All of the following are ways to fathom an author’s methodology except:
A strategy of applying a general disciplinary perspective to a particular complex problem or part of it is not possible without first mapping the problem and understanding how its parts interact with each other. This is a(an):
Each discipline has its own [a]and the flip side of those strengths is often its [b].
If a discipline has produced two or more conflicting insights or theories about the causes of a problem, these conflicting insights or theories will still probably share the discipline’s general perspective as well as the narrowed statement of that perspective.
The theory or method used by an author will not generally reflect the general perspective of the discipline.
The fifth strategy Repko identifies to evaluate the appropriateness of an insight is to focus on the __________ that each discipline considers within its research domain.
Analyzing the problem requires viewing it through the lens of each disciplinary perspective primarily in terms of its:
What is one benefit of asking overarching what or how questions framed in each discipline’s perspective?
All of these are strategies to evaluate the insights produced by each discipline except:
The term _______________ means the degree to which the insight reflects the biases inherent in the discipline’s perspective, and thus the way the author understands the problem.