Date: 2017-03-20 10:39
Dear Adnan, if you found the guide helpful then you should be able to identify your dependent and independent variables. But it seems to be that you are unsure yet about what you want to study. You need to read more literature on your chosen topic.
Two days before your post i requested the same type of question i think difference is just a title and i get response from Mr. Regoniel. he responded just as below i think if your read the notes about variables (Independent, Intervening and Dependent variables) under that link, i think may help you a little bit but try to read more literature especially and try to see how do they figured out thier conceptual framework based on their tittle.
8775 I have posted an earlier article describing the independent and independent variables. You may refer to it here: http:///7567/65/77/what-are-examples-of-variables-in-research/ 8775
If it 8767 s a case study, you will just have to describe the system or assess its efficacy by asking how much people are willing to pay as installment and for how long they should do it. The desired amount of payment will vary for individuals and the average will show the majority 8767 s preference.
I hope that helps.
Kindly help me identify IV and DV of my topic DISCONNECT BETWEEN THE JOB MARKET AND BUSINESS SCHOOL GRADUATES: a case of KYU University.
I am also having trouble formulating the conceptual framework.
My research title is Enhancing Vocabulary Knowledge Using Songs Among the Primary School Students : Its effectiveness and Students 8767 Preferences …what will be my conceptual framework?
Thanks for this topic. I too am trying to develop a conceptual framework for my Masters 8767 class dissertation literature review.
My topic is on export expansion grant. we have had a stakeholder workshop to discuss issues around this topic. they proposed several policy recommendations. how do i proceed in developing the framework?
(Would love to use diagrams)
Both with regard to specific situations and more generally, it is often more helpful to examine dimensions of formality and informality, and ways in which they inter-relate with each other.
Dear Ibrahim, specify outcome of training by say, improved heart rate. Your framework appears to be: type of training > heart rate. Studies show that conditioned men/women tend to have lower heart rates attributable to training.
Dear Amirah, that 8767 s a good study. Job satisfaction has many dimensions. Just focus on some variables which you can measure in your study and put them in your conceptual framework as your independent variables that influence job satisfaction as dependent variable. You may then use job satisfaction as the independent variable to predict work performance as dependent variable (as Dole rates it). For example, company wage rates > job satisfaction > job performance
I hope that helps.
Hi. Thanks for this- it 8767 s enlightening and explained in an easy-to-grasp manner :-). I just paid for the eBook for further reading. Thanks!