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How do I identify conceptual scholarship?

Conceptual scholarship focuses on the development, exploration, and analysis of ideas, theories, or concepts within a particular field of study. It emphasizes theoretical frameworks, critical thinking, and the examination of abstract concepts and their implications. This type of scholarship often involves synthesizing existing literature, proposing new theoretical frameworks, and engaging in philosophical inquiries to deepen understanding within a discipline.

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Conceptual and Theoretical Papers, chapter 18 of Understanding and Evaluating Research: A Critical Guide by Sue L. T. McGregor

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