Complexity and Significance: A Sequential Analysis on the Conduct of Research

Authors

  • Kingie G. Micabalo Business and Accountancy, University of Cebu, Philippines
  • Jesszon B. Cano Hospitality Management, Bohol Island State University, Candijay, Philippines
  • Ryan D. Montilla Business and Accountancy, University of Cebu, Philippines
  • Arsenio Robert N. Tan Business and Accountancy, University of Cebu, Philippines
  • June Ace P. Navarro Business and Accountancy, University of Cebu, Philippines

Keywords:

Business Administration, Research, descriptive study, Mandaue City, Philippine

Abstract

Research is a mission for trust with the assistance of study, acknowledgment, association, and preliminaries in the journey for information through the goal and proficient methodology to discover answers for an issue. The examination decides and breaks down the degree of appraisal seen by the understudies as far as the complexity and significance of the research. The examination respondents were the 252 understudies from Marketing and Human Resource Management courses utilizing the descriptive survey method as a research instrument on a simple random sampling. Frequency and simple percentage, and Mode were used to summarize, separate, and unravel the information. The discovery uncovered that understudies gigantically experienced complexities recorded in composing the proposition, leading the exploration, and managing the research paper. The study concludes that research is a critical portion of understudies’ learning cycle and incredibly adds to making College undertaking more compelling in imparting long lasting learning. Departmental Research courses and workshops are to be practiced to hone understudies’ degree of commitment and mindfulness concerning Research. Emphasis on the significance of research among understudies is a thing to be perceived to persuade them to seek after research, notwithstanding the struggles that they may experience.

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05-11-2020

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Micabalo, K. G., Cano, J. B., Montilla, R. D., Tan, A. R. N., & Navarro, J. A. P. (2020). Complexity and Significance: A Sequential Analysis on the Conduct of Research. Asian Journal of Managerial Science, 9(2), 31–39. Retrieved from https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/ajms/article/view/1640

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