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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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Window opening and use of central AC were also important in our generalizable warm-season model.
This is the challenge for researchers: people with disabilities do not seek generalizable information, but information that specifically relates to them.
Walker's cautionary note that the findings may not be generalizable to other jurisdictions.
Investigators want SMART to be acceptable to patients and clinicians, and they want the study's findings to reflect actual clinical practice and be widely generalizable.
These references to important examples from the right is not meant to suggest that Scott ought to have written a different book from the one he actually has, but rather to suggest that high modernism and social engineering have come together in a multiplicity of ways, and that the factors that have contributed to their convergence have often varied widely from those Scott appears to offer as generalizable from the Soviet debacle.
Research on the generalizable effects to larger ethnic, national, or racial groups is necessary in order to evaluate the outcomes of such programs.
Because of the very personal nature of observation and reporting, many discussions of qualitative research emphasize the possibility that the results of this type of research may be neither transferrable nor generalizable.
s analysis generalizable to the vast majority of faithful practitioners who are not theologians?
To date, there are no nationally generalizable empirical data on disability-based rehabilitation services.
Peck: So these findings are generalizable to the very elderly nursing home population?
The problem is an interesting one, generalizable to religious studies as a whole, although it is never fully addressed here.
At a minimum, two criteria must be satisfied: The sample size must be of sufficient size to permit inferences to be made about the population, and the sample must be representative of the population if the inferences are to be valid and generalizable.
Although the survey involves relatively small firms form only the states of Missouri and Illinois, and thus, might be considered not to be generalizable across the nation, there is no reason to believe that there would be any regional differences in results.
A methodological explanation is that many professionals do not want to receive an answer that may be generalizable.
On FMCSA's "fewer drivers working the maximum schedules" comment -- GAO says "Findings are not representative of the motor carrier industry and are not generalizable.