RESEARCH TERMS

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RESEARCH TERMS by Mind Map: RESEARCH TERMS

1. Scientific/Qualitative

1.1. Claims

1.2. knowledge accumulation

1.3. Data

1.3.1. Evidence

1.3.2. Systematic analysis

1.4. Methods / Methodology

1.4.1. rigorous

1.4.2. assumptions

1.5. documentation

1.6. Interpretations

1.6.1. Context dependence

1.7. Assertions

1.8. Theories

1.8.1. Common quality standards

1.8.2. Theoretical constructs

1.9. Validity

1.9.1. Validated measures

1.9.2. inferences from data

1.9.3. verisimilitude

1.10. Peer review

1.10.1. systematic review

1.10.1.1. structured abstracts

1.10.2. "developmental" editing

1.11. Reliability

1.11.1. Longitudinal study

1.11.2. Circulation

1.11.3. Account of practice

1.12. Data Sharing

1.12.1. Incentives

1.12.2. Disincentives

1.12.3. Digitization

1.12.4. Open Access

1.12.4.1. delayed open access

1.12.5. Information context

1.12.6. Secondary analysis / research

1.13. Publication bias

1.13.1. "file drawer problem"

1.14. Claims

1.14.1. justification

1.15. Standard of evidence

1.16. Ethics

1.16.1. Privacy / confidentiality

1.16.2. Moral / legal aspects

1.17. Generalizability

1.18. Scientific progress / scientific method

1.19. boundary breaking

1.19.1. innovation

1.20. Structured Abstracts

1.21. Definition of terms

1.22. self correction

2. Qualitative

2.1. idealist

2.1.1. subject-subject

2.1.1.1. interpretive understanding

2.2. Case Studies

2.2.1. Triangulation

2.2.2. Intrinsic Case Studies

2.2.3. Instrumental Case Studies

2.2.4. Descriptive Case Studies

2.2.5. Explanatory Case Studies

2.2.6. Immersion

2.3. Open-ended interviews

2.4. Methodological uncertainty (intentional)

2.5. Action Research

2.6. Field Notes

2.7. Power in reserve

2.8. Interpretivist

2.9. Auxiliary Hypotheses

2.10. Standards of Evidence

2.11. Validity

2.12. credibility

2.13. Over conventionalizing

2.14. Under conventionalizing

2.14.1. Account of practice

2.15. Descriptive work

2.16. Theory

2.17. Prescriptive work

2.18. Methodological plurism

2.19. Methodological adequacy

2.20. Construction of interpretation

2.21. Reconstruction of construction

2.21.1. Plausibility

2.21.1.1. Confirmability

2.22. Generalization

2.22.1. Inferential

2.22.2. Theoretical

2.22.3. Representational

2.22.4. generic propositions

2.22.5. naturalistic generalizations

2.23. Moral and Legal responsibilities

2.23.1. Umbrella of confidentiality

2.23.2. Institutional Review Board

2.23.3. "Common Rule"

2.23.4. IRB

2.23.4.1. Complex

2.23.4.2. Widely variable

2.24. claims

2.24.1. interconnectivity

2.24.2. criteriology

2.25. Disconfirming Cases

2.26. Interdisciplinary integration

2.26.1. specialties

2.27. Common Core of Education

2.28. Prescriptive Theory

2.29. Inquiry

2.29.1. Empirical

2.30. Heterogeneous Design

2.30.1. Commonality

2.31. Social Critique

2.31.1. Feminism

2.31.2. Postmodernism

2.31.3. Poststructuralism

2.31.4. Marxism

2.32. Artifacts

2.32.1. Interview Transcripts

2.32.2. positioned culturally, historically, and theoretically

2.32.2.1. ethnographies

2.33. Evidence

2.33.1. member checks

2.33.2. peer debriefers

2.33.3. research groups

2.34. Evidentiary inadequacy

2.35. Naturalistic/generic propositions

2.36. Inferential generalization

2.37. Theoretical generalization

2.38. Interpretivist

2.39. Definition of terms (particularist)

2.40. Emergent Traditions

2.41. Postpositivist

2.42. Coding Data

3. Scientific

3.1. realist

3.1.1. subject-object

3.1.1.1. finding laws

3.2. Standards

3.2.1. Data Sharing

3.2.2. Interdisciplinary Links

3.2.3. Sanctions

3.2.4. Rewards

3.2.5. Leverage Points

3.2.6. Convergence

3.2.7. Theoretical Constructs

3.2.8. Non-cognitve data collection

3.2.9. Generate Theories

3.2.10. "Essential Tension"

3.2.10.1. common areas of inquiry

3.2.11. Neutrality

3.2.12. Positivist

3.3. Evidence

3.3.1. common measures

3.3.2. Large-scale data collection

3.3.3. secondary analysis

3.3.4. Empirical Research

3.3.4.1. Systemized knowledge

3.3.4.1.1. Empirical Inquiries

3.4. Data

3.4.1. Quantitative

3.4.2. Non-cognitive

3.4.3. Data Enclaves

3.4.3.1. Public-use data files

3.4.3.2. Restricted-use data files

3.4.3.3. Synthetic data sets

3.4.3.4. Data Repositories

3.4.3.5. Accumulated Knowledge Base

3.4.4. replication

3.4.4.1. generalizability

3.4.4.1.1. Nomological Generalizations

3.4.4.1.2. Representational generalizations

3.4.4.1.3. Stable explanations

3.4.4.2. quality of evidence

3.4.5. Research Infrastructure

3.4.5.1. bibliographic index

3.4.5.2. digital archives

3.4.5.3. study registries

3.4.5.4. data archives

3.4.5.4.1. data mining

3.4.6. Rigorous analysis

3.4.6.1. measurements

3.4.6.2. validity

3.4.6.3. expert scrutiny

3.4.7. Meta Analysis

3.4.8. empirical

3.5. Institutions

3.5.1. think tanks

3.5.2. IRB Requirements

3.6. Reporting

3.7. Ethics

3.7.1. Informed consent

3.8. Definition of terms (standardized)

3.9. Lead target audience

3.9.1. Theory generalizability

3.10. Replication