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Hypothesis Analysis in Library and Information Science

K. Rajaram, S Jeyachitra, BS Swaroop Rani



Hypotheses can be regarded as suggestions of possible connections between actual facts or imagined ones. The question of the truth of hypotheses need not, therefore, always be raised. The necessary feature of a hypothesis, from this point of view, is that it should be stable in a determinate form, so that implications can be discovered by logical means.

Keywords: Hypothesis and scientific method, need and purpose, collection of data

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Rajaram K, Jeyachitra S, Swaroop Rani BS. Hypothesis analysis in library and information science. Journal of Communication Engineering & Systems. 2015; 5(3): 36–43p.

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