Methodologically vs Methodology - What's the difference?
Methodologically is a derived term of methodology.
As a adverb methodologically
is in a methodological manner.
As a noun methodology is
the study of methods used in a field.
In a methodological manner.
(domain) From the perspective of methodology.
* 1974 , , Deviant Logic: some philosophical issues ,
- Methodologically , Wiktionary represents an implementation of the descriptive approach to linguistics and specifically to grammar.
* 1992 , Frank Hutson Gregory, ,
- Since it is methodologically desirable that a test of an hypothesis should be as stringent as possible, the strongest possible logic should be used in deriving consequences from the hypothesis, so that its class of potential falsifiers should be as inclusive as possible.
* 2006 , Paul D. Hastings, Johanna Vyncke, Caroline Sullivan, Kelly E. McShane, Michael Benibgui, William Utendale, ,
- Once these things have been decided, collecting the real world data will be, methodologically , fairly simple.
English domain adverbs
- We first provide one example of a study with serious methodological limitations, and then give greater attention to methodologically superior studies.
The study of methods used in a field.
(proscribed) A collection of methods, practices, procedures and rules used by those who work in some field.
The implementation of such methods etc.
Etymologically, methodology' refers to the ''study'' of methods. Thus the use of '''methodology as a synonym for (methods) (or other simple terms such as ''means,'' ''technique,'' or ''procedure ) is proscribed as both inaccurate and pretentious.