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Teacher(s): Kika Marián, PhDr., PhD.
Kuvíková Helena, prof. Ing., PhD.
Mikušová Meričková Beáta, prof. Ing., PhD.
Aim: The student can: 1. use the acquired knowledge to review and improve the methodological procedure created in the course Methodology and Ethics of Research Work 1 2. search for sources from books and journals published at home and abroad, relevant to the topic of dissertation, 3. apply theoretical methods of research work in processing literature and thus summarize theoretical approaches for formulating the objective and hypotheses, ans suggest methods of their verification, 4. assess and choose relevant methods and techniques of data collection, choose the sample and test its reliability and design their own methodology of data processing and interpretation, 5. assess their own approach to the solution of the problem in confrontation with approaches taken by authors at home and abroad, 6. produce two chapters of dissertation (current state of the researched issues at home and abroad); objective, material and methods of research.  

More information about this course you can find in lms system Moodle 2