Why did it happen? What will happens if….? What is the relationship between….? Standpoint epistemologies A theoretical theory or perspective which argues knowledge from a social position. It is an argument of the people, examine the inequalities influence
12 Capstone Project > Organizational Logic & Pre-Formatted Microsoft Word Document between men and women in a particular knowledge production, and examines the nature and origin of the knowledge, (Borland, Encyclopedia Britannica) Strong objectivity To have a strong objectivity, a researcher must have to move outside or in a marginalized analysis in able to prove the claims regarding on a specific issue or a wicked problem, Clark (2017). As stated by Naples (2007), strong objectivity acknowledges the power of production and sees that it is a political process wherein a researcher pays attention to the context and always acknowledges social location in a more transparent result and in a more ethical manner. Traditional literature review Traditional literature review involves an overview of a particular research findings and topics. It examines a published work by creating a critical summary. Its purpose is to make a clear and concise information for the readers especially when there are issues and problems being talked about. Trustworthiness Understanding of how to build trust in a qualitative research method. It also serve as an assumption in a qualitative research method, Clark (2017). Weak objectivity Weak objectivity occurs when an individual only believe on his/her own point of view or perspectives, Clark (2017). Wicked problem Wicked problems may be a social or cultural problem that is currently occurring in a society or environment. Literally, wicked problems are very to be solved, even if there are a lot of possible solutions it is impossible to resolve wicked problems, Clark (2017).
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14 Capstone Project > Organizational Logic & Pre-Formatted Microsoft Word Document Glossary Academic or extent literature - relating to practical relevance, education, theoretical interest, and scholarship. Academic texts/literature that survived from the past up to the present, (scholarly, collegiate, intellectual). Epistemologies of interdisciplinary - theory of knowledge, distinguish, investigate, and justifying belief or opinion relating to more than one branch of knowledge, (philosophy, methodology, methodological analysis, multidisciplinary, integrative). Extradisciplinary literature - carry out rigorous investigations, intersubjective experimentation, (cultivation, domestication). Integrative Analyses – analysis of multiple data sets, scientific discipline, psychological sciences, (combining, centralizing, integral, and centripetal).
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