„If one does not know to which port one is sailing, no wind is favourable.”

Seneca, Roman philosopher and playwright


Chapter 2: Instructions


PrimerIntroduction to chapter 2
VideoUnit 0Agenda(01:05)
VideoUnit 1Context and relevance (02:51)
VideoUnit 2Accuracy(10:53)
BookSubchapter 2.2Read and take notespp. 27-32
VideoUnit 3Completeness(03:46)
BookSubchapter 2.3Read and take notespp. 32-33
VideoUnit 4Clarity(02:56)
BookSubchapter 2.4Read and take notespp. 33-34
VideoUnit 5Comparability(02:39)
BookSubchapter 2.5Read and take notespp. 35-36
VideoUnit 6Materiality(02:07)
BookSubchapter 2.6Read and take notespp. 36-38
VideoUnit 7Summary(01:39)
BookSubchapter 2.7.2Test your knowledge: question 1 to 22p. 39
BookSubchapter 2.7.3Solve the mini casesp. 40-42


Academic principles, accuracy, completeness, clarity, clearness, comparability, falsifiability, inter-subjective comprehensibility, materiality, perceptibility, proper composition, reliability, traceability, validity