noun, plural meth·od·ol·o·gies.
a set or system of methods, principles, and rules for regulating a given discipline, as in the arts or sciences.
- the underlying principles and rules of organization of a philosophical system or inquiry procedure.
- the study of the principles underlying the organization of the various sciences and the conduct of scientific inquiry.
Education. a branch of pedagogics dealing with analysis and evaluation of subjects to be taught and of the methods of teaching them.
Origin of methodology
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Two independent experts who looked at the study for Time found it “weak and methodologically flawed.”Home Births Under Fire
October 2, 2010
noun plural -gies
the system of methods and principles used in a particular discipline
the branch of philosophy concerned with the science of method and procedure
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