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Title: 1.2. Methodology and organization of scientific researches in the field of social-humanitarian sciences
Authors: Voronkova, Valentyna
Nikitenko, Vitalina
Oleksenko, Roman
Олексенко, Роман Іванович
Олексенко, Роман Иванович
Keywords: education
methodology
organization of scientific researches
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Wyższa Szkoła Zarządzania i Administracji
Series/Report no.: Modern management: logistics and education: монографія;
Abstract: One of the key means to ensure success in the training of competitive professionals is the qualitatively new mastery of students in social, humanitarian and behavioural disciplines. And this is impossible without mastering the fundamental principles of the methodology of scientific research. For the researcher, it is important not only to establish new facts and the ability to give them an explanation, to disclose their cognitive, theoretical and practical significance. The accumulation of scientific facts in the process of research of social-humanitarian and behavioural sciences is a creative process based on the idea of a scientist, an idea as a product of thinking, a form of reflection of reality, an object of study, an awareness of the purpose, the prospect of knowledge and the practical transformation of reality. The results of new ideas may diverge from the generally accepted provisions of science – paradigms. The acquisition of new knowledge takes place according to the scheme: paradigm – paradox – a new paradigm. The development of science is a change in paradigms, methods, stereotypes of thinking, which is based on the methodology and needs its development.
URI: http://elar.tsatu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/4529
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