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scientificity

(ˌsaɪəntɪˈfɪsɪtɪ)
n
the application of scientific methods and principles
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In general, the development of international comparative literature study has occurred through three major crises, including the first crisis caused by Croce's accusation of the discipline's comparative methodology and lack of scientificity, the second crisis caused by the undue restriction of the research scope and excessive emphasis on "international literary history," and the third crisis caused by the currents of the cultural turn and pan-cultural study.
Even not spared from the crises of scientificity, identity and appropriateness of methods, the Brazilian production of policies, planning and management in Health (5,6) has been marked by the diversification and fragmentation of approaches when dealing mainly with specific health policies, or addressing problems of certain population groups, of isolated institutions and practices, of the validation of governmental initiatives and programs, of components of subsystems that integrate the health system, and to a lesser extent, providing analyzes of the political process in health.
Because of the sensual-emotional access, the tension field between sensuality and scientificity and the design affinity of the theme, the design is particularly important.
Stein never makes good on this promise--there are no photographs or handwriting, for instance--and the pretense to scientificity, drawn from her beginnings in psychological and medical research, as well as in naturalist fiction, is subverted by presenting her findings with a kind of mock-Barnumesque flair.
Weight calculation is directly related to the scientificity and accuracy comprehensive evaluation.
This obsession with mathematics is an easy way of acquiring the appearance of scientificity without having to answer the far more complex questions posed by the world we live in.
This can be due either to the myth of quantification as a single parameter of scientificity and almost synonymous with truth, or to lack of knowledge about the scope of qualitative research.
The paper chooses the content in Table 2 as the measurement indices of the hazard of false network news according to the principles of scientificity, objectivity, comprehensiveness, analyticity and independence.
The debate about the degree of scientificity of those two methodological approaches is not new in our discipline and has been carried out along the lines of great debates--or inter-paradigmatic debates (Lapid, 1989).
The analysis's scientificity is even frailer in the artistic field, "inaccessible to the scientific analysis methods" (EDELMAN, 1995, p.
Claiming that legal science is science is possible and the requirements for scientificity must be made through the methodological self-understanding of the legal scientist.
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