Asked in Educational Methods and Theories
Educational Methods and Theories
What is a theoretical concept?
According to Van der Ven "Engaged Scholarship" (2007) page 113. Theoretical Concept is an abstract term that is semantically defined by its association or usage with other terms that are not directly observable.
Asked in Ulcers
Which term is defined as a theoretical model or concept that is used to explain what is observed?
Asked in Economics
Why is elasticity of demand a fine theoretical concept of economists but difficult for marketers to use in practice?
it is what elasticity of demand
Asked in Synonyms and Antonyms
What is a word that is the opposite of the word empirical?
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Asked in Black Holes
What is a good science experiment to demonstrate black holes?
There aren't any (yet), black holes are still a (strong) mathematical/theoretical concept. ...
Asked in Science, Astronomy, Cosmology
Why does the Big Bang not have a Big Banger?
The concept of the Big Bang is theoretical and without definitive origin. Consequently the concept of a Big Banger to initiate the Big Bang is less than theoretical. Theoretically, an unnamed instability is explained as the likely cause ofthe Big Bang. A small quantum fluctuation could have created all the matter and energy we see today and inflation accelerated that energy outward. ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society
What is an empirical referent?
Empirical referents 'are classes or categories of actual phenomena that by their existence or presence demonstrate the occurrence of the concept itself. [They] are extremely useful in instrument development because they are clearly linked to the theoretical base of the concept' (Walker & Avant 2005, p. 73). ...
What does practical application mean?
"Practical application" can best be defined by contrasting it to "theoretical application". A practical application is the real or tangible use of a thing or a concept, whereas the outcome of a theoretical application is nontangibe results not subject to objective measurement because the thing or theory has not actually been put to use. ...
Asked in Yahoo, Definitions, Mathematicians
What is the Concept of Dualism?
The concept of dualism is that immaterial 'mind' is superior over material body. Western dualism = THEORETICAL division of sense reality in man-made 'civilized' society and wilderness, in metaphysical and physical, 'good' and 'evil, 'science' and 'intuition'. Resulting in Priests of Science in universities ...
Asked in Probability
What examples are there for a theoretical probability of 100?
No probability - theoretical or not - can be 100. Therefore no examples are possible. No probability - theoretical or not - can be 100. Therefore no examples are possible. No probability - theoretical or not - can be 100. Therefore no examples are possible. No probability - theoretical or not - can be 100. Therefore no examples are possible. ...