Anjar Priandoyo

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What Air Pollution Research Means?

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Research type: Primary Descriptive Observation (PR) (measurement of something)

  • Data input: Primary Data (Level of pollution, taking using specific device for one year)
  • Sample: Rashid et al (2014), Santoso et al (2013, 2011), Both et al (2013), Browne et al (1999)
  • Hypothesis: The level of air pollution estimated to be certain number
  • Data output: Data (accurate, very expensive in effort, conclusion is not required)

Research type: Primary Descriptive Observation with Conclusion (PRC)

  • Sample: Kondo et al (2006)
  • Data output: Result: the number of air pollution in 2005 is lower than the 2001, due to lead restriction policy. Conclusion: Lead restriction policy should be implemented.

Research Type: Secondary Descriptive Literature (SL)

  • Data input: Secondary data (journal, literature, statistical data)
  • Sample: Haryanto et al (2011), Santosa et al (2008), Budya et al (2011)

Research type: Secondary Descriptive Observation (SR) (is there any impact of something)

  • Data input: Primary data (questionnaire)
  • Sample: Duki et al (2003) questionnaire of 16,000+, effect of air pollution on health
  • Hypothesis: There is correlation between air pollution and health
  • Data output: Correlation

Research type: Correlation Analytical (CO) (is there any impact of something)

  • Data input: Secondary data e.g from hospital
  • Sample: Resosudarmo (2003) study the effect of air pollution on health, Ostro (1994), Andarini (2014) on fuel conversion
  • Hypothesis: There is correlation between air pollution and health
  • Data output: Correlation

Research type: Modelling Analytical (MO) / Simulation (how big is the impact of something)

  • Data input: Secondary data e.g from IEA statistics
  • Sample: Shresta et al (2002, 2005), Cahyono et al (2007), Nugroho (2015)
  • Hypothesis: Estimated number of pollution would be certain number
  • Data output: Data e.g estimated pollution, electricity capacity

Research type: Development (DE) (how to reduce the impact of something)

  • Data output: New policy (new model, new perspective)
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Written by Anjar Priandoyo

Februari 26, 2016 pada 11:44 am

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