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to make universal

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draw from specific cases for more general cases

become systemic and spread throughout the body

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By its nature, a guide for practice has to be a generalisable principle that applies in most situations but if each is different (and different in its own special way), then such principles cannot exist.
This is important in order to gain a wider and more generalisable picture of how parents make--and can be helped to make--optimal arrangements for their children after separation.
It may or may not be generalisable to hospitals beyond Victoria, in part because of possible differences between Health Information Service business functions.
Despite results from this study no cause and effect relationship can be claimed and results for this small-scale study cannot be viewed as being generalisable across a range of early childhood contexts.
The purpose of the argument so far has been to demonstrate that interpretive data are firstly context dependent, and that based on this context, they are then generalisable, in a 'moderatum' and theoretical way to further related contexts in time and space.
As a result, these tables may not be generalisable to the post-surgical population.
Observational studies incorporating patient choice, although influenced by a number of factors, most accurately reflect the 'real life' situation and thus have high external validity and produce generalisable findings [36].
Intrinsic attributes were defined as those specific to a particular service rather than generalisable across services like price and service specific features.
The choice of account also involves a generalisable notion of finiteness (as espoused here) vs.
A major limitation of this integration framework is that it is not generalisable, particularly across all organisational contexts (Johns 2001), which may exert unique determining factors on the variables in each study (e.
Il est essentiel que les technologies informatisees permettent un developpement flexible, generalisable et transferable des competences.
While this book is physiotherapy-specific, the content is generalisable to other allied health care professions.
It is hoped that emerging practice or service examples, together with related evidence, will draw generalisable lessons that can be shared across different societies.
While these trials are important in the early stages of material development, the results from such trials are not always generalisable and high drop out rates are common [Chadwick et al.