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Research Writing & Publishing II----Proposal Defense Rehearsal-- 俐君
by 徐碧霙 2013-06-19 22:14:12, Reply(11), Views(1267)
 
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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?

14%

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

14%

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

13%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

16%

Question:

How do you measure the hedonic variable and utilitarian value in slide number 14?

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 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 data applicable to the proposed research problem?

18%

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

14%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

17%

Question:

Are there any intervening variables? 

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?

12%

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?

17%

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

8%

6.    Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

17%

 

Comments:

The definitions of terms are very clear.

 

Questions:

There are some landscape restaurants in Taichung. Why do you chose those three restaurants in your research?

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?

13%

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?

14%

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

16%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

16%

Question:

How do  you deliver the 500 questionnaires in these restaurant?

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? 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? 13%

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 your participants should be over 18 years old?

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?

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

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

45%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

18%

Question: What kind of regression analysis you’re going to take?

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?

14%

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

14%

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

14%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

14%

Why you choose to do pre-test?

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?

14%

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

14%

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

14%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

15%
 
Think about the way you distribute your questionnaires. These restaurants are so far away from
the place you live. Maybe you got to talk with the restaurants and ask them if they can help you
to distribute and collect your questionnaires. It will take a long time.
 
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?

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

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

47%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

17%


Question:

What are the pre-test and post-test for?


To Amber,

How do you measure the hedonic variable and utilitarian value in slide number 14?
I will through the questionnaire item to measure the hedonic and utilitarian value. Because hedonic value is a consumption experience about product or service, an example item is I feel comfortable when I’m dining. Utilitarian value is about economical value for money, convenience and time savings, an example item is waiting the meal time is very short.
 

 

To Larua,

Are there any intervening variables?
The perceived value is intervening variable.

 

To Jessica,

There are some landscape restaurants in Taichung. Why do you chose those three restaurants in your research?
Choosing these three restaurants are base on that they are the same landscape restaurant, and they are so popular in Taichung.

 

To Sharon,

How do you deliver the 500 questionnaires in these restaurants?

I will wait the time which customers order the meal after finishing and when they waiting the meal, at that time, I will deliver the questionnaire for the customers.

 

To Jessie,

Why your participants should be over 18 years old?

Because over 18 years old have more experience about restaurant dining. The age under 18 years old, the customers belong to students. Some students don’t extra money to consume. In order to the consequent exactly, the participants will be limit over 18 years old.

 

To Rady,

What kind of regression analysis you’re going to take?

I will use multiple regression analysis. Because I want to test significantly influence between independent variable and dependent variable.

 

To Debbie,

Why you choose to do pre-test?

Because I want to test the questionnaire’s reliably and validity. About this part, I will revise after I talk to my advisors.

 

To Betty,

Thank you for your suggestion. I will think about this problem.

 

To Tim,

What are the pre-test and post-test for?

The pre-test for 50 questionnaire’s reliably and validity, then post-test for 500 questionnaires in my study. About this part, I will revise after I talk to my advisors.

 

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?

13%

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?

16%

6. Is the oral presentation clear and professional?

17%

Question: will you adopt the questionnaire from 4 researchers?  

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