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Research Writing & Publishing II----Proposal Defense Rehearsal-- Radium
by 徐碧霙 2013-06-06 19:30:35, Reply(12), Views(1234)
 
 
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1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree?

13%

2.Does the presentation give reasonable evidence that the student is familiar with significant literature in his/her field?

13%

3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?

16%

4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid applicable to the proposed research problem?

16%

5. Are the statistical procedures adequate to provide valid interpretation of experimental data?

10%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

18%

1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree?

12%

2.Does the presentation give reasonable evidence that the student is familiar with significant literature in his/her field?

14%

3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?

17%

4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid applicable to the proposed research problem?

15%

5. Are the statistical procedures adequate to provide valid interpretation of experimental data?

9%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

18%

Comment: Demonstrates positive feelings

about topic, clear voice with correct pronunciation.

Question: How do you relate planned theory to your own study? 

1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree?
12%
2. Does the presenttion givereasonabl evidence that the student is familiar with signficat literature in his/her field?
13%
3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?
17%
4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid data applicable to the proposed researchproblem?
16%
5. Are the proposed statistical procedures adequate to provdie valid interpretation of experimental data?
8%
6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?
18%
 
Comments:
Background information is very clear.
 
Question:
What is your questions?Because you only put your hypotheses on slide?

1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree?

13%

2. Does the presenttion givereasonabl evidence that the student is familiar with signficat literature in his/her field?

14%

3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?

16%

4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid data applicable to the proposed research problem?

18%

5. Are the proposed statistical procedures adequate to provdie valid interpretation of experimental data?

8%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

18%

 

Comments:

I appreciate that ppt design on slide 3 and 4.
 
Question:

In slide 17, you mentioned that the triangulatin is necessary. How do you do this part? 

1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree?

15%

2.Does the presentation give reasonable evidence that the student is familiar with significant literature in his/her field?

15%

3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?

17%

4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid applicable to the proposed research problem?

16%

5. Are the statistical procedures adequate to provide valid interpretation of experimental data?

16%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

18%


Questions:

what is your research contributions?

comments:

Good time-controlling.

More eye contacts for the audiences.

1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree?

12%

2.Does the presentation give reasonable evidence that the student is familiar with significant literature in his/her field?

12%

3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?

16%

4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid applicable to the proposed research problem?

17%

5. Are the statistical procedures adequate to provide valid interpretation of experimental data?

8%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional? Question:

17%

Comments: Your PPT design is very good.

Question: How long will you do your research?

For Radium

The total score of the proposal presentation is 93.

1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree? (15%) 14

2. Does the presentation give reasonable evidence that the student is familiar with significant literature in his/her field? (15%) 14

3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data? (17%) 16

4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid data applicable to the proposed research problem? (17%) 16

5. Are the proposed statistical procedures adequate to provide valid interpretation of experimental data? (16%) 15

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional? (20%) 18

Comment: Your presentation is fluent.

Question: Will you check the reliability of your data?


1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree?
13%
2. Does the presentation giver reasonable evidence that the student is familiar with significant literature in his/her field?
13%
3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?
17%
4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid data applicable to the proposed research problem?
18%
5. Are the proposed statistical procedures adequate to provide valid interpretation of experimental data?
10%
6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?
15%
 
Question:
Why you choose to use snowball sampling?
1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree?
14%
2. Does the presentation giver reasonable evidence that the student is familiar with significant literature in his/her field?
14%
3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?
15%
4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid data applicable to the proposed research problem?
15%
5. Are the proposed statistical procedures adequate to provide valid interpretation of experimental data?
13%
6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?
18%
 
Question:
What are omnivores? 
1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree?
14%
2. Does the presentation giver reasonable evidence that the student is familiar with significant literature in his/her field?
14%
3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?
16%
4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid data applicable to the proposed research problem?
16%
5. Are the proposed statistical procedures adequate to provide valid interpretation of experimental data?
17%
6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?
17%
 


1. Will the proposed research problem, if successfully carried out, be a significant contribution to this area of knowledge, deserving of an M. S. degree?
12%
2. Does the presentation giver reasonable evidence that the student is familiar with significant literature in his/her field?
12%
3. Are the proposed methods adequate to provide valid experimental data?
13%
4. Will the proposed experimental design provide valid data applicable to the proposed research problem?
12%
5. Are the proposed statistical procedures adequate to provide valid interpretation of experimental data?
11%
6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?
15%
 
1. visit "里仁" for finding the participants.
2. decoding of datd collection.

吳俊諺

No further questions.

 

陳維真 How do you relate planned theory to your own study? 

The literature review has shown clearly that previous research has done the relation between vegetarianism and TPB.

 

吳佳穎 What is your questions? Because you only put your hypotheses on slide?

What motivates him or her to abstain from meat? Among these motivations, which are the most common, and what implications do they have for health, diet, and attitudes toward meat? How do vegetarians and omnivores differ in the ways in their politics, worldviews, and interactions with others, and how do they view one another? Between men and women, how else do they differ in they was in which they approach vegetarianism and meat eating?

 

陳俐君 In slide 17, you mentioned that the triangulation is necessary. How do you do this part? 

By combining multiple observers, theories, methods, and empirical materials, researchers can hope to overcome the weakness or intrinsic biases and the problems that come from single method, single-observer and single-theory studies.

 

吳莎賓 What are your research contributions?

To help human beings make a big step forward about emerging industry, vegetarianism.

 

張斐喻 How long will you do your research?

One month and a half (Winter Break 2014)

 

劉思竹 Will you check the reliability of your data?

Yes, I will. The purpose of triangulation in qualitative research is to increase the credibility and validity of the results.

Debbie. Why you choose to use snowball sampling?

Due to no vegetarian’s population, this study is not going to use random sample.

 

Ivy, What are omnivores? 

An organism eats both plants and animals.

 

林雅蘋

No further questions.

 

李桂園

No further questions.

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