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a number of individuals making up or considered a unit

a group of people sharing an interest, activity, or achievement

to distribute into groups according to kinds

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(chemistry) two or more atoms bound together as a single unit and forming part of a molecule

a set that is closed, associative, has an identity element and every element has an inverse

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Kigongo-Bukenya (2003) used focus group discussion to review curriculum strengths and weaknesses in some African LIS schools.
So far, focus group interview is mostly applied in business studies in Taiwan, and is not widely adopted in other academic areas.
Participants in the Kenyan focus group also endorsed changing their beliefs after a traumatic event, expressed in the following two themes; Punishing God Reappraisal (F = 1, 142%.
Focus group research can be used as a form of a pretest for future quantitative or qualitative research, such as survey research.
Inappropriate touching was the most commonly reported behavior in the study, mentioned in 38% of focus groups by 7% of participants.
Sim (27) maintains that even if divergent views do not arise within a focus group interview, this may be due to group dynamics rather than actual consensus.
The same rules apply to focus groups, interviews, focus panels and any other method of gathering information.
Participants in the focus groups and public deliberations explored how and where Americans might draw lines between protecting the U.
The focus group that undertook a preliminary evaluation of History Trek certainly considered this kind of restricted subject coverage to be a great virtue in comparison with the very general coverage of other portals they had used, whether "adult" or for children.
While Lee Smith prefers focus groups, he emphasized that they should be undertaken along with surveys and the more informal means of feedback, such as phone conversations by you and customer reps, and attending their association meetings.
In New Lives focus group interviews, pregnant and parenting teens expressed a need for spiritual guidance to be incorporated into a support and mentoring program (Shaw et al.
Focus group methods can be used by environmental health researchers at a number of points in the research enterprise, from planning studies to assessing quality during implementation to deciphering the meaning of quantitative results.
Even with aided awareness, USDA Rural Development was barely recognized by focus group attendees.
Each focus group typically has two moderators--one main person to ask the questions and interact with the participants and one assistant moderator to take notes and ensure all is running smoothly.
The instrument's modules and their individual items were selected and revised based on focus group discussions.