Definition - What does Interpretive Science mean?
Interpretive science is any scientific field, especially sociology, which aims to consider the subjective viewpoints or experiences of the individual and how they have a bearing on facts that are being considered. Interpretive science understands that subjective experience and individual viewpoint can colour facts and influence the understanding of the truth of a matter and aims to avoid inaccuracies that can result through this pitfall.
Safeopedia explains Interpretive Science
The primary tactic that is used to eliminate the possible inaccuracies which can be created by subjective viewpoint in interpretive sciences is that of considering multiple viewpoints and removing biases or finding the universal truth that crosses all viewpoints. Interpretive sciences can be contrasted with both critical and positive sciences, which take different approaches to a field of study and a pursuit of knowledge.