Because the research base consists of a relatively small number of ethnographic studies of Progressive Pentecostal churches spread over a number of countries, I wish to avoid overgeneralizing
and encourage the reader to do the same.
Avoid stereotyping, essentializing, and overgeneralizing
The four relational models provide a useful lens for making sense of an unfamiliar cultural environment, but as with any social lens, caution is needed to prevent overgeneralizing
At the risk of overgeneralizing
, those who remained tended to focus on early stages of the life cycle and too often possessed insufficient experience overseeing increasingly complex technical or sus-tainment-planning activities necessary to achieve efficient and effective long-term product support outcomes.
The chapter begins with a brief, introduction-like section on preliminary considerations in which the author levels criticism against previous studies written about the Anglo-Norse contact situation for being biased and vastly overgeneralizing
, and surveys some of the historical documents and early scholarly papers written on the questions of Norse migration and the language that might have been in use during the Norse presence in England.
Some comments seem dismissive of the experience itself, invalidating the experiencer, overgeneralizing
, and based on opinion rather than objective data.
from limited evidence, even when based on a historical or cultural population study, shows a lack of currency with the equivocal findings in our field, which refute orthodox beliefs promulgated by old and new food fundamentalists.
2006) cautioned against overgeneralizing
the results of efficacy trials and recommended paying closer attention to issues of ecological and population validity.
Kim's explanation of postmodernist conceptions of ideology doesn't answer why postmodernists may be more susceptible to overgeneralizing
than, say, Kim would be.
He certainly acknowledges this diversity, but he tends toward overgeneralizing
, especially when discussing the fundamentalist threat in the concluding chapter.
Furthermore, it has been clear from the analysis that the participants' errors denote their immature level of English knowledge as evidenced in the conscious employment of certain strategies like those of overgeneralizing
second language rules and transferring a rule from their mother tongue, or a lack of access to a particular structure that is far beyond their lexical understanding.
2004) In search of golden rules: Comment on hypothesis-testing approaches to setting cutoff values for fit indexes and dangers in overgeneralizing
Hu & Bentler's (1999) findings.