What is broad to narrow?
2. In this context “broad” means generally applicable and with wide (lots of) applications. Examples for broad traits might be “being a good communicator”, “being good with numbers”, “being tolerant”, “keeping situational awareness” By contrast “narrow”, here, means a very specific skill with limited applicability.
What does too broad and too narrow mean?
If the topic is too broad, you will be overwhelmed with information. If the topic is too narrow, you may not be able to find enough information for your research paper.
What are steps to narrow down a broad topic of interest?
To narrow down a specific topic, follow these steps:
- Choose a general topic area.
- Give specific description of the topic area.
- Mention an aspect of the specific topic:
- Note down extra specifics about the topic.
- Turn the topic into a sentence or statement.
What are the steps of writing a research report?
Basic Steps in the Research Process
- Step 1: Identify and develop your topic. Selecting a topic can be the most challenging part of a research assignment.
- Step 2 : Do a preliminary search for information.
- Step 3: Locate materials.
- Step 4: Evaluate your sources.
- Step 5: Make notes.
- Step 6: Write your paper.
- Step 7: Cite your sources properly.
- Step 8: Proofread.
What are the examples of broad topic?
A topic that is too broad focuses on one important concept….These are examples of broad topics:
- health care.
How do you select and limit a topic?
Use the steps below to guide you through the process of selecting a research topic.
- Step 1: Brainstorm for ideas.
- Step 2: Read General Background Information.
- Step 3: Focus on Your Topic.
- Step 4: Make a List of Useful Keywords.
- Step 5: Be Flexible.
- Step 6: Define Your Topic as a Focused Research Question.
What are broad terms?
Broader terms are reciprocal to narrower terms. For example, an entry for ‘bed’, ‘chair’, or ‘chest’ may each include a broader-term reference ‘furniture’. ‘Furniture’ would include a narrower-term reference for each of those terms.