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  • Social Researchers
  • Offering a unique approach to numerical research methods, Analyzing Quantitative Data: An Introduction for Social Researchers presents readers with the necessary statistical applications for carrying out the key phases of conducting and evaluating a research project. (wiley.com)
  • Anthropologists, like other social researchers, are faced increasingly with competing duties, obligations and conflicts of interest, with the need to make implicit or explicit choices between values and between the interests of different individuals and groups. (theasa.org)
  • practices
  • Investigations into the trial described many troubling safety practices, such as steep increases in dose levels delivered to sequential subjects without sufficient delays to check for safety. (nature.com)
  • This case demonstrates McLUHAN's claim that new technologies invariably initiate new practices and modes of being, and urges researchers to attend to how we are both shaping and being shaped by software. (qualitative-research.net)
  • It deliberately avoids a techno-celebratory approach and, instead, interprets children's everyday practices of internet use in relation to the complex and changing historical and cultural conditions of childhood in late modernity. (wiley.com)
  • We are thus seeing that a moderate amount of exercise will significantly impact the subjects' daily practices," says Astrid Jespersen, ethnologist and associate professor at the Faculty of Humanities. (bio-medicine.org)
  • RESEARCH
  • The feature article published recently in the Royal Society of Chemistry journal Nanoscale gathers research about the separation and fundamental characteristics of armchair carbon nanotubes, which have been of particular interest to researchers trying to tune their electronic and optical properties. (rice.edu)
  • Originally developed by researchers themselves and continuously revised to meet their changing needs (GIBBS, FRIESE & MANGABEIRA, 2002), CAQDAS programs are designed to assist with data storage and analysis, research management, and theory development. (qualitative-research.net)
  • Some programs even allow multiple researchers to simultaneously access their data thereby facilitating research collaboration (WOODS & DEMPSTER, 2011). (qualitative-research.net)
  • AMHERST, Mass. - The National Institute of Deafness and Communication Disorders, a branch of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), has awarded a $2.7 million contract to researchers at the University of Massachusetts for a six-year research project to study the speech and language patterns of African-American children. (umass.edu)
  • Emphasis is on socio-cultural diversity as documented by ethnographic research with attention to the role of culture in articulating gender, kinship, economic and political relations. (carleton.ca)
  • Topics include political, socio-economic, and cultural transformations, Aboriginal title and rights, collaborative research, and other topics relevant to indigenous communities and indigenous - non-indigenous relations. (carleton.ca)
  • 1 It should be noted that although there has been an increase in research with ELs in STEM subjects, there are few large-scale systematic studies to demonstrate widespread effectiveness of particular strategies and approaches (see National Research Council, 1992 , for similar issues related to bilingual education). (nap.edu)
  • Such issues have not been fully addressed in contemporary bioethics because of the field's preoccupation with two particular frames: the clinical frame, in which ethical analysis is organized around physician-patient relationships, and the human subjects research frame, in which analysis is organized around researcher-subject relationships. (forensic-psych.com)
  • They should do their utmost to ensure that they leave a research field in a state which permits future access by other researchers. (theasa.org)
  • They follow the educational model for professional codes, aiming to alert researchers to issues that raise ethical concerns or to potential problems and conflicts of interests that might arise in the research process. (theasa.org)
  • neurological
  • Four of five other subjects receiving the same dose have serious, ongoing neurological complications. (nature.com)
  • In his experiment, he injected the additive directly into white laboratory mice and found that the tests caused a number of neurological problems in his subjects, including brain lesions or impaired development. (pri.org)
  • Thus
  • Our main innovation is to stress the dialectic between interpersonal modes of oppression and structural forms of oppression, thus extending the labour relations agenda to include interpersonal violence, sexual acts used to control or manipulate others, and other dyadic interactions that support and perhaps embody structural forms of oppression. (yorku.ca)
  • processes
  • This paper summarizes what kind of aspects are understood, and what is not, about fundamental optical processes in nanotubes and will make it easier for researchers to identify their spectroscopic features and transition energies. (rice.edu)
  • Unequal, uneven development processes create diversity in labour relations. (yorku.ca)
  • human
  • But there are problems relating Olney's experiments to human subjects. (pri.org)
  • Furthermore, Olney injected the MSG into his mouse subjects in doses that were actually fit for horses - far higher than what any human would ever consume. (pri.org)
  • Scientists, no matter how dedicated, were understandably unwilling to allow lice to live on them, or to ask human subjects to do the same. (umass.edu)
  • Researchers recently added small, upright thatches of human hair to the apparatus, which the lice responded to with enthusiasm. (umass.edu)
  • Clark notes that researchers are still perfecting the "scalp" but preliminary results are very promising and its use eliminates direct human involvement. (umass.edu)
  • The common element is a view of resistance as embodied and aiming to radically transform the spaces of domination and oppression perceived to be limiting the human rights of the subject. (lincoln.ac.uk)
  • project
  • the subject may be an individual or many people who are united precisely in that they are pursuing the same project. (blogspot.com)
  • potential
  • In the wake of the tragedies, the French medicines safety agency (ANSM) ordered an examination of the information that the drug developer, Bial, based in Trofa, Portugal, had supplied to ethics committees and potential researchers before the trial (see go.nature.com/2j88gqy ). (nature.com)
  • individuals
  • Because the researchers stratified individuals by polymorphisms in the sodium-dependent vitamin C transporter (SLC23A1), they found some individuals (GG genotype) had 25% higher vitamin C concentrations than others (AA genotype). (dsm.com)
  • results
  • The fMRI results showed the researchers that the increased dopamine activity occured both during periods of anticipation of hearing the favorite bits of music and during the listening experience itself -- although different parts of the brain were involved. (latimes.com)
  • paper
  • Two developers of the current version, Weihua Zheng, a postdoctoral researcher at Rice, and Nicholas Schafer, a graduate student, are co-authors of the new paper, the latest in a series on folding dynamics dependent on the software. (rice.edu)
  • view
  • SUBJECT : IR WRITER QUALIFICATION : MIN [url removed, login to view] in related domain. (freelancer.com)
  • By contrast, Brass (1990, 1992 , 1997a ) and Miles ( 1987 ) take an opposing view that unfree relations are compatible with capitalism, comprising part of capitalists' assault on the autonomy and wages of labour. (yorku.ca)
  • terms
  • To resolve those features, Blunden attempts an "immanent critique" (p.4), one that is conducted solely through the voice of the subject matter-that is, one that offers a critique solely on the terms of the subject matter being critiqued. (blogspot.com)
  • series
  • Here you can browse our new titles, find out more about key texts, series and authors, or search by subject area or text type. (routledge.com)
  • levels
  • The subjects in the test group that exercised the least talk about increased energy levels and a higher motivation for exercising and pursuing a healthy everyday life. (bio-medicine.org)