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It reports on the development of patterns from ethnographic studies in a number of work environments. ... Our particular interest is in the possibilities surrounding the use of patterns as a means of organising, presenting and representing this growing corpus of ethnographic material and in the contribution ... Acknowledgements We would like to thank John Hughes, Wes Sharrock, and Tom Erickson for their comments and contributions to the research reported in this paper. ...doi:10.1007/0-306-48019-0_3 dblp:conf/ecscw/MartinRRSV01 fatcat:lnvnrgoesncgtplpewpj4ogdf4
Fieldwork activities were incorporated to further trigger and sustain the online KF discussions in order to facilitate idea improvement and conceptual progress. ... Toulmin's Argument Pattern (Toulmin, 1958) was used as a tool to analyse the KF discourse pertaining to students' co-construction of arguments. ... Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the students of Primary 5G, Nan Hua Primary School and their teacher Mdm Ng Li Hwang for their participation in this research study. ...dblp:conf/icls/FooL06 fatcat:nhqd2hcqhvfrfe4eu3n5kapcci
During the supervised home visit, GT and field supervisors observed the fieldworker interviewing the mother, then examined the infant(s) and recorded findings independently. ... During these visits, GT and field supervisors observed the fieldworker interviewing mothers, and examined infants and recorded findings independently. ...doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2017-018185 pmid:28851802 pmcid:PMC5724066 fatcat:eg5ao6dwvjd4vem7koesmf7chm
An online survey was conducted of 225 occupational therapy (OT) practitioners living in the rural states of North Dakota and Wyoming to explore practice patterns and the influence of the college experience ... ABSTRACT An online survey was conducted of 225 occupational therapy (OT) practitioners living in the rural states of North Dakota and Wyoming to explore practice patterns and the influence of the college ... Acknowledgements Thank you to the occupational therapists from North Dakota and Wyoming who contributed to this study. ...doi:10.26681/jote.2018.020307 fatcat:xlgcrq6zyza6dch6ex5fr36vbq
The question in the title was addressed by dividing the elements of geoscience fieldwork into eight different strands and then subdividing these into different items addressed during fieldwork. ... Meanwhile raising awareness amongst teachers of geoscience fieldwork that there is the opportunity to teach elements of fieldwork in order of increasing difficulty, as identified in the research, should ... The Research Question The question of 'What pattern of progression in geoscience fieldwork can be recognised by geoscience educators?' ...doi:10.3390/geosciences9050192 fatcat:nvhhsqr66va33gqafmf645huvq
During the fieldwork, a pilot group managed their fieldobservations using GIS and made digital maps. Students praise the use of quantitative digital maps in the preparation. ... Students use GIS in preparation to explore their research area using an elevation model and satellite images, formulate hypotheses and plan the fieldwork. ... Acknowledgements We are grateful for the support of the fieldwork staff and students for their cooperation. ...doi:10.1080/03098265.2017.1291587 fatcat:btsrm2reavgv3plccp45k56y7i
Discussion and Debate and hardest to find, thus leading to much speculation, he asks “Have we yet estab- lished appropriate priorities in fieldwork?” ... Austral Islands and Southern Cook Islands Moving to the Austral Islands directly to the south, we find the major archeological fieldwork and the resulting study focused squarely on the “Classic Period” ...
Anthropologists study people in groups and resist the idea that social patterns derive from individual volition, but they have adopted a very different idea about fieldwork, which they claim should be ... her findings and the veracity of the ethnography. ...
Understanding the changing patterns of air temperature in Yobe State is instrumental in establishing the manifestation of Climate Change in the area and to enables the policy makers to design the best ... This study examined the changing patterns of temperature in Yobe State as an evidence of Climate Change. ... This finding is in tandem with the finding of Yusuf et al. ...doi:10.9734/ajgr/2021/v4i130126 fatcat:wme6bzrfpfbzbha4hmmxbov3nm
The third chapter engages with secondary literature on the changing dynamics of exploitation in rural South India in recent decades, against which the remaining chapters discuss fieldwork findings. ... The discussion of the fieldwork material (Chapter Three) is set up with a thorough engagement with secondary literature and statistics that highlight key changes in class relations in rural India in the ... against the fieldwork findings from Karnataka. ...doi:10.15173/glj.v9i1.3381 fatcat:3eakituj55faxb6maf6i5wntby
The Canadian Review of Sociology
In the post-Second-World-War period, however, I think we find an emphasis on methodological rigour and in the direction of problem-oriented research. ... Honigmann did nearly a full year’s fieldwork at Attawapiskat in 1947-8, wintering at the post and returning for a summer in 1955. ...
This material was designed for first-year undergraduate Earth Sciences students, in preparation to a fieldwork in the French Alps. ... The fieldwork and this guide focuses on understanding the geology and geomorphology. ... Make the following maps: Example legends are available in the appendix of this document and in the fieldwork manual. Do not try to find everything that is in the example legend. ...doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.3472940.v1 fatcat:6aqgoq6gwzdovlwad2cxynq6mu
Journal of Advertising Research
Discussion of Findings The limited scale of the fieldwork must make us treat the findings with the greatest of caution. ... Stage 2—Fieldwork The licking frequency data were locked away so that no one but the observer concerned knew the findings for his observed list. ...
Although cross-cultural approaches might suggest such a deemphasis, it is still disappoint- ing to find this volume including so little on the variety of drinking patterns in the United States. ... The main value of the book lies not in pro- grammatic statements about how to conduct fieldwork, but rather in its descriptions, which permit us to glimpse the fieldworker struggling for perspective on ...doi:10.1525/aa.1979.81.1.02a01050 fatcat:352yjhcrdrfs5fpexagxs6lupi
In order to show the degree of the dependence of the FTE index on the operational features, a number of 864 scenarios derived from the consideration of six sample field shapes, three conventional fieldwork ... patterns, four driving directions, and twelve combinations of machine unit kinematics and implement width were evaluated by the developed tool. ... Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. ...doi:10.3390/app10010329 fatcat:f25cjdkpcbcivd3n6takkx4gxe
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