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Facts, Concept, and Theory: Facts, Concept, Sanders and Pinhey’S View on Concepts, Theory, Characteristics of a Theory

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Facts, Concept, and Theory

Facts, Concept, and Theory

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Facts

  • The actions, which have taken, place in the real world as events. When theorist deals or study these events or activities they are called facts, in the process to know.
  • To understand facts, we need to scrutinize things, ideas; events in a limited way fact are purposeful relevant observation. Science is ba

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Induction and Deduction: Deductive Method, Deductive Reasoning, Inductive Method, Inductive Reasoning

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Induction and Deduction

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Induction and Deduction

  • There is two major reasoning or arguments in the social research i. e. inductive and deductive. In all arguments, the claim is made that the premises provide substantiation for the fact of the conclusions.
  • Arguments are a group of two or more proposal, one of the is claimed to follow from the other. For example, she lost the job because she did not work hard. The cause of losing her job is explained on the argument of not working hard.
  • The preposition, which is a

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