morphew

morphew

(ˈmɔːfjuː)
n
1. a blemish on the skin
2. a skin lesion or blister caused by scurvy
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Content analysis, a method that originated from the communication sciences, is an empirical method that can be used to examine text and images in order to identify messages and meanings (Hartley & Morphew, 2008; Krippendorff, 2013).
Numerous research studies have shown that there is a negative connotation attached to being a gay athlete (see Barber & Krane, 2007; Blum, 1994; Elfman, 2007; Griffin, 1999; Jellison, McConnell, & Gabriel, 2003; Kimball, 1995; Knight & Giuliano, 2003; Krane & Barber, 2005; Muska, 2001; Short, 2007; Wolf-Wendel, Toma, & Morphew, 2001).
Morphew (2012) further suggested that collaborative experiences between teachers and students, acknowledging both as important contributing members to the learning environment, could enhance creativity.
Morphew, A constructivist approach to the national educational technology standards for teachers, International Society for Technology in Education, 2012.
On the contrary, when there is trust in the system being used, operators will be more reliant on it (Parasuraman, Sheridan, and Wickens 2008), and their performance may be superior to each (human or system) acting alone (Wickens, Gempler, and Morphew 2000).
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Otros autores sostienen que la demanda masiva de educacion superior (Neave, 2000), la competencia entre instituciones (Aldrich, 2008) y la accion del gobierno (Huisman y Morphew, 1998; Cosentino, 2003) pueden contribuir a la diversidad institucional.
As a more market-centered approach is taken, issues like competition, reliance on market mechanisms, customer demand, and the adoption of businesslike perspectives grow in importance (Eckel 2007; Eckel, Couturier, and Luu 2005; McLendon and Mokher 2009; Morphew and Eckel 2009).