How researchers see themselves in relation to the research setting, participants, data analysis and presentation. The subjective stance or worldview of the researchers and disciplines and the influence these may have on or over the research.
Statements of intent or main goals/overarching purpose.
Specific statements defining measurable outcomes. The specific ways or things you will do to address the aims. Often discrete and measurable actions. Specifies what needs to be done.
Something different or new, hasn’t been done or seen before.
The effect of the research on something (e.g., context)
The extent to which the work changes thinking or practice.
The circumstances or situations surrounding the research question, topic or focus.
The extent to which the research enquiry introduces a new way of thinking about something, its distinctiveness, the contribution of something new to a body of knowledge.
The findings or conclusions from the research. Anything that can be made, done or produced as a result of the research. What the research set out to achieve and the reason for the research.
Things that are created as part or from the research (e.g. products/services, profits, revenues) and the results of the research activity that contribute to the research outcomes.