This book is a companion to research and to researchers. It is meant to guide researchers to critically re-examine the challenges in their communities and use them to identify realistic topics and choose researchable titles. The book provides incisive guidance on how to clearly state and explain the problem at hand, gather appropriate materials, define concepts for proper interpretation, select appropriate research designs and methods, collect and record data, carry out the hermeneutic processes, and re-introduce the research findings to the readers in form of a research report. The book is meant to accompany researchers as they compose and move through the whole process of formulating a research idea to establishing the ideal situations. Researchers need the order of discipline that this book provides.