Definition of methodology in English:
noun (plural methodologies)
A system of methods used in a particular area of study or activity: a methodology for investigating the concept of focal points [mass noun]: courses in research methodology and practice
More example sentences
- He would not reveal the research methodology of the new system, which would be unveiled in a few weeks.
- Studies using different methodologies and outcome measures have given contrasting results.
- The sociology of music is diverse in its approaches, its methodologies, and its areas of focus.
- Example sentences
- In the view of some methodologists, the validity of a measure ought to be gauged by comparing it to measures of the same concept developed through other methods.
- I'm no research methodologist, but how in the name of fortune could you frame appropriate questions?
- Furthermore, economic methodologists have created an in-house adaptation of terminology and a way of arguing which makes even the well-intentioned philosopher-listener lost.
Early 19th century: from modern Latin methodologia or French méthodologie.
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Definition of methodology in:
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