David Vs Goliath In Research

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The story of David versus Goliath is a story of a young meek boy that takes down a giant of a man with one a stone. “So David prevailed over the Philistine with a sling and a stone, and struck the Philistine and killed him” (1 Sam 17:50). The lesson to be learn in this passage is that we all have giants to overcome, and that with faith and determination one can take down their giant.
Research problem can be defined as “An area where knowledge is needed to advance the practice of nursing” (Nieswiadomy, 2012, p. 324). The question asked by researchers of why, and is a generalized topic that begins the research process. A research question is defined as “The specific question that the researchers expect to be answered in a study” (Nieswiadomy, 2012, p. 324). The question is in place to specify the study to include all the variables and the who the research will cover. …show more content…

Primary source is defined as” In the research of literature, an account of a research study that has been written by the original researcher(s); in historical studies, firsthand information or direct evidence of an event” (Nieswiadomy, 2012, p. 323). The researcher either needs to be part of the study or witness the event personally. Secondary source is defined as “In the research literature, an account of a research study that has been written by someone other than the study investigators; in historical studies, secondhand information or data provided by someone who did not observe the event” (Nieswiadomy, 2012, p. 324). Secondary source is something a researcher read about or heard about from another. The watching of a recorded video or recorded interview from a previous time period is also considered a secondary

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