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Positivism, Postpositivism

Positivism describes a set of assumptions about knowledge and knowledge acquisition characterized generally as follows: (a) only those phenomena that are observable can be counted as knowledge; (b) facts and values are distinct; scientific investigators must put aside values and inquire ...

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