عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this research is to design and validate the model of Research development of faculty members and instructors of Farhangian University. Reasech Method
The present study in terms of purpose is applied Reasech and in terms of how data collected, is in the exploratory blend research group. The statistical population in the qualitative section was included of 12 experts on the topic of Research development, and in the quantitative section is 806 faculty members of the campus of Farhangian University, that 260 people were selected through multistage cluster random sampling and Morgan table. The research instrument consisted of two researcher-made questionnaires of faculty members' Research development and paired comparisons based on the hierarchical analysis process. The statistical tests used included confirmatory factor analysis, single sample T and hierarchical analysis process.
The findings of the qualitative section included five sub-themes of Research development in the form of: 1- Preparation and improvement, 2- Citizenship behavior, 3- core research, 4. Professional groups and 5- View Future. And the validity of the conceptual model obtained by fitting goodness indicators was confirmed. The findings also showed that the level of faculty members' Research development was a good relatively in terms of the components of Preparation and improvement; Citizenship behavior, Professional groups and view Future, and were an Undesirable level in terms of core research. Another finding is that the components of Research development in importance were: 1- core research (relative weight of 0/284); 2- Professional groups (0/276); 3- Preparation and improvement, (0/167); 4- View Future (0/163); 5- Citizenship behavior (0/110).
According to the statistical results, the design and validation of the Research development pattern of faculty members and instructors at Farhangian University have been obtained and the present status of Research development and the importance of its components were identified.