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I have just moved onto sociological methods and were doing positivism and interpretivism and then factors which you have to consider when thinking of doing research let theoretical, ethical and practical issues and im struggling to remember most of it. So has anyone got a technique they have used for this? Thank you
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I use revision cards. Sociology I find is pretty much common sense however the hard part is remembering the key sociologists and what they've said, so I found a way that suited me. Take a smallish piece of paper and write the sociologists name and what they've said on a particular topic, do this for all topics. It worked for me.. but as with any revision it's what works for you.
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I always think that interpretivists like to interpret things, so that's why they collect qualitative data and positivists like positive numbers. Lol this is probably no help to anyone else but that's how I remember it :-)


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RRVPET:
Reliability, Representativeness, Validity, Practical, Ethical, and Theory
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