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Systematic-it is performed based on
a system or set of rules and principles.
Empirical-based on collected evidence through diverse methodologies such as questionnaires, observation, and others.
Logical-the evaluation follows the laws of the scientific knowledge regarding the event and its possible antecedents.
Inductive-from "particular" to "general".
Explanatory-helps to understand an event or issue.
Specific-analyze variables distinctively.
Replicable and valid-reproduces measures used in one setting that can be applied to the same phenomenon in other settings.