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typology

 [ti-pol´ah-je]
the study of types; the science of classifying, as bacteria, according to type.
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In support of this initiative, FHWA examined recent crash data by developing a speeding-related crash typology. This summary report discusses the literature review FHWA conducted, the analysis methodology used, and the results.
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.
The purpose of this short article is to share Kellerman's typology of employee engagement.
Carter proposes a new typology in response to Niebuhr's, which includes an axis of violence versus nonviolence.
A chronologic typology depends on a sequence of safely datable specimens to which others can be compared, and such a corpus proved impossible to establish due to the problematic nature of the source material.
The studies that focus directly on subsidiary types try to test the empirical validity of some specific typology (Leong/Tan 1993 or Harzing 2000), or in some cases how such roles may be gained by a subsidiary (Birkinshaw 1996, 1997).
The critical review of McCarthy's typology is perhaps the most useful contribution of this study.
Briggeman, Asst Professor at Oklahoma State University, will speak on today's "Typology of U.S.
Estivill offers a useful typology of anti-exclusionary strategies that have been employed in different countries and he provides a set of recommendations for dealing with the problem.
While this might seem to be a rather constrained subject, something that could be well-paged by graphic designers who are interested in typography and typology, in point of fact, this book, which is sized (8.75 X 5.75-in) and bound with a flexible cover stock to resemble something that might be found in a glovebox, is engaging not so much from the point of view of Chapman's descriptions of the vehicle badges, but For his interesting and eclectic history of the various brands.
Not The Big Sleep: On Having Fun, Seriously is a love story heavily grounded in Jungian, typology, complexes, projection, active imagination, conflict, enatiodromia, the holding of tension, and transcendent function, Not The Big Sleep blends psychological precepts with eroticism, deep existential issues, and unfolding layers of the transforming psyche.