biographical research

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  • Dawson did biographical research in order to develop the novel.
  • He was considered an authority in the field of scientific history, being an author of unique biographical research work of a number of influential figures in the Russian science.
  • Her research fields are cultural analysis, biographical research, migration, ethnicity and gender.
  • The only genuine biographical research carried out on original sources was done by Daniel Callus in the 1920s.
  • Roth's detailed obituaries were composed for international and national figures of note, using the skills and information he had collected in his biographical research.
  • Biographical research has, moreover, destroyed many picturesque legends, with some of which posterity cannot part without a pang of regret. Cited from Political and Literary Essays, 1908-1913, by Evelyn Baring
  • He has collected first-person narratives of transsexual experiences and has done extensive biographical research on trans man Reed Erickson.
  • She also conducts biographical research for historians, publishers, authors, and journalists.
  • Gabriele Rosenthal is renowned for her contribution to biographical research and generation research in the qualitative social sciences.
  • The Bortom Synranden is a biographical research project regarding the work of Jansen.
  • In the early 1990s he did biographical research on Portuguese poet, Fernando Pessoa, at King's College, London.
  • He also worked on the population biology of cycads, biogeography, and in biographical research on Charles Darwin historic figures in botanical exploration.
  • The phonebook listed numerous Gedeons for biographical research.
  • The most important biographical research on the composer was conducted by Reinhard Strohm, who notes that it was more common for Northern works (and composers) to travel to Italy than the opposite.
  • Sharon's vision for the collection was for it to be used as a basis for a Jewish biographical research institute and museum, adjacent to the National Library of Israel, where the portrait gallery could be exhibited.
  • The central aim of biographical research is producing rich descriptions of persons or "conceptualize structural types of actions" which means to "understand the action logics or how persons and structures are interlinked".
  • She chaired the section on biographical research of the German Sociological Association (DGS) between 1999 and 2003.
  • Biographical Research is defined by Miller and Brewer as a research method that collect and analysis a person's whole life or portion of a life, through the in-depth and unstructured interview, or sometimes reinforced by semi-structured interview or personal documents.
  • According to the May/June 2010 Report of the Biographical Research Committee for the Society for American Baseball Research, after his baseball career, Brown was listed in the Los Angeles city directories at various times as a ballplayer, actor, and studio worker.
  • Also included in the Collection is biographical research and clippings related to the artists about whom Clark was interviewing and writing, as well as flyers, pamphlets, clippings, and sheet music for bands and artists performing in and around the San Francisco bay area.
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