A CASE STUDY ON COOKING OIL MANAGEMENT IN UNIVERSITY CAFETERIA: RESEARCH FRAMEWORK
Keywords:research framework, introduction, methodology, result and discussion, conclusion
Research framework becomes an important guideline as starter phase to a particular research study. Research framework involve with introduction that have connection with issues and problems statement, methodology will concentrate on methods involve in collecting data, result with discussion part are involve with analysis data in producing result and discussion towards the result in solving the issues and problems, and conclusion will be highlighted on the summary of finding for the research. Based on this study, the research conducted in a smaller scale that only concentrated on university perspective. However, this research study can be enhance and develop into larger scale which involve with national perspective in managing the waste cooking oil, and indirectly help to control pollution in environmental perspective.
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