Definition of Methodological analysis
1. Noun. The branch of philosophy that analyzes the principles and procedures of inquiry in a particular discipline.
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1. Assessing Alcohol Problems: A Guide for Clinicians and Researchers by John P. Allen, Megan Columbus (1997)
"A methodological analysis of the alcohol treatment literature. In: Hester, RK, and Miller, WR, eds. Handbook of Alcoholism Treatment Approaches. 2nd ed. ..."
2. The Sex Offender: Current Treatment Modalities and Systems Issuesby Barbara K Schwartz by Barbara K Schwartz (2002)
"Recidivism rates among child molesters and rapists: A methodological analysis. Law and Human Behavior, 21(6), 635-659. Proch, K., & Taber, M. (1985). ..."
3. The Sexual Predatorby Anita M. Schlank, Fred Cohen by Anita M. Schlank, Fred Cohen (1999)
"Recidivism rates among child molesters and rapists: A methodological analysis. Law and Human Behavior 21, 635—659. Proulx, J., Pellerin, B., Paradis, Y., ..."
4. Intersectoral Factor Mobility and Agricultural Growth by Yair Mundlak (1979)
"This is not a discussion of the Japanese experience as such—a subject which will be treated in Chapter 6; it is a methodological analysis. ..."
5. Correctional Psychology: Practice, Programming, and Administrationby Barbara K. Schwartz by Barbara K. Schwartz (2003)
"Recidivism rates among child molesters and rapists: A methodological analysis. Law and Human Behavior, 21, 635—659. Price, R. (1992). Clockers. ..."
6. Basic Concepts in the Methodology of the Social Sciences by Johann Mouton, H. C. Marais (1988)
"... the major aim of methodological analysis is to develop a more critical orientation on the part of researchers by eliminating obviously incorrect ..."
7. A Strategy for Assessing Science: Behavioral and Social Research on Aging by Irwin Feller, Paul C. Stern (2007)
"Such potential indicators will require careful methodological analysis to assess their validity and potential biases before they are ready for practical use ..."
8. Overview of Addiction Treatment Effectiveness by Mim J. Landry (1996)
"A methodological analysis of the alcohol treatment outcome literature. In: Hester, RK, and Miller, WR (Eds.) Handbook of Alcoholism Treatment Approaches ..."
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