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Pseudonymization for research data collection: is the juice worth the squeeze?

Florian Kohlmayer, Ronald Lautenschläger, Fabian Prasser
2019 BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making  
The collection of data and biospecimens which characterize patients and probands in-depth is a core element of modern biomedical research.  ...  separately from data which is primarily needed for scientific analyses.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Klaus A. Kuhn for many insightful discussions on the topic.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12911-019-0905-x pmid:31484555 pmcid:PMC6727563 fatcat:m3gpyosiiraqzbuxbnma7uurmy

International scientific and practical conference CUTTING EDGE-SCIENCE

Collectives Authors
2021 Zenodo  
After students design instruments for data collection, we have them gather information inside and outside the classroom, individually, in pairs, or in groups.  ...  If students will secure information from aural input, we show them how to create a grid for systematic data collection to facilitate retrieval for comparison and analysis. 2.  ...  What good was it for him, what was the profit? "A believer, Haoma, the death-keeper, replied:" Vivaxvant was the first to squeeze my juice for the benefit of the whole world.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5758452 fatcat:3gko27fnqfazlmh2bwyqelauwa

Video diaries: audio-visual research methods and the elusive body

Charlotte Bates
2013 Visual Studies  
The article considers how observation is redesigned through the video camera and describes the different ways in which bodily experience can be represented on screen.  ...  This article addresses the concern to capture the elusive body from a methodological perspective and discusses the video diary as a novel device for attending to bodily experience.  ...  She squeezes one half into the glass, fingers working to release drips of juice that cloud the water. A wall clock indicates that it is 6:33am, seconds tick by.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1472586x.2013.765203 fatcat:qyfxzyc5vrcklkef27jm5ggnpy

Examining first-grade teachers' experiences and approaches regarding the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on teaching and learning

Elif Mercan Uzun, Eda Butun Kar, Yusuf Ozdemir
2021 Educational Process: International Journal  
In qualitative research, it is necessary to develop a valid data collection tool, to properly collect the study's data, and to be consistent in the data analysis (Yıldırım & Şimşek, 2016) .  ...  A semi-structured interview form was prepared by the researchers as a data collection tool.  ... 
doi:10.22521/edupij.2021.103.2 fatcat:b7gciujcnvcy7nmod6hxg3r2fu

Victims' experiences of learner challenging behaviour in primary schools in Phoenix, South Africa

Julie Shantone Rubbi Nunan, Department of Educational Psychology, School of Education, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
2018 South African Journal of Education  
Victims' experiences of learner challenging behaviour in South African primary schools are an ongoing problem that is cause for concern, where additionally, the parents of the perpetrators are unapologetic  ...  Future research ought to include the role of teachers in safeguarding learners against learner victimisation and challenging behaviour in primary schools.  ...  Discussion The focus of the article guided the data analysis and revealed three themes worth emphasising.  ... 
doi:10.15700/saje.v38ns1a1649 fatcat:q5ehoxhwurfppbyrw3x6pb4nqu

"This does my head in". Ethnographic study of self-management by people with diabetes

Susan Hinder, Trisha Greenhalgh
2012 BMC Health Services Research  
Self-management is rarely studied 'in the wild'. We sought to produce a richer understanding of how people live with diabetes and why self-management is challenging for some.  ...  We propose that the research agenda on living with diabetes be extended and the political economy of self-management systematically studied.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the study participants for their time and commitment to this research; health professionals and others who supported the study and helped recruit participants; the project steering  ... 
doi:10.1186/1472-6963-12-83 pmid:22458767 pmcid:PMC3349490 fatcat:nuwitx3xhvb6vaxmodwuzus5dy

Creativity in Arts and Sciences: A Survey [chapter]

André Heck
2001 Astrophysics and Space Science Library  
The motivation for this chapter lies in a survey on creativity among a significant number of artists and scientists (largely but not only astronomers) worldwide.  ...  It mainly illustrates there is no unique creativity process, although similarities abound between artistic and scientific creativity.  ...  Acknowledgments I am very grateful to individual artists and scientists who returned the survey questionnaires.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-010-0666-8_18 fatcat:beyhb2vei5gnbojp6yla3z32ze

Practical work in science education [chapter]

