GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) English Research Approaches and Methodologies Study Material (Page 12 of 20)

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Gynocriticism

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  • This is a type of feminist criticism which aims to create a specifically female framework according to which one may judge, analyze, and interpret the work of women writers. All genres of women՚s writing may be judged according to this framework, including non-fiction such as journals and letters. The critic Elaine Showalter is responsible for coining the term “gynocriticism.”
  • Some of the prominent feminists who adopted the gynocritical appro…

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Research (Definition and Methodologies)

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  • The word “research” is derived from the Middle French word “recherché,” which means to “go about seeking.” Research may be defined as a systematic and creative activity that seeks to increase the stock of knowledge in a particular field or subject area. A researcher collects information, organizes it, and then critically analyses the information he/she has found. Research generally builds upon previous knowledge in the field. A work of research might contribute new and original knowledge; or, it might reinterpret and revaluate existing facts and knowledge.
  • Research is a process that involves the following steps; t…

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