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scientificity

(ˌsaɪəntɪˈfɪsɪtɪ)
n
the application of scientific methods and principles
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The sample size was not large enough, which limited the scientificity of the experimental results, and randomized controlled study with a large sample size is needed to further verify the conclusion.
Concurrently, the scientificity of the results was further strengthened with additional strong correlation with urinary cotinine (5, 7).
However, one can not rule out the main qualitative character of her scientificity: the author systematizes her work with a strong focus on the individual or in his community bringing, from them, the dimension of the disease.
Both the social right not to be fooled by overstated self-attribution of scientificity, and the efficient steering of the collective effort in social science, require an open and critical examination of such issue.
On the other hand, Almeida Filho (8) highlights the importance of this report to the introduction of scientificity and institutionality criteria required to the regulation of academic and professional education in health.
Although it may seem contradictory, both authors think that their proposals define a certain limit of scientificity in the Humanities.
When a philosophical school demands renunciation of common sense, it undermines solidarity; when it doubts sense-perception, it puts a damper on individuation; and when it claims scientificity by rejecting all forms of political concern, it paves the way to the unquestioned acceptance of a big narrative that is not worthy of that name anymore.
The Age of Reason with its overemphasis upon Deism, scientificity, rationality and empiricism, would need an alternative discourse to justify its fledgling spirit of progress.
He explains: "We would define the episteme retrospectively as the strategic apparatus which permits of separating out from among all the statements which are possible those that will be acceptable within, we won't say a scientific theory, but a field of scientificity, and which it is possible to say are true or false.
Henry Widdowson (1995 and 2004) has drawn attention to the alleged absence of any kind of systematic analysis of entire texts, co-texts and contextual relations in research that relies on CDA leading to contentions about its lack of objectivity and scientificity. Igor Zagar (2010) has taken issue with its broad use of the term topoi arguing that they are largely misconstrued in the literature and that researchers often fail to provide examples taken from data.
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