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How to write Scope and limitation in Research

  • Delimitations aim to narrow the scope of a study.
  • For example, the scope may focus on:

─specific variables,

─specific participants,

─specific sites, or

─narrowed to one type of research design (e.g., ethnography or experimental research, case study).

  • Limitations aim to identify potential weaknesses of the study.
  • For example, a certain aspect of the research can have limitations

─statistical procedures

─number of cases

─research strategies,

─surveys or

─grounded theory studies

  • Spatial scope: Administrative level that the data set intends to cover.

─The spatial scope can be different from the actual geographical coverage,

─The spatial scope of the data set does not necessarily reflect the administrative level responsible for collecting and maintaining the data

  • Thematic scope: Means concerned with the subject or theme of something, or with themes and topics in general.

─Focused on topics or theories that you will discuss

  • Temporal scope: Defines group history and future

─the shared experience that the group has developed in the past

─and the expectation of future collaboration, respectively.