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Researchers take into account and acknowledge the current state of research when planning a project. To identify relevant and suitable research questions, they familiarise themselves with existing research in the public domain. HEIs and non-HEI research institutions ensure that the necessary basic framework for this is in place.
Methods to avoid (unconscious) distortions in the interpretation of findings, e.g. the use of blinding in experiments, are used where possible. Researchers examine whether and to what extent gender and diversity dimensions may be of significance to the research project (with regard to methods, work programme, objectives, etc.). The context in which the research was conducted is taken into consideration when interpreting findings.
Further links relating to research design
Disclaimer: The selection of links provided here does not claim to be exhaustive. They are examples. The editors welcome suggestions for the inclusion of further examples.
Consideration of gender and diversity dimensions in researchRelevance of Sex, Gender and Diversity in ResearchGendered Innovations in Science, Health & Medicine, Engineering, and Environment
Archiving a pre-retirement or post-retirement research legacy – an example from the geosciencesTU Freiberg – Lithothek
Practical example from the life sciencesSuggestions for planning animal studies in line with the 3Rs principle (National Centre for the Replacement Refinement & Reduction of Animals in Research, UK)Guide for quality-promoting aspects in medicine and biomedicine (2021)
Handling samples in the geosciencesInternational GeoSample NumberGerman Research Vessels Portal
Practical example from the geosciencesProject Group ROHSA 3
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