The single citation to Andree is omitted. I have stated that this method is open to a very fundamental objection. But the stages of culture representing this period have been covered with so much that is new and that is due to contact with foreign tribes that they cannot be discovered without the most painstaking isolation of foreign elements.
It is clear that this theory has for its logical basis the assumption that the same phenomena are always due to the same A comparative investigation of experts viewpoints. We have in this method a means of reconstructing the history of the growth of ideas with much greater accuracy than the generalizations of the comparative method will permit.
Also, the phenolic [ Whereas NiPt displays a behaviour typical of this kind of transformation, CoPt shows unexpected results, in particular a decrease in its resistivity at TOD.
In a few cases the immediate results of this method are of so wide a scope that they rank with the best results that can be attained by comparative studies. The latter must always It seems necessary to say a word here in regard to an objection to my arguments that will be raised by investigators who claim that similarity of geographical environment is a sufficient cause for similarity of culture, that is to say, that, for instance, the geographical conditions of the plains of the Mississippi basin necessitate the development of a certain culture.
From all these sources the same forms have developed. The historical method has reached a sounder basis by abandoning the misleading principle of assuming connections wherever similarities of culture were found.
In the Old World the products of the Baltic found their way to the Mediterranean and the works of art of the eastern Mediterranean reached Sweden. Is an Investigation an Art or Science? Is paranormal investigation is it pseudo-science?
Based on 1,1-diphenylpicrylhydrazyl and hydroxyl radical scavenging activities, DBSB showed They may be indigenous, they may be imported, they may have arisen from a variety of sources, but they are there.
First, what is their origin?
Inquiries into the mutual relations of tribes and peoples begin to show that certain cultural elements are easily assimilated while others are rejected, and the time-worn phrases of the imposition of culture by a more highly civilized people upon one of lower culture that has been conquered are giving way to more thorough views on the subject of exchange of cultural achievements.
For example, discovering new bacteria which may cause a new disease by isolating the bacteria, growing it and sequencing its DNA for example. A process based on the existence of fluctuating local magnetic moments and magnetic short-range order in the paramagnetic state of CoPt is proposed to explain the observed behaviour qualitatively.
When the Polynesians employ a method of fire making consisting in rubbing a stick along a groove, while almost all other peoples use the fire drill, it shows their art of fire making has a single origin.
Environment has a certain limited effect upon the culture of man, but I do not see how the view that it is the primary moulder of culture can be supported by any facts. There is a difference between rationallyevaluating the reliability of a source, and accepting an assumptionfor irrational reasons.
Sociologists have made important studies on the effects of the density of population and of other simple social causes. The fact that many fundamental features of culture are universal, or at least occur in many isolated places, interpreted by the assumption that the same features must always have developed from the same causes, leads to the conclusion that there is one grand system according to which mankind has developed everywhere; that all the occurring variations are no more than minor details in this grand uniform evolution.
Furthermore, the most intricate and apparently illogical ideas and the most curious and complex customs appear among a few tribes here and there in such a manner that the assumption of a common historical origin is excluded.
Results Among the extracts, DBSB showed the highest total antioxidant capacity and reducing capacity on ferrous ion. We have another method, which in many respects is much safer.
It can he proved that paternal families have often developed from maternal ones.A comparative study on the catalytic activity of different group 9 [Cp*M(III)] complexes in the formal [4 + 2] cycloaddition of arenes with rarely explored free imines and dioxazolones for the construction of multisubstituted quinazolines is reported herein.
This investigation revealed that the cobalt catalyst is uniquely suited to this transformation. A comparative investigation of biodegradable polyhydroxyalkanoate films as matrices for in vitro cell cultures.
Potentials and Limitations of Comparative Method in Social Science Reza Azarian Stockholm University Sweden Email: [email protected] Abstract Comparison is a common research method with outstanding merits. A Comparative Investigation of the Effect of experts and knowledge workers of organizations and coding the knowledge and packing it for further usages.
There is a significant difference between the viewpoints of managers in. Comparative investigation is the investigation where you compare results with others. Boas on the Limitations of the Comparative Method. We must insist that this investigation be made a preliminary to all extended comparative studies.
In researches on tribal societies those which have developed through association must be treated separately from those that have developed through disintegration.