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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Research Methodology The methodology of research in Amazonia has had a trajectory somewhat comparable to that of North&nbsp;American archaeology. It begins with an early prescientific period of free-ranging observation and inference. Then comes an early scientific period of&nbsp;theoretical writing whose research is not explicitly&nbsp;oriented to theoretical problems. There is a final period&nbsp;of field research with explicit problem-oriented design&nbsp;and an expansion of research for cultural resource&nbsp;managment. In each period, however, there are many&nbsp;researchers who do not fit into the trajectory.\n \nDuring the prescientific period, scholars working in Amazonia noted a diversity of archaeological sites&nbsp;and materials but did not use systematic research&nbsp;methods or relate their findings to general theories.&nbsp;However, their important, open-minded empirical&nbsp;observations were the basis of an eventual rethinking&nbsp;of early modern scientific theory by scho') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Research Methodology The methodology of research in Amazonia has had a trajectory somewhat comparable to that of North&nbsp;American archaeology. It begins with an early prescientific period of free-ranging observation and inference. Then comes an early scientific period of&nbsp;theoretical writing whose research is not explicitly&nbsp;oriented to theoretical problems. There is a final period&nbsp;of field research with explicit problem-oriented design&nbsp;and an expansion of research for cultural resource&nbsp;managment. In each period, however, there are many&nbsp;researchers who do not fit into the trajectory.\n \nDuring the prescientific period, scholars working in Amazonia noted a diversity of archaeological sites&nbsp;and materials but did not use systematic research&nbsp;methods or relate their findings to general theories.&nbsp;However, their important, open-minded empirical&nbsp;observations were the basis of an eventual rethinking&nbsp;of early modern scientific theory by scho') AND id != 88864 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-09 03:27:03' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5