empirical research

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Noun1.empirical research - an empirical search for knowledge
inquiry, research, enquiry - a search for knowledge; "their pottery deserves more research than it has received"
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This article deals with five significant facets of mission research as experienced within a Majority World mission movement: (1) the role of a mission researcher in the development of the Korean missionary movement, (2) empirical research as incarnational, (3) the significance of humility in integrating various disciplines, (4) the need to update the methodology of mission research, and (5) future prospects for mission research.
This proposal involves the training and development of an experienced researcher through: i) time spent in one of Europe s most innovative centres for human geography research; and ii) a new intra-disciplinary and comparative empirical research project.
Then the book opens to a wider community, and eight scholars, employing various types and degrees of empirical research, contribute to the conversation on ecclesiology and ethnography.
Understanding Body Movement: A Guide to Empirical Research on Nonverbal Behaviour
He has done in depth empirical research to grapple with an intriguing problem- why companies are keen to maximize customer satisfaction and at the same time want to maximize shareholder value.
In this special topic forum, we seek high quality conceptual and empirical research that addresses critical research issues related to managing supply chains in emerging economies.
STOCKHOLM (TAP)-Americans Thomas Sargent and Christopher Sims won the Nobel economics prize on Monday "for their empirical research on cause and effect in the macroeconomy," the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said.
The Editorial Board considers two types of manuscripts: first is theoretical and empirical research related to the discipline of economics.
The book includes a historical overview of the topic, a detailed review of the empirical research and an analysis of the implications of developing collective trust for long-term school reform.
Among specific topics are Lester Luborsky as a trailblazer in empirical research on psychoanalytic therapy, Klaus Grawe on a constant quest for a truly integrative and research-based psychotherapy, Clare E.
In social work, evidence from empirical research is integrated with professional understanding of sociocultural context--including clients' beliefs, values, and behaviors--as a guide to intervention (for example, Gambrill, 2006).

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