By Stephan Schmitz
By Stephan Schmitz
By Jutta Schickore
About Method indicates that methodological development all through background has now not been easily a gradual development towards greater, extra refined and enhanced methodologies of experimentation. relatively, it used to be a development in knowledge of the hindrances and boundaries that scientists face in constructing concepts to probe the myriad unknown complexities of nature. the 1st long term historical past of this improvement and of snake venom learn, About Method bargains a big contribution to built-in background and philosophy of science.
By Thomas (Tom) E. Barone Jr.,Elliot W. Eisner
By Joseph P. Bassi
A medical Peak chronicles Boulder’s meteoric upward thrust to ultimately turn into “America’s Smartest urban” and a pace-setter in house and atmospheric sciences. in precisely 20 years following global struggle II, a tenacious workforce of researchers, supported via teams from neighborhood citizenry to the kingdom of Colorado, controlled to persuade the united states executive and a few of the world’s medical pioneers to make Boulder a middle of the recent house age. Joseph P. Bassi introduces us to the characters, from voters to scientists, and the combo of politics, ardour, and sheer good fortune in the beginning of Boulder’s transformation from “Scientific Siberia” to the examine mecca it truly is today.
By Raji Swaminathan,Thalia M. Mulvihill
Learning the way to formulate questions that study the ability relatives among the researcher and contributors is on the middle of serious methods. This e-book offers a entire review and remedy of severe techniques to questions in qualitative learn. It additionally examines questions as instruments for strategic considering and choice making in any respect levels of the qualitative examine procedure. Written utilizing examples from study and instructing, it situates developing and formulating questions as a severe point of qualitative examine that encourages studying to interrogate, and inquire, opposed to the grain.
The authors illustrate the ways that assorted study questions necessitate diversified methodological offerings, framing questions for examine, interviewing, and analysis—suggesting a few questions which can consultant the writing procedure. With workouts, pattern questions, and descriptions for making plans learn, this booklet assists qualitative researchers with developing better questions, together with formulating inquiries to advisor reflexivity intended to confront triumphing assumptions and as a result dismantle and discover omissions and invisibilities.
This ebook stands proud between different qualitative study equipment books in its concentrate on serious methods to questions because the driving force of the examine mind's eye. using a couple of examples, there's additionally a concentrated dialogue of ways to reach at study questions, align interview questions with these learn questions, actively build inquiries to consultant the knowledge research method, and use extra kinds of inquiries to advisor the writing procedure. The examples the authors hire comprise questions drawn from qualitative ways to phenomenology, ethnography, lifestyles writing, feminist examine, and participatory motion research.
By Jon J. Nordby Ph.D.
Philosophers of technological know-how have lengthy used reconstructive reasoning to advance historic motives masking the origins of common phenomenon. the appliance of the medical process is a strong instrument for fixing crimes via reconstruction of the occasions. Scientific Foundations of Crime Scene Reconstruction: Introducing technique to Mayhem demonstrates how one can use the medical process and workout the severe pondering that's crucial for the improvement of sound info and the development of trustworthy reasons.
Moving systematically from case to case, this quantity is an important reference for forensic and legislations enforcement pros who have to step into new or strange components to appreciate how technological know-how may also help them do their jobs. It permits forensic scientists to use the traditional sciences to casework in taking pictures and nonshooting instances. It additionally educates lawyers who have to comprehend clinical facts and the method of crime scene reconstruction from the clinical element of view.
By Susan Groundwater-Smith,Sue Dockett,Dorothy Bottrell
The ebook comprises chapters on:
By Bernhard Thalheim,Ivor Nissen
Modelle sind wichtige Instrumente in der wissenschaftlichen Forschung. Die Disziplinen haben unterschiedliche Modell-Verständnisse vom Begriff, der Funktion und dem Zweck entwickelt. Wir benötigen einen systematischen Ansatz, um zu verstehen, wie Modelle entwickelt und eingesetzt werden. Dieses Buch gibt einen Einblick in das disziplinäre Modellierungs-Know-how und ist Ausgangspunkt zur Kombination und Verallgemeinerung in interdisziplinären Anwendungen.
By Carl Wieman
By C. Kellermann