Replicability is said to be one of the principal aspects of the scientific inquiry; why is this so?
Why are peer-reviewed articles given more credence in academic circles? Do you believe this is good research practice? Explain your answer.
The most basic truth of inquiry is that it can be replicated over and over, including to larger populations or to other similar or same units. Since the point of proving theory is to make assumptions that apply to all of those persons, animals, plants, beings, and things (or ideas, behaviors, actions) when under the same circumstances, then the ability ...
Peer reviewed articles are emphasized.