QuestionsWhat is the “Interpretation” stage in comparative analysis?
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This stage involves an analysis of the facts using methods of different social sciences. For example, the researcher could use perspectives from sociology to explain the varying attitudes of pupils towards social science studies. Factors in the contextual background, such as historical, geographical, socioeconomic, and political factors, can be used to explain the issues that have shaped the educational system.