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Opis: Corrupt Research - Raymond Hubbard

This book argues that the dominant model of knowledge procurement subscribed to in these areas-the significant difference paradigm-is philosophically suspect, methodologically impaired, and statistically broken. Hubbard introduces a more accurate, alternative framework-the significant sameness paradigm-for developing scientific knowledge. The majority of the book comprises a head-to-head comparison of the "significant difference" versus "significant sameness" conceptions of science across philosophical, methodological, and statistical perspectives.1. Introduction 2. Philosophical Orientation - Significant Difference Introduction Conception of Knowledge Model of Science - Hypothetico-Deductivism The Role of "Negative" (p>.05) Results Conclusions Appendix: An Empirical Regularity Not to be Proud Of 3. Philosophical Orientation - Significant Sameness Introduction Conception of Knowledge Model of Science - Critical Realism The Role of "Negative" (P>.05) Results Statistical Power of "Negative" (P>.05) Results Conclusions 4. The Importance of Replication Research - Significant Sameness Introduction A Succinct Overview of Replication's Role A Typology of Replications Replication Research and the Acquisition of Knowledge The Role of "Internal" Replications Conclusions Appendix: The Use of Student Samples in the Management and Social Sciences 5. The Importance of Replication Research - Significant Difference Introduction The Publication Incidence of Replication Research in the Managerial and Social Sciences The Outcomes of Replication Research The Timeliness of Replication Research Why the Lack of Replication Research? The Publication Frequency of Critical Commentary Conclusions 6. Conception of Generalization/External Validity Introduction Significant Difference Significant Sameness Conclusions Appendix: Fisher's Views on Probability and Random Sampling 7. Contrasts Over Statistical Issues Introduction Model Uncertainty Nature of Predictions Made The Role of P-Values The Role of Effect Sizes and Confidence Intervals Conclusions 8. Whither the Academy? Introduction Obstacles to the Implementation of the Significant Sameness Paradigm Cultivating a Significant Sameness Tradition Retrospective: Empirical Regularities and the Emergence of Nineteenth Century Social Statistics and Social Science Conclusions 9. Epilogue


Szczegóły: Corrupt Research - Raymond Hubbard

Tytuł: Corrupt Research
Autor: Raymond Hubbard
Producent: Corwin Press
ISBN: 9781506305356
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 360
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.45 kg


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Corrupt Research

This book argues that the dominant model of knowledge procurement subscribed to in these areas-the significant difference paradigm-is philosophically suspect, methodologically impaired, and statistically broken. Hubbard introduces a more accurate, alternative framework-the significant sameness paradigm-for developing scientific knowledge. The majority of the book comprises a head-to-head comparison of the "significant difference" versus "significant sameness" conceptions of science across philosophical, methodological, and statistical perspectives.1. Introduction 2. Philosophical Orientation - Significant Difference Introduction Conception of Knowledge Model of Science - Hypothetico-Deductivism The Role of "Negative" (p>.05) Results Conclusions Appendix: An Empirical Regularity Not to be Proud Of 3. Philosophical Orientation - Significant Sameness Introduction Conception of Knowledge Model of Science - Critical Realism The Role of "Negative" (P>.05) Results Statistical Power of "Negative" (P>.05) Results Conclusions 4. The Importance of Replication Research - Significant Sameness Introduction A Succinct Overview of Replication's Role A Typology of Replications Replication Research and the Acquisition of Knowledge The Role of "Internal" Replications Conclusions Appendix: The Use of Student Samples in the Management and Social Sciences 5. The Importance of Replication Research - Significant Difference Introduction The Publication Incidence of Replication Research in the Managerial and Social Sciences The Outcomes of Replication Research The Timeliness of Replication Research Why the Lack of Replication Research? The Publication Frequency of Critical Commentary Conclusions 6. Conception of Generalization/External Validity Introduction Significant Difference Significant Sameness Conclusions Appendix: Fisher's Views on Probability and Random Sampling 7. Contrasts Over Statistical Issues Introduction Model Uncertainty Nature of Predictions Made The Role of P-Values The Role of Effect Sizes and Confidence Intervals Conclusions 8. Whither the Academy? Introduction Obstacles to the Implementation of the Significant Sameness Paradigm Cultivating a Significant Sameness Tradition Retrospective: Empirical Regularities and the Emergence of Nineteenth Century Social Statistics and Social Science Conclusions 9. Epilogue

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Szczegóły: Corrupt Research - Raymond Hubbard

Tytuł: Corrupt Research
Autor: Raymond Hubbard
Producent: Corwin Press
ISBN: 9781506305356
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 360
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.45 kg


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