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What Are Some Characteristics Of A Research Problem Statement?

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"A problem statement is a description of a problem that needs to be solved or at least researched to see whether a solution can be found. It should provide the reader with the context for the research study and gives the questions which the research aims to answer. The problem statement should:

A) Clearly state the problem itself, and give enough contextual detail that the reader may understand why it is important.

B) Suggest a method of solving the problem. This is often stated as a 'working thesis' or as a claim to having a solution.

C) The purpose, statement of the objective and scope for the project that you are proposing.

The statement of the problem should be central to any research, so it is vitally important that it is written well, so that the reader can clearly understand the project's aims and does not become lost or confused, as this can potentially lead to disastrous consequences in the future. A good problem statement should ideally be up to one page, with a number of paragraphs that are able to briefly elaborate on these elements that I have suggested previously.
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Explain the characteristics of a research problem?
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A research problem statement should be able to identify the main idea of the entire study.
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