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verb assume, conclude, deal in generaliiies, discuss in the abstract, draw inferences, generatim, hypothesize, ignore distinctions, loqui, make a generalizaaion, suppose, surmise, theorize, universalize, universe
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This multiple case study provides a more generalisable result on how digital texts, through viewing and representing skills, merge with the collaboration of the participants iteratively to enable the meaning-making process (see Figure 3).
The purpose of clinical research, however, is to develop generalisable knowledge, which may or may not benefit the individual participant.
If future research is to further investigate this issue, a large random sample from all primary schools in the UK should be used to gather results that are generalisable to the entire population.
This makes poverty distant, African, and answerable to a generalisable statistical measure - not a social relation that plays out differently in different circumstances.
The sample size may be too small to draw generalisable conclusions in all instances and correlates.
3,7] However, although the PBL students were successful problem solvers, this was not generalisable to their clinical reasoning skills as applied to real patients in the long case examination.
12] Consequently, this paper makes no claims that findings are replicable or generalisable.
Also, unlike previous studies, this study had few exclusion criteria, making the results more generalisable and representative of our population (8).
Firstly, it was conducted with a sample of hospitality sector franchise systems and so results may not be generalisable to other contexts and industries.
While some of these findings may be transferable to other groups of midwives, they are not generalisable.
In this trial, participants were advised to increase their intake of polyunsaturated fatty acids, mainly from omega 6-linoleic acid, to 15% of total food energy, and the results may not be generalisable to lower linoleic acid intakes.
The results may, therefore, not be generalisable to vertically infected young people transitioning into adult HIV care.