Distinguish between researchable and nonresearchable questions.

October 14, 2019



Researchable questions.


  • what all these questions have common is that we can collect data of some sort to answer them (at leas in part). That's what makes them researchable.
  • For example, a researcher can observe and interview in order to describe the functioning of an elementary school classroom.
  • To repeat, then what makes these questions researchable  is that some sort if information can be collected to answer them.


Nonresearchable questions.


  • there are other kinds of questions, however, that cannot be answered by collecting analyzing data. Here are two examples:
    1. Should philosophy be included in the high school curriculum?

    2. what is the meaning of life?
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