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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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Further, because the survey was of ICT professional workers and not ICT firms per se, this result is more likely to be generalisable across organisations in a range of sectors, rather than ICT firms alone.
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).
If research is poorly conducted or methodologically unsound, it cannot be said to be generalisable.
Among the limitations of the present study is that the population was from Kerman province and the results may therefore not be generalisable to other populations.
it said little about the chances of a generalisable solution.
To ensure results are generalisable, the sample used must be statistically representative of the population in question (Johnson & Christensen, 2004).
More research is indicated and it would be interesting to see if the results are generalisable to a larger patient sample.
While understanding that the findings are partially subjective, the author argues that the proposed methods 'per se' are generalisable within multidisciplinary fields of research and that their application would greatly improve the academic standing of Internet studies.
Nature trails and field studies so common in primary schools are practical activities which cohere with the view of knowledge that careful observations can produce an objective data-base from which emerge generalisable understandings about the environment.
REGARDS included a broad, generalisable population for the validation and elucidation of priorly reported racial and geographical differences in the risk of stroke and cardiovascular events and comprises seven-year outcomes results.
Owing to similarities in suppliers and the way procedures are done, the results of this study are generalisable to the whole of Swaziland, including private facilities.