As beginners in research you should understand that research is not technical, complexes, states tics and computers. It can be a very simple activities designed to answers to very simple questions relating to day-to-day activities. On the other hand, research procedures can also be employed to formulated intricate theories or laws that govern our lives. The difference between research and non-research activity is, as mentioned, in the way we find answers: the process must meet certain requirements to be called research.
Grinnell (1993: 4) states: "Research is a structural inquire that utilizes acceptable scientific methodology to solve problem and creates new knowledge that is generally applicable."
Lumdberg (1942) draws that "Scientific method consist of systematic observation, classification, and interpretation of data. Now obviously, this process in one in which nearly all people engage in the course of their daily lives. The main difference between our day-to-day generations and the conclusions usually recognized as scientific method lies in the degree of formality rigorousness, verifiability and general validity of the latter."