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Unit 6. Case study: empirical or interpretative approach [Philosophy of science]

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    • Unit 6
      Case study
      Empiricist and interpretative theory
    • Case study
      This case study will count as 10% of your final grade
      Case studies are done in groups of 2 (our 3 when numbers are uneven)
    • Question
      Choose one paradigm as a starting point for your research
      empiricist
      interpretative
    • For each case study the students will write a statement on what is the best paradigm to approach the research question. (approximately 350 words)
      (The students are not supposed to answer the research question, just give arguments why they think a certain paradigm will fit the research)
    • criteria
      Understanding the paradigms (the student is familiar with the characteristics of both paradigms)
      Formulating your own opinion on the research paradigms
      Clear argumentation
      English
    • Things to avoid
      Woolly language; be clear and precise
      Fallacies, for example:
      Petitioprincipii, circular argument
      Ad verecundiam, authloritative argument
    • Grocery Goliath
    • Will a (new) super center on Aruba attract customers
    • Do incentives raise profit?
    • Incentives and production
      A certain coffee company on Aruba wants to increase sales, would giving incentives to employees help?