field research

study of fishes in their natural habitat

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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  • Field research — Field research/primary market research has traditional been thought different from methods of research conducted in a laboratory or academic setting. It was developed originally from anthropology and is sometimes know as participant research, or… …   Wikipedia

  • Field-Research — Field Re|search, das; s, Field|re|search, das; [s], auch: die; [ fi:ldrɪsə:t̮ʃ; engl. field research, aus: field = Feld u. ↑ Research] (Soziol., Statistik): Feldforschung …   Universal-Lexikon

  • field research — ➔ research …   Financial and business terms

  • field research — / fi:ld rɪˌsɜ:tʃ/, field work / fi:ld wɜ:k/ noun looking for information that is not yet published and must be obtained in surveys ● They had to do a lot of fieldwork before they found the right market for the product. ● Field research is carried …   Marketing dictionary in english

  • field research — Mktg the collection of data directly from contact with customers and potential customers through surveys, interviews, and other forms of market research …   The ultimate business dictionary

  • Field Research — ⇡ Feldforschung …   Lexikon der Economics

  • Central Sierra Field Research Stations — Background= The [ Central Sierra Field Research Stations] is a regional group of UC Berkeley field research education reserves located on both sides of the crest of California s Sierra Nevada mountains, north of… …   Wikipedia

  • Полевые исследования (field research) — Цель П. и. в наиболее общем смысле применение научного метода к практ. челов. проблемам в организационных контекстах. П. и. связывает разраб. программы/продукта и оценку их внедрения. Движение П. и. в образовании было призвано заполнить… …   Психологическая энциклопедия

  • Field-Work — Field|work, Field Work [ fi:ldwə:k ], das; s [engl. field work, eigtl. = Arbeit im Gelände] (Soziol.): Field Research …   Universal-Lexikon

  • research — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ careful, detailed, in depth, meticulous, painstaking, rigorous, thorough ▪ considerable, exhaustive …   Collocations dictionary

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