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Author: Dorottya Nagy

supervisor at the University of South Africa and is actively involved in the work of the Central and Eastern European Association for Mission Studies. Introduction Minding methodology within academic research calls attention to tensions in understanding the role and the place of academic research done

In: Mission Studies

. Second, Davidson’s is described as a “Wittgensteinian-inspired version of pragmatism” (preface); it is from that pragmatism that the question of what it is that believers believe is theoretically and methodologically inseparable from consideration of how they behave and vice versa. As we have seen

In: Method & Theory in the Study of Religion
Authors: Max Bader and Hans Schmeets

Election observation by OSCE/ODIHR has come under increased scrutiny in recent years. 1 While the methodology of OSCE/ODIHR election observation is perhaps the most elaborate among organizations that are active in election observation, it has essentially remained unchanged since the late 1990s