Sökning: "Qualitative approaches"
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1. Characterizing Chromatography Media : NMR-based Approaches
Sammanfattning : Liquid chromatography is an essential technique in manufacturing biopharmaceuticals where it is used on all scales from analytical applications in R&D to full-scale production. In chromatography the target molecule, typically a protein, is separated and purified from other components and contaminants. LÄS MER
2. UNDERSTANDING URBAN PATTERNS Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches
Sammanfattning : In this thesis, the main field of study is urban patternsand the methodological issues involving the analysis of spatialdata across urban space. Four particular aspects are chosen toillustrate the dynamics of urban space, using Stockholm Countyas case study. LÄS MER
3. Organizational approaches to greening : technocentrism and beyond
Sammanfattning : How and why do organizations approach greening? How can we conceptualize approaches and how can we encourage reflexive dialogues on them? These are the main questions addressed in this qualitative study on organizational greening. The study sets off by discussing matters of research philosophy, arguing that our trust in science ought to be revised and that a more postmodern and constructionist philosophy might be a way to go. LÄS MER
4. Parental Perspectives on Preschool Children’s Lifestyle : quantitative and qualitative aspects
Sammanfattning : Children’s lifestyle has changed significantly during the recent decades, with an increasing prevalence of obesity as one outcome. Parents are usually the most influential people in young children’s lives. LÄS MER
5. Participatory approaches to strengthening district health managers' capacity : Ugandan and global experiences
Sammanfattning : Introduction:Residents of low in-come countries have persistently suffered poor health outcomes, modest progress made over time notwithstanding. Weak health systems are one of the key reasons for the less than optimum progress. These health systems are constrained by inadequately equipped managers who play a main role in curbing this progress. LÄS MER