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Suffering a sudden attack or convulsion, such as an epileptic seizure.

fitting

Technique and art of selecting and adjusting spectacles or contact lenses following a visual examination. See optical dispensing.

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Q. I mean what this fitness is all about….. I know nutritious diet is important for good health but why is the need for fitness …..I mean what this fitness is all about…..

A. Fitness can help you live longer and has been proven to help the body, muscles, bones not age as much as if you were inactive...

Q. What does the concept of fitness stands for?

A. Dagmar said it well.

Q. what does fitness include?

A. The term 'fitness' refers to general fitness (a state of health and well-being) and specific fitness (the ability to perform specific aspects of sports or occupations).Physical fitness is the functioning of the heart, blood vessels, lungs, and muscles to function at optimum efficiency, therefore, it is now defined as the body’s ability to function efficiently.

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However, qualitative research concerns itself with fittingness rather than generalizability--that is, the extent to which the findings of the study apply to contexts familiar to the reader.
Findings were extracted from the descriptive data drawn directly from the siblings' spoken words, thereby enhancing the fittingness of the findings; that is, "the findings of the study ...
For Guba and Lincolin (quoted in Schofield 2002: 178) the concept of "fittingness" with its emphasis on analyzing the degree to which the situation studied matches other situations in which one is interested, provides a more realistic and workable way of thinking about the generalizability of qualitative research results than do more classical approaches.
These measures supported the credibility, fittingness, and confirmability of the findings.
Recent studies have emphasized how thoroughly Edwards grounded his life's work on conceptions of beauty, harmony, and ethical fittingness, and how central The Enlightenment was to his mindset.
In general, design is an iterative activity that involves the continuous generation of a design artifact and the evaluation of its fittingness to requirements.
The results also showed that the back pain was significantly associated with the fittingness of driver's seat, the driven distance, the roughness of road which related to the amount of vibrations and work-related stress, as well as, their working history.
The first included Sale and Brazil's (2004) criteria: (1) internal validity for quantitative findings and credibility for qualitative findings, (2) external validity for quantitative findings and transferability or fittingness for qualitative findings, (3) reliability for quantitative findings and dependability for qualitative findings, and (4) objectivity for quantitative findings and confirmability for qualitative findings (specific criteria are listed in Table 3).
(2) Transferability or "generalizability or fittingness of study findings to other settings" (Jackson 2003, 183) was judged by the relevance of emerging themes to other studies of perception of environmental risk in place.
Rigour was addressed by establishing creditability, fittingness, auditability and confirmability (Guba & Lincoln, 1989).
The required 'logical' phenomenology may be developed in terms of the concept of 'fittingness'.
Rigour was established using credibility, auditability, fittingness, and confirmability (Schneider, Elliot, LoBiondo-Wood, & Haber, 2003) to ensure processes for data collection, analysis, and the final outcome were trustworthy and reflected the women's stories in a way they recognised.