Research Process and Terminology Paper

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Research Process and Terminology Paper
Research has many faces that can represent many forms of information gathering. The information can be biomedical, social, behavioral, research fraud, or as simple popular car color. However, in research it can be very intensive when the research involves people lives through crime. In this research and terminology paper, will examine the process of research and how it targets the criminal justice. To begin, lets us examine the terminology needed to understand how the research process flows and works. The process of collecting and analyzing data has become a work of art when compared to 100 years ago, when research was not even in the vocabulary of scholars. Today many research terminologies explain and guide us through the network of the research process. Personally, I look at the research process as a road map to a truthful unbiased worth of information.

Some of the terminology needed to successfully understand the research process includes: Replication: “Replication is the repetition of experiments or studies utilizing the same mythology” (Hagan, 2010). In police, work detectives use the research process of replication to replicate how the crime was committed in the research process Verification: Verification “is confirmation of accuracy of finding or attainment of greater certitude in conclusion through additional observation” (Hagan, 2010). In the criminal justice system, many forms of detectors utilized to to provide an accurate response. Theory: Theory is” described previously as attempt to develop plausible explanations of reality” (Hagan, 2010). When theories try to arrange and classify events the research process takes a different form of events. Therefore, pointing into perspective the plausible explanation. Research Shock: Research Shock “is a sense of disorientation experienced by a person when suddenly confronted with an unfamiliar style of presentation and language” (Hogan, 2010). The first...
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