However, she judicially uses the information she possesses and does not overgeneralize
on the basis of limited knowledge.
And a caveat, a reminder, that Altemeyer repeats throughout the book: We should all temper 'our natural tendency to overgeneralize
A more serious issue, however, lies with the authors tendency to overgeneralize
the often scanty cases as reflective of main trends among the Muslim masses, and to draw conclusions that undermine the careful effort he has made.
We don't want to overgeneralize
that errors are happening in an uncontrolled way.
The first being insufficient social awareness of harassment as a form of violence, and the second being the government's tendency to overgeneralize
when creating solutions to prevent harassment .
BNSF's tendencies to overgeneralize
plans for improving coal deliveries have annoyed coal users and grain shippers alike.
Only one study explained that subjects with PTSD tend to overgeneralize
memories compared to subjects with or without traumatic experiences and with no PTSD (LaGarde et al.
The conclusion should be that it is dangerous to overgeneralize
because each type of server has different trend characteristics.
Fluoride opponents selectively choose and overgeneralize
research findings to fuel public concern about risks associated with community water fluoridation.
In a recent issue of the "Journal of Developmental Education," Alexandros Goudas and Hunter Boylan (2012) aimed several criticisms at this body of work, with the key claims being that: (1) the authors unfairly portray developmental education as ineffective because it does not lead to outcomes "better" than those of college-ready students; (2) they ignore several studies showing positive results; and (3) they overgeneralize
from results that are only valid for students near the developmental cut-off scores.
Although these cultural themes dominate the life of the Chinese in many ways, Chen stresses that we should be cautious and not overgeneralize
a particular cultural group by viewing them with only a handful of cultural factors.
Although it is important not to overgeneralize
, a plethora of examples from the larger field of education research illustrates the point that for scholars who have experienced marginalization and been academically successful, acknowledging multiple realities and using the tools of interpretivism are essential and defining characteristics of their scholarly contributions (for examples, see Delpit, 1995; Ladson-Billings, 1995; Trueba, 1999; Valenzuela, 1999).