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Baghmirani M, Esmaili Givi M R, Hassanzadeh M, Noruzi A R. Developing the Conceptual Model of Research Problem Finding Using Directed Content Analysis. Human Information Interaction 2017; 4 (3)
URL: http://hii.khu.ac.ir/article-1-2664-en.html
University of Tehran
Abstract:   (8872 Views)
Background and Aim: This study aims to introduce a developed conceptual model of problem finding.
Methods: This article is carried out by utilizing qualitative directed content analysis. The researcher used this method to gather new knowledge on the four features of problem finding. In total, 17 scientific sources were analyzed.
Results: This research revealed 182 codes, 22 themes that outline issues related to the research problem finding. Personality feature extended in five dimensions; psychological  feature extended in four dimensions; thinking feature (creative thinking) extended in six dimensions and (critical thinking) extended in two dimensions; and educational feature extended in five dimensions.
Conclusion: Based on available data, the number of factors identified in this study is greater and more comprehensive than that of any previous research. It could provide an added value to the current researches about problem finding. This study has also developed the previous conceptual model and utilized a directed content analysis method that has never been conducted to date in the field of problem finding.
 
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