Meaning of cumulativeness in English:



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‘Findings about an important society may be compared to findings from research in other world areas, thereby contributing to the quest for theoretical cumulativeness.’
  • ‘The distinctness and cumulativeness of the knowledge construct are not due to chance.’
  • ‘The matrix shows that the cumulativeness of the scale is not perfect, however.’
  • ‘One of its main defects is the lack of cumulativeness - the feature so natural for ‘normal’ scientific fields of research.’
  • ‘On the other hand, the tendency within the field that each tradition and even each researcher creates an idiosyncratic ‘artificial economic world’ is criticised; instead the advantages of some degree of cumulativeness in evolutionary economic modelling is emphasised in different ways.’