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evidence that comes from direct experience, scientifically gathered data, or experimentation
a technique in which the results of virtually all previous studies on a specific subject are evaluated together
general statements regarding trends among various dimensions of social life
a process that involves several research steps, including observation, hypothesis testing, analysis of data, and drawing conclusions