Which scientific theoretical tradition does the researcher most certainly belong to if the researcher is sure that experiments are the only way to get facts about social reality and to find proof of causality?
Methods and their theoretical connection Theory has a value of its own, but within our course, we are interested in its connection to methods. A theoretical approach, however, has implications for the methods used in a research strategy and the other way around. A course goal is to investigate these connections. Question: Experiment is a method used in the social sciences (sociology, psychology, etc.).
A. Phenomenology B. Positivism C. Symbolic interactionism D. Ethnomethodology