Appendix C: critical thinking: key terms used in research

Use this list to identify which terms are central to your work and explore others to broaden your understanding of different approaches to research

Key terms to be explored

1 Abductive

2 Action research

3 Alternatives

4 Axiomatic logic

5 Canon

6 Causation

7 Chronological

8 Comparison

9 Constructivism

10 Contributing to theory

11 Critical realism

12 Deductive

13 Description

14 Empirical

15 Epistemological frameworks

16 Ethnography

17 Event driven (vs time driven)

18 Experiment

19 Explaining transitions

20 Explanation

21 Field work

22 Generalisability

23 Generating theory

24 Hermeneutics

25 Hypothesis testing

26 Inductive

27 Interpretation

28 Intersubjectivity

29 Interviews

30 Logical consistency

31 Measurement

32 Meta analysis

33 Narrative and stories

34 Observation

35 Paradigm

36 Phenomenology

37 Positivism

38 Primary and secondary sources

39 Probability

40 Problem solving

41 Problematising

42 Proposition

43 Qualitative

44 Quantitative

45 Reflexivity

46 Reproducibility/repeatability

47 Retroductive

48 Semiotics

49 Significance

50 Simulation

51 Statistical analysis

52 Systematic review

53 Time driven (vs event driven)

54 Trial and error

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