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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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The applicability of Miles and Snow's (1978) typology is widespread and it is applied in numerous settings investigating a number of measures and relationships.
This experiment was split into two distinct parts; 1) establishing the typology, and; 2) applying generalizability theory to evaluate the typology.
6) This obscured the fact that allegory bore a distinctively Christian heritage in a way that the term typology did not.
This paper posits that developing a typology of internationalization is a viable solution to this conundrum.
Typology Description of variables 1 All 73 variables 2 The 34 variables corresponding to the indicator parameters of hydrologic alteration obtained of IHA program 3 The 34 variables corresponding to parameters related to environmental flow components obtained from IHA program.
The obsessive-compulsive typology has many similarities to the previous paranoid typology where there is great emphasis on control of the organization and surveillance of the environment.
The robustness of the proposed typology lies in that, not only was it formulated based on a synthesis of earlier independently proposed theoretical domains, it had been further refined by testing against discretionary behaviours identified through interviews with 14 workers, and the resulting typology re-tested and refined again against interviews with another nine workers.
For example, the Casual/Passive/Non-Connector typology is the dominant mode of the oldest respondents and accounts for 35% of the social engagement universe.
In support of this initiative, FHWA examined recent crash data by developing a speeding-related crash typology.
The following is a typology for guiding student organizations through an assessment of their current involvement with diversity related goals and strategies within their campus environments.
The papers in this special issue of Linguistic Discovery are a selection of the presentations given at a workshop on semantic maps held adjacent to the seventh meeting of the Association of Linguistic Typology (ALT 7) on 29 September 2007 in Villejuif near Paris.