Methodology Why methodology

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Why methodology
In every piece of communication, the first thing we need to assume is that everybody has a bias (pov). We should try to be unbiased in our work. The first thing that we need to accept and acknowledge is that we are not neutral and if we do not declare our biases, readers will be confused while reading it. It makes our writing less solid and less clear to the readers and more open to criticism.
While writing a newspaper article, most don't declare their bias and most people see their inclination or bias.
*I would have to employ the idea of feminism and also…
There are many branches of feminism, psychoanalytic feminism or…
When writing a research proposal, the implicit bias that we have has to be declared using one of the methodology. We declare our bias because we accept that we have that bias and we are not apologetic about it, and also we can defend it whenever we are required to.
Terry Eglton also talked about the need of the methodology - in 1985, he says that there is no non political theory, when anyone says that they don't have a methodology and they are just writing something that is neutral but this actually boasters a mainstream idea, they make it sound like it is a universal theory/truth. His conclusion states- “Every literary theory…prime minister and the monarch”.(screenshot)
Note some highlighted parts from his theory, taken in the screenshot.

•What are you trying to do with your research paper would actually help you with your methodology.

•Correct the thesis statement based on WHAT, WHY and HOW

How to employ a methodology
How will a declared methodology appear in our writing, how readers would differentiate it from other methodology. So there are certain terms that should appear in your research paper which will help readers to guess what your methodology is, below is the list of few words :-

Feminism - patriarchy, sexism, misogyny, LGBTQ+, cis gender, trans gender, gender fluidity, victim blaming, non binary, no means no, male gaze, privilege, multivocal, abuse, commodification or objectification of women, empowerment

Psycho-analytical feminism - neurosis, subconscious, unconscious, pleasure principle, psychosis, sublimation

Marxist feminism - alienation, capitalism, commodification, class, means of production, labour, hegemony, materialism, private property

Popular culture - consumer

Disability theory
Critical discourse theory
Deconstruction theory - almost everyone is using this theory

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