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Understood more broadly, a research gap is the problem that researchers would want to see addressed in the research. As the name suggests, it is the gap that researchers fill with their proposed research project.
Hence, a research gap is “what is missing” or “what is not addressed” in the current state of knowledge. Put simply, a research gap is the question or problem that has not been answered in your area of specialization. For this reason, the research gap establishes “the need” or the “importance, urgency, and necessity” of your proposed research project, thesis, or dissertation.
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