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typology

 [ti-pol´ah-je]
the study of types; the science of classifying, as bacteria, according to type.

typology

/ty·pol·o·gy/ (ti-pol´ah-je) the study of types; the science of classifying, as bacteria according to type.

typology

the study of types; the science of classifying, as bacteria according to type.
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In this respect, the assumptions presented in Ogbu's typology seem theoretically weak or even faulty, and historically undemonstrable, especially if applied to highly heterogeneous ethnic groups such as African Americans, Latinos, Hawaiians, and American Indians, among many others in the United States.
However, the latter typology terms, together with others, in addition to some controversial terminologies create the present worldwide dilemma of typology and terminology.
Nonetheless, Peyrony's (1930: 171-2) model and his interpretation of these different traditions as the product of distinct tribes became the basis for Bordes' assemblage typology and his theoretical position.
The level of family adaptation in response to a crisis situation is determined by the pile-up of demands on or in the family system created by the crisis situation, life cycle changes, and unresolved strains; interacting with the family's level of regenerativity determined in part by the concurrent pile-up of stressors, transitions, and strains; interacting with the family's typology (e.
The analysis is the identification of points of disagreement and moments of impact of a launch of a new typology of social services in practice.
WHO (1996) suggested the following typology to be adopted as a unified worldwide classification of FGM:
In order to examine the sense of community and rural community change, Salamon utilized a community ethnographic method supplemented by additional research methods, and she devised a typology to examine four community dimension indicators which consisted of (1) public space and place; (2) interconnections; (3) social resources; and (4) cross-age relations.
Reworking the Victorian roof typology minimizes distracting views, while providing excellent daylighting and flexible hanging space throughout.
Hejduk eschewed traditional typology for anthropomorphic and animal-like buildings that were hybrids of simple abstract geometries and idiosyncratic figuration.
Aemilia Lanyer uses the genealogical model of promise, fulfillment, and supersedure implied by biblical typology and the vindication of the godly implied in scriptural apocalypse to accomplish several related aims: to represent her dedicatees as biblical types; to fashion Margaret, Countess of Cumberland, as the apotheosized Christian woman; to write women's literary history.
The article also includes a threat assessment typology recently developed by the FBI to assist agencies in determining the threat level posed by individual militia groups.
s (1980) perspective, Coulton (1981), focusing on health care interventions in her person-environment fit model, suggests a typology of intervention strategies according to both goal of intervention (i.