul   Kei Matsuda


2019-07-02 14:30:00


C-132of South Campus

Lecturer    Profile

Professor Paul   Kei Matsuda is a professor, doctoral supervisor and director of the Second   Language Writing Center in the Department of College English, Arizona State,   USA. His main research direction is second language writing. He has published   more than 50 influential papers in international core journals. As a   part-time professor and overseas teacher of Nanjing University, former   president of AAAL, founder of the International Seminar on Second Language   Writing (SSLW), and editor-in-chief, editor-in-chief and reviewer of several   academic journals.

Lecture    Abstract

Research questions are crucially important to successful   research because research is the act of answering those question. Good   research questions can give the project a strong focus, guide the   methodological decisions, and help organize the findings. In this workshop,   the presenter will discuss how to develop and organize research questions   successfully. After a discussion of some of the common problems in research   questions, he will examine research questions for various studies and   evaluate their effectiveness. He will then lead the participants through the   process of developing actual research questions for their own research.


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