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fieldwork

(fēld′wŏrk)
Studies and practical experience gained during the direct observation and care of patients. It is used to supplement and broaden the education of students, usually in addition to academic study performed in the classroom, home, or library. Fieldwork is also used in ethnographic nursing research.
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2018 in front of B'Tselem's fieldworker, Abdel-Karim Sa'di, Samaher Awad described what happened next as follows: I was carrying my two-year-old son Karam and he was crying and hugging my chest.
It was the sense of making a difference that differentiated a fieldworker who intended to leave the organisation from the others, as she had lost faith that a perceptible difference could be made on a larger societal scale.
Just as the visual artist gets access to parts of his own mind through artistic practice, the toponymic fieldworker, or 'toponymic artist', gets access to areas of the namer's mind and apprehension through the acquisition of names.
FieldWorker will continue to operate under its existing brand name as a subsidiary of CI.
If someone in a community asked for information on a particular problem, or if a fieldworker identified an issue that needed to be addressed, a film could be created or a conference organized.
There may be no better illustration of the value to the fieldworker of being able to perform something in return, and Ennis was so talented that he became an attraction in himself.
FGs were audiotaped and translated and transcribed by the fieldworker, or (for Arabic and Cantonese groups) bilingual university students.
All these prescriptions and advice reflect strong heteronormative presumptions about fieldworker identity and safety.
She focuses on these issues over others that may arise in feminist fieldwork because of their relevance to her experience as a fieldworker studying Renewal, a holistic health center.
As a set of vignettes, each essay brings forth a particular perspective on Strehlow the individual, the son of a missionary, the fieldworker and his legacy, and the missionary thread which moved from his missionary father to the son who was not a missionary.
Eskdale District of the Yorkshire Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs has secured special funding to employ a fieldworker for a year.
To do so, I draw on my own experiences as a fieldworker facing increasing disability.