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The Warsaw International Mechanism for Loss and Damage (L&D) associated with Climate Change Impacts (WIM) was established in 2013 to advance i) knowledge generation; ii) coordination and iii) support to address losses and damages under the UNFCCC. So far, the work undertaken by the WIM Executive Committee (ExCom) has focused on enhancing understand...
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Background Ageing is commonly accompanied by an associated increase in the prevalence of chronic musculoskeletal, metabolic and mental health conditions that affects physical capacity and overall decline in quality of life. To date, most health interventions have been monodisciplinary and monomodal, with a relatively narrow focus and loci of impact...
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This article aims to investigate how service providers are employing their channels to support the handling of customer complaints in an online to offline era. It provides a timely contribution by characterizing multichannel recovery practices, discussing its implications for customers, and discovering new trends. The study employs a qualitative mu...
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This paper provides useful recommendations that may help researchers to effectively conduct their case studies in the banking service industry. This paper uses a qualitative multi-method research strategy, which combines different qualitative research methods. It contains two main sections, a systematic literature review and the authors’ experience...
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In knowledge-intensive organizations, the main competence lies in the people the people that develop products, services and solutions, and it is based on renewal of competence through problem solving, experimentation, or learning. In this context, competence evolves through projects. At the same time, competitive advantage depends on how well organ...
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The purpose of this article is to investigate how contemporary studies about engineering are breaking down boundaries of knowledge. This study uses a systematic literature review to show how the application of qualitative multi-method approaches may offer reliable results and provide greater emphasis to the dimensions of development, triangulation...
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Information-centric online communities have become popular sources for users, including for information sharing among immigrants that provides both informational and social support. Such communities encourage greater information sharing when users share the same judgment on what information is of value, sharing that often leads to the creation or i...
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Recent years have seen an increasing focus in political science and international relations (IR) research on longer-term causal processes and the internal dynamics of single cases, through a method commonly referred to as process tracing.Discussions regarding standards for ensuring reliable process tracing have been dominated by an emphasis on dedu...
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Essay Contribution to ‘”Boot Camp”: Ten Years of Qualitative and Multi-Method Research’, edited by Colin Elman, Newsletter of the American Political Science Association Organized Section for Qualitative & Multi-Method Research.
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Background and objectives: Walking interviews have become prevalent in social sciences, however, their use in research with older people is limited. This article offers a reflexive account of our ethical and methodological choices and practices while conducting walking interviews with older migrants, and considers the potential of this method in r...
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According to current sociological debates, due to expanding mobility requirements family is increasingly being done across space – with respect to multiple local daily life management and the construction of we-ness and belonging (see Schlinzig, 2017; Schier, 2016; Schneider and Collet, 2010). Starting from the perspective of an interpretive family...
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According to current sociological debates, due to expanding mobility requirements family is increasingly being done across space – with respect to multiple local daily life management and the construction of we-ness and belonging (see Schlinzig, 2017; Schier, 2016; Schneider and Collet, 2010). Starting from the perspective of an interpretive family...
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The 64th article of the regulation of studies of the University of Aveiro considers the possibility of presenting an alternative to the doctoral thesis. This modality emphasis that “if the thesis is replaced by a set of scientific papers already published, they will have to form a coherent and relevant set for the scientific area of the doctorate (...
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A median group convened in Johannesburg, South Africa, is described as offering its members multiple opportunities to reshape their social identities and engage in a process of social learning. The group was one component of a course in group work. Group analytic theory positioned the work within a context that was characterized by transition and s...
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This essay corrects and updates one that was originally published in Qualitative & Multi-Method Research and, in a condensed version, in three other APSA Organized Section newsletters. Our research into IRB policy has shown that many political scientists are not familiar with some of its key provisions. The intent of the essay is to increase awaren...
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Violence through world terrorism has disrupted the lives of millions worldwide. Israeli citizens have been targeted for violent terrorist attacks for many years, making Israel a natural laboratory for studying terrorism and its effect on both direct and indirect victims. Because of their front line position in coping with the aftermath of terrorism...
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Despite considerable debate in the literature, social work continues to invest considerable analytical and empirical energy on understanding, recognizing and critiquing the nature and form of its knowledge base. Although such contributions have advanced the discussion, what is largely absent but essential to this debate is an understanding of how p...
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This paper presents the results from exploratory research which set out to investigate London children’s perceptions and uses of river environments. Mainly qualitative, multi-method research was carried out in four primary schools with children aged 9–11, focusing on two rivers near to the schools. Rivers were found to be marginal to the children’s...
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This paper presents the results from exploratory research which set out to investigate London children's perceptions and uses of river environments. Mainly qualitative, multi-method research was carried out in four primary schools with children aged 9–11, focusing on two rivers near to the schools. Rivers were found to be marginal to the children's...