2002 Secondary Science  
The analysis of the data was recursive with a rigorous thematic approach.  ...  The motivation behind the research questions for this study arose from literature discussions and my personal experiences associated with practical work, teaching, learning and assessment in science education  ...  This research requires me as the researcher to choose a topic and conduct research on the topic through using individual interview method for all participants. What is this research project about?  ... 
doi:10.4324/9780203423721-13 fatcat:3x6orqztf5ehvnbsbxjoj7omh4


Annette Lareau
2012 Qualitative Sociology  
The results suggest researchers need to focus more on what fathers actually do in family life, particularly setting the tone in the fluid interactional character of family dynamics.  ...  the routines of family life.  ...  She supervises the children as they squeeze fresh orange juice, and she repeatedly prods them to get ready to go to church for a pageant rehearsal.  ... 
doi:10.1023/a:1005574724760 fatcat:2t3k7l5dxvdeblnvqtgobiionu

The View from the Lighted Schoolhouse: Conceptualizing Home-School Relations within a Class Size Reduction Reform

M. Elizabeth Graue, Melissa Sherfinski
2011 American Journal of Education  
JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content in a trusted digital archive.  ...  The University of Chicago Press is collaborating with JSTOR to digitize, preserve and extend access to American Journal of Education.  ...  Even relationships with families are framed in terms of supporting achievement, either through research that argues that parents' involvement is worth the investment for a payoff in student test scores  ... 
doi:10.1086/657890 fatcat:tyjnmdytcjfkbpn6633dnl7h4u

Pacific Rim Russian Librarianship: Forgotten Collectors for the Hoover Institution on Manchuria

Patricia Polansky
2007 Slavic & East European Information Resources  
Collecting efforts by the Hoover Institution among Russian émigrés in China is a little-known story, told in this article through the biographies of  ...  For all the great collections at the Hoover, it is often sad what is missing.  ...  The three examples below illustrate her thoughts, directions for her research, and ideas for what the Hoover should collect.  ... 
doi:10.1300/j167v07n04_07 fatcat:ovoi3nubvvcwlkzzbgmls2dkpa

Motivating Boys to Read: Inquiry, Modeling, and Choice Matter

Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey
2012 Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy  
For too many boys, classroom practices that limit choice, value compliance over purpose, and place the teacher as the keeper of all the knowledge, squeeze the vital juices out of the act of reading.  ...  ■ What is race and does it matter? ■ What is beauty and/or beautiful? ■ What is gender? ■ What's worth fighting, or even dying, for?  ... 
doi:10.1002/jaal.00070 fatcat:5fxbxo7nzvhqlmssriucad3ooy

Poisoning, sorcery and healing rituals in Negeri Sembilan

Michael J. Peletz
1988 Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde  
practices incorporated numerous elements of the Hindu-The data for this essay were collected during 16 months of fieldwork (December 1978 to May 1980 and subsequent archival research in Kuala Lumpur  ...  One reason for this emphasis is the widespread availability of data on beliefs and suspicions, coupled with the relative paucity of data on practice.  ... 
doi:10.1163/22134379-90003310 fatcat:4znys7zjvfggpjrqaf3mtdngze

Nurses' oral hygiene care practices with hospitalised older adults in postacute settings

Esther Coker, Jenny Ploeg, Sharon Kaasalainen, Nancy Carter
2016 International Journal of Older People Nursing  
given depends on the nurse, and (d) bedtime oral care, the most important time of day, is not part of the bedtime routine.  ...  When in hospital, older people often rely on nurses for help with oral care.  ...  Following this is a discussion of procedures related to the research design, data collection, data analysis and synthesis, and data interpretation.  ... 
doi:10.1111/opn.12124 pmid:27353475 fatcat:blzh3csnkrc4hnphci4mtdyuoq

Methods and Aspects of Field Research [chapter]

Francis Müller
2020 Bioarchaeology of Climate Change and Violence  
the question of the documentation of design ethnography research.  ...  These are dealt with here within the specific context of design ethnography, which is usually significantly shorter in duration than the typical ethnographies in anthropology and cultural sociology and  ...  Do we squeeze the juice out of it? Do we describe only the isolated orange or do we consider that it grows on a tree that needs water, light, and air? The questions proliferate.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-60396-0_5 fatcat:canrzo2w3vevrd6wt5h57lbdoa
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