There is No Hope of Doing Perfect Research

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To answer the question of whether there can be such a thing as perfect research we would have to consider the research methodologies employed and how the research question is formulated and presented. The human mind is complex and in its complexity dwells room for misunderstanding and the propensity to err, so as long as the human mind is engaged in research, there can be no such thing as flawless research. To make research as near to perfection as possible it is important to look at the design of the methodology and eliminate areas that might introduce "problems" the methodology that does not leave any room for error. Since research is usually conducted in order to find an answer to a question, some of the information often times gets lost in translation. The universe is full of miracles and puzzles the human mind and conditioning is designed to seek. Humans are engineered in such a way that they have a constant need to question, to unveil how everything works, to want to manipulated, to discover how things work and to question why hey work and to question if there is a way to make them work better than they already do. We are not born with readily packaged the knowledge, sometimes we come by things by accident and gain more insight into the universe by trial and error research is however when we seek to eliminate the arduous exercise of trying and failing. It should be mentioned that there is no way that research could be flawless or perfect. The imperfection and the flawed nature of research is the very reason why it is important as each failure brings people closer to actual success. The best research comes from a need either answer a question or solve a problem- A what if question. With science there are usuall... ... middle of paper ... ...being and self-esteem is not necessarily tied to a person’s economic position and this has nothing to do with mental illness, it affects just about everyone. Bibliography Works Cited Vedejs E, Bennett N. S, Conn L. M, Diver S. T, Gingras M, Lin S, Oliver P. A., Peterson M. J. J. Org.Chem. 1993. p 58 Diarmuid Jeffreys. Aspirin: the remarkable story of a wonder drug. New York, NY: Bloomsbury. 2005. pp. 38–40 Wehman P, Supported competitive employment for persons with severe disabilities. In P. McCarthy, J. Everson, S. Monn & M. Barcus (Eds.), School-to-Work Transition for Youth with Severe Disabilities, Richmond VA: Virginia Commonwealth University. 1985 (pp. 167-182), Ciardiello J.A, Job placement success of schizophrenic clients in sheltered workshop programs. Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Bulletin, 14, 125-128, 140. 1981
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