GŐCZE, István
July 2011
Military Science Review / Hadtudományi Szemle;Jul2011, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p157
Academic Journal
The main objective of this article is to provide readers interested in theoretical, practical and methodology issues of scientific research with up-to-date information regarding determining questions of scientific and re-search methodology, including research methods utilized in the most important forms of scientific activities. Research and researchers themselves are confronted with different objectives and problems of scientific research pertaining to various disciplines, branches of science or fields of research. However, every discipline applies similar, although not always identical frames of scientific thinking. Researchers may employ similar methods and procedures, while scientific publications also exhibit similar formats of expression. I hope that, this material and presented research methods and procedures will allow me to contribute towards the achievement of successes in scientific research work and publication activities by the reader.


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