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Achieving (Partial) Generalizability

Authors: Hendawy, Mennatullah;

Achieving (Partial) Generalizability

Abstract

Mennatulla Hendawy on six decisions that made her findings from her dissertation, a case study on interdisciplinary urban planning in Cairo, more generalizable.

Keywords

dissertation, generalizability

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