All three methodological approaches involve safeguards to regulate objectivity.
This is not the same as objectivism. Each has its own "norms for
proceeding with a particular form of inquiry in a rational manner."
However, because of the orientation of each theory, the end results
Based upon these difference, critical theory does not seem to be a theory that should be adopted by sociologists. It belongs more in the realm of politics and legislation. Critical theory in that
context could take advantage of scientific inquiry by both positivistic
and interpretive sociologists to make determinations about social change.
If indeed critical theorist are to be involved in sociological study, full disclosure of prejudices and objectives would be needed for any inquiry to be beneficial and trustworthy. Postpositivism remains
the best approach for observing the exteriors of society.
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