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Unformatted text preview: 1. Logical: all subareas relate to topic [a mental 2. Systematic: subareas can be process] arranged in some type of order 3. Complete: covers everything needed Reports Page 1 D. Examples ( see handout ) 1. Factual - - - requires only identification of facts a. Chronological b. Categorical c. Spatial 2. Valuation - - - break into parts of whole to be evaluated a. Quantitative b. Qualitative 3. Comparison - - - evaluating alternate ends or resultsand determining most desirable a. By Characteristics (1) Determine characteristics to be compared (2) Determine criteria for evaluating b. By advantages / disadvantages 4. Solution - - - determining why something happened a. Hypothesis - - - tentative explanation b. Logical subareas c. Prove or disprove Reports Page 2...
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- Spring '08