Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Research Metodology

Methodology can properly refer to the theoretical analysis of the methods appropriate to a field of study or to the body of methods and principles particular to a branch of knowledge. In this sense, one may speak of objections to the methodology of a geographic survey (that is, objections dealing with the appropriateness of the methods used) or of the methodology of modern cognitive psychology (that is, the principles and practices that underlie research in the field). In recent years, however, methodology has been increasingly used as a pretentious substitute for method in scientific and technical contexts, as in The oil company has not yet decided on a methodology for restoring the beaches. People may have taken to this practice by influence of the adjective methodological to mean “pertaining to methods.” Methodological may have acquired this meaning because people had already been using the more ordinary adjective methodical to mean “orderly, systematic.” But the misuse of methodology obscures an important conceptual distinction between the tools of scientific investigation (properly methods) and the principles that determine how such tools are deployed and interpreted.



Happy walking from uni to home..it takes approximately 30 minutes...its kinda far ..but ya that's how i banished my fat...now its kinda cold...!!while walking ..hot chocolate is a must...hahaha...so no need to diet sgt!

5 comments:

~ mizzAmy ~ said...

~ 30mins? quite far... btw, lawa la skirt u tuh. ~

Tyazizul said...

thanks babe...i like the skirt too..huhu

nur nabil said...

yups...
everyday i walk about 10-15 minutes to the class...penat ~~
ni pula, 30 mins..
jauh tu hehe -.-

K. Eni said...

No doubt you will lose your weight easily my dear!
I used to walk ~20 mins during our stay there.
And as a result, I 'was' even slimmer than I was during the teenager's days! (Note the past tense :-D)

But... once u're back in Msia, whalla!!
It only takes 1-2 weeks to gain all the pounds back! Huhuhu.... :-D

Anonymous said...

On the way home along Yarra Street huh? Blaja baik2
That house behind you, at the cnr of Maud Street, the unique corner window, never used to be fenced. Fancy that, it is now blocking the pathway. He, he.
Getting a bit more greenish now after the summer ends.

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