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POSTED DATE:04-02-2019                      IDEA SOLUTION

Q1. Empirical research is based on observed and measured phenomena and derives knowledge from actual experience rather than from theory or belief. To answer the readers’ typical questions about empirical research reports, writers use a superstructure that has the following elements:

  1. Introduction
  2. Objectives of research
  3. Methods
  4. Results
  5. Discussion
  6. Conclusions
  7. Recommendation

Keeping in view the superstructure elements of an empirical research report, choose the correct superstructure element from the given list and write it down against each question in the following table.                                                                                             

Reader’s QuestionSuperstructure Element
Why is your research important to us?
Readers concerned with solving specific practical problems want to know how what problems your research will help address.
Readers concerned with extending human knowledge want to know how you tink your reserch contributes to what humans know.
What were you trying to find out?
A key part of an empirical research project is the careful formulation of the research questions that the project will try to answer.
Readers want to know what those questions are so they can determine whether they are significant questions.
How do you interpret results?
Your readers will want to interpret those results in ways that are meaningful to them.
What is the significance of results?
What answers do those results imply for your research questions, and how do your results relate to the problems research was to help solve or the area of knowledge your research set out to expand.
What do you think we should do?
Readers concerned with practical problems want to know what you advise them to do.
Readers concerned with extending human knowledge want to know that you think your results imply for future research.

Q2. Your company has won a proposal to open up a cafeteria in Virtual University of Pakistan’s premises. Now, in order to gain success and cater the needs of the students, you need to know the current trends of food among students and faculty members. Keeping in view the above scenario, write down the methodology section of the empirical research report.  
The students are knowledgeable that consuming fast food, soda, and processed food are unhealthy and they contain additives. They indicated strong agreement to keep themselves hydrated and choosing food because of taste preference. Even though majority admitted eating fresh fruits, a significant number consume processed food such as chips, cookies, and cereal based on convenience. Smartphone resources, vending machine use, and drinking soda were their least frequently used habits.
It is inevitable that university students face a new environment for meal preparation, planning, and eating as they transition to their university life. Even though many university-aged students are aware of the importance of meeting nutritional values, their knowledge and attitude might hinder them from changing their behavior. Many other factors come in to play in their decision-making, however, the university’ knowledge on nutrition does not always lead to healthy food choices. Stockton and Baker discovered university students do understand that consuming fast food can lead to disease; however, their knowledge was not a factor that influenced their food choices.
Interestingly, Stockton and Baker found that university students did not think the harm from fast food was related to calories but rather harmful chemicals and additives. The main concern the students had was not the number of calories they were taking, but the additives to their food. Also, the male university students consumed more fast food than female university students. Students thought that hamburgers were not harmful to their health.
Various poor eating habits have been noted among college groups in many recent studies. University students tended to select food according to convenience, taste, time, and price rather than nutritional values. Many college students tended to choose quick and tasty options, which were usually available through vending machines.
Students have a fair knowledge of nutritional requirements for health; however, food choices they make are not necessarily healthy. Convenience and taste of food were priority.

POSTED DATE:30-01-2019                     GDB IDEA SOLUTION

That is an interesting comparison and I have to agree. I have been in many homes where books are not displayed. Some rooms are beautifully decorated but the absence of books makes them seem cold and lifeless. Books add color and warmth to any setting. By studying books in a room, it is possible to learn a great deal about the people who live there.
Are they interested in travel, philosophy, education, medicine, self-improvement and so on? I believe there is a book about any subject that interests you and that knowledge is priceless. Books offer escape, a wonderful way to enter the world of amazing characters or study the lives of real people.
Books with interesting themes and plots are fascinating. Books filled with photographs or art are beautiful and the opportunity to view these without going outside your home is wonderful. Yes, I am passionate about books and I cannot imagine life without them.

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    Question No: 1 ( Marks: 2 )
    What is formal document?
    A document that is written in formal style and uses formal language is called a formal
    document such as circulars, business letters and CVs etc.
    Question No: 2 ( Marks: 2 )
    Explain the term ‘Abstract’.
    Answer: Abstracts are condensation of entire reports, focusing on the main issues: what was
    done, what was found out, and its significance. Abstracts are self-sufficient. The procedure
    for many companies is to take the abstract from the analysis report, copy it a number of
    times, circulate it to readers, and allow readers to order the full report if they feel like they
    need the information.
    Question No: 3 ( Marks: 2 )
    What is the goal of Content Listening?
    The goal of content listening is to understand and retain information that is delivered by a
    speaker. Moreover, your job is to identify the key points of the message.
    Question No: 4 ( Marks: 3 )
    What is an “Empirical Research Report”?
    Superstructure for Empirical research Reports: To answer the readers typical questions
    about empirical research reports, writers use a substructure that has the following elements.
    • Introduction • Objectives of rese
    Question No: 7 ( Marks: 5 )
    Explain the terms ‘Chronology’ and ‘Spatially’.
    Answer: When investigating a chain of events, organize the study according to what
    happened in January, what happened in February and so on.
    Spatially If you are studying a physical object, study it left to right, top to bottom, inside to
    Question No: 8 ( Marks: 5 )
    How can you make your document error free?
    Question No: 9 ( Marks: 2 )
    What are Analytical assignments?
    These assignments are written to analyze any problems such as why a company is having
    problems in hiring secretaries, low wage, location of office etc.
    Question No: 10 ( Marks: 2 )
    What is the disadvantage of close-ended questions?
    The close-ended questions require yes or no answers. Questioner does not receive full
    response but just a short response.

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