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Action research: A form of applied research in which experimental techniques are combined with programmed of social action to bring about desired social changes.
Basic Research: Research undertaken with the primary goal of contributing to knowledge or understanding of some phenomenon by testing explicit hypotheses, generally contrasted with applied research.
Evaluation research: A form of applied research undertaken to test the effectiveness of some programmed or intervention, such as a new teaching method in a school system or a new crime prevention policy in a city.
Descriptive research: Research that has no other purpose than to describe phenomena and is not intended to explain, predict, or control them.
Exploratory research: Research that is not explicitly intended to test hypotheses nor to solve practical problems but is used to make initial forays into unfamiliar territory when studying new or poorly understood phenomena.