Machine Translation: Science Fiction or Reality? Research Paper

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Parts of the Research Paper
Title
Abstract
Introduction
Literature Review
Methodology
Results
Discussion
Instructions
Abstract
Summarizes the paper in 300 words or less.
Includes the following pieces of information:
Research question(s)
Hypothesis (if there is one)
Methodology in brief (design, procedures, the sample, & instrument(s) used)
Main findings
Sample Abstract
“In an extension of research demonstrating causal effects of intercessory prayer for physical healing in a medical setting, the present study experimentally examined the effects of intercessory prayer for improved task performance in an employment setting. Trained customer service representatives either did, or did not, receive (over a 14-day period) daily intercessory prayer for the specific needs and challenges of their workplace. Speed of call handling was evaluated for each customer service representative. The specific dependent measures were number of calls per hour and number of seconds per call. No statistically significant differences between prayer and non-prayer groups were found for either calls per hour or seconds per call. Recommendations for research in this new area of study center on methodological issues, including the selection of relevant dependent measures.”
Introduction
The introduction typically includes:
The purpose of the study or the research problem.
The context that sets the stage for your research question in such a way as to show its necessity and importance.
The rationale of your study that clearly stipulates why it is worth doing.
A brief description of the major issues and sub-problems that have been addressed by your research.
Literature Review
The literature review serves several important functions:
Guarantees that you are not rehashing old ideas.
Gives credit to those who have laid the groundwork for your research.
Demonstrates your knowledge of the research problem.
Demonstrates your understanding of the theoretical and research issues related to your research question.
Shows your ability to critically evaluate relevant literature information by integrating and synthesizing the existing literature. Provides new theoretical insights or develops a new model as the conceptual framework for your research. Convinces your reader that your research will make a significant and substantial contribution to the literature (i.e., resolving an important theoretical issue or filling a major gap in the literature).
Methodology
States the plan of how you addressed your research problem.
Contains sufficient information for the reader to determine whether methodology is sound.
Demonstrates that your approach is the most appropriate and most valid way to address your research question.
For qualitative research:
You need to justify the methods used and be more elaborate than what is required for traditional quantitative research.The data collection process in qualitative research is more subjective compared to quantitative research. Describe how you will collect and analyze your data thoroughly.
Discussion
Convinces your reader of the potential impact of your research.
Communicates a sense of enthusiasm and confidence without exaggerating the merits of your paper. Mentions the limitations and weaknesses of the research paper

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