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Complexity Theory
Complexity theory
June ElizabethParnell

The advancement of technology in the twenty-first century has caused many students in the field of social sciences to take creative, unconventional and innovative approaches toward their research. Interacting and working on and with the Internet is, for many students in higher education, not just a novel use of a technological means, but a deliberate practice highlighting their engagement with the social, cultural and academic world. As networked information continues to proliferate, research students are led to re-examine many of the assumptions underlying the accepted mode of presenting their academic research and there is a break with the conventional methods of doing and reporting research. Many students from undergraduate to doctoral level of study, have encountered conflict at some point in ...

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