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Author: T. Grandon Gill
Publisher: Informing Science
Keywords: method, case, facilitation, writing, guide, informing, research
Number of Pages: 562
ISBN-10: 1932886443
ISBN-13: 9781932886443

Author: Silverback Books
Publisher: Silverback Books
Keywords: roasting
Number of Pages: 108
Published: 2006-03-01
ISBN-10: 1596370262
ISBN-13: 9781596370265

Roasting is a Simple, dry-heat cooking method used for large, tender cuts of meat. Since roasting requires very little attention, it's a popular method for holiday meals where other dishes have to be made before serving the main course.

Author: Norman W. Edmund
Publisher: Scientific Method Publishing
Keywords: educational, top, leaders, challenge, blunder, intellectual, biggest, history
Number of Pages: 648
Published: 2005-08
ISBN-10: 0963286668
ISBN-13: 9780963286666

This book discusses misunderstandings related to the scientific method of creative problem solving and decision-making. The author has conducted extensive research in this field for more than 15 years and shows that the misunderstandings have created great harms in the educational field and in most other fields. This book will be important reading for all those interested in better education, better thinking, and a better society.

Author: European Conference of Ministers of Transport
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: traffic, safety, measures, road, evaluation, round, tables, economic, ecmt
Number of Pages: 176
Published: 2001-10-26
ISBN-10: 9282112861
ISBN-13: 9789282112861

In economic appraisals of road safety measures, determining which method to use for the valuation of those measures is a problem. There are two methods open to us. Remarkably, one accurately measures a non-relevant concept (the human capital method), while the other measures the correct parameter, but not very accurately (the willingness-to-pay method). The Round Table examined the many complementary aspects of the two and found that what was needed, above all, were practical guides for each method. The Round Table noted that values for human life are highly comparable from one mode of transpo

Author: Timothy A. Carey
Publisher: Living Control Systems Publ
Keywords: way, getting, psychotherapy, levels, method
Number of Pages: 173
Published: 2006-01-01
ISBN-10: 0974015547
ISBN-13: 9780974015545

Based on Perceptual Control Theory, PCT (explained in the foreword by William T. Powers), "The Method of Levels: How to do Psychotherapy Without Getting in the Way" by Tim Carey introduces, explains and illustrates a therapeutic method that leaves the patient in control with no interference from the therapist. The book includes a coupon for a DVD featuring an actual MOL session, to be mailed by the publisher separate from the book. Author Tim Carey shows how you can ask very simple questions about background thoughts to assist a friend in distress. Without offering advice or commentary of any

Author: Joy Frechtling
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: method, evaluations, mixed, handbook, friendly, user
Number of Pages: 143
Published: 1998-12-01
ISBN-10: 0788174312
ISBN-13: 9780788174315

In the evaluation of the process & effectiveness of projects funded by the NSF's Directorate for Education, experienced evaluators have found that most often the best results are achieved through the use of mixed method evaluations combining quantitative & qualitative techniques. Aimed at users who need practical rather than technically sophisticated advice about evaluation methodology, this handbook includes an in-depth discussion of the collection & analysis of qualitative data & examines how qualitative techniques can be combined effectively with quantitative measures. Bibliography. Glossar

Author: Anna Alberini
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
Keywords: countries, survey, developing, method, contingent, valuation, applications
Number of Pages: 76
Published: 2000
ISBN-10: 9251045275
ISBN-13: 9789251045275

Agriculture, in addition to producing food, hides and fibre, also provides many other goods and services not priced in the market. These include environmental outputs such as rural amenities and disamenities, but also social and cultural functions. The economic value of these non-market goods and services of agriculture can be assessed by estimating how much purchasing power people would be willing to give up to acquire those outputs if they were forced to make a choice. The contingent valuation method (CVM) is one of the most widely used methodologies developed for the measurement of the valu
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