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Hence, this study anchors its analysis of the introduction samples on the five-element pattern (Cargill and O'Connor, 2009) as follows: (1) general statements about the field of research to provide the readers with a setting or context for the problem under investigation and to claim its importance; (2) more specific statements about the aspects of the problem already studied by other researchers, laying a foundation of already known information; (3) statements indicating the need for more investigation, creating a gap or research niche for the present study to fill; (4) statements giving the purpose or objectives of the present study; and (5) optional statements that give a positive value or practical significance of the present study.
To examine the relationship between age of introduction of solid foods and allergic sensitisation at five years, researchers in Finland analysed data on breastfeeding, age of solid food introduction and allergen-specific immunoglobulin E (IgE) levels in 994 children with susceptibility to type-1 diabetes mellitus.
The planning for the overall program started as much as 12 months prior to the dealer introduction," Havens points out.
The conceptual issues presented in the introduction are only rarely addressed in the articles and one does not get the feeling of an imminent extension or a genuine rethinking of the subject.
This video from the American Dental Association is a wonderful introduction to chairside dental assisting.
This makes the numerical subdivision an example of, paradoxically, incarnational dialectic, namely: introduction (1) + chapter 1 and two sections (1+2) + chapter 2 and four sections (1+4) + chapter 3 and four sections (1+4).
Each book is a useful and concise (300 pages) introduction to a religious tradition, tying each to the other with references to similarities, juxtapositions, and historical interactions.
New food product introductions declined for the third consecutive year in 1998--a sharp reversal of the escalating increases prevalent during the previous three decades.
Louis (rather than Joplin, Missouri) and growing up in Cleveland, ignoring the important childhood years he spent in Lawrence and Topeka, Kansas, and his introduction to the theater and to black music in Kansas City.
Expertly edited by Jane Chisholm, The Usborne Introduction To Archaeology: Internet-Linked is co-authored by Abigail Wheatley and Struan Reid with the assistance of archaeology consultants Timothy Taylor and Norah Moloney.
Much of the more recent and innovative literature that appeared particularly in the 1990s is not cited in the introduction or bibliography, suggesting to this reviewer that she is not current with the historiography of the region published both in Mexico and the United States.
The introduction and notes are in English, and though the editor is Dutch I found only three minor errors in the English of his introduction.
I spent my time this month interviewing the principals involved in the Rave wheat herbicide introduction during the early months of 1999 and continuing with similar themes in 2000.
The newest book includes a brief introduction and twenty-one narratives from former Virginia slaves.
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