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in this paper i am critiquing it repeats on at least two occaisions .......'i do not seek to make statistical generalisations that are applicable to all women'
what do they mean? and does this do u think affect the credability of the research? could it be construed as a weakness?
feel as though i'm walking through treacle, this is such a struggle....
hope u dont mind me asking
Hey, it's very badly written, isn't it. I think it means 'I do not see to generalise about all women'...
It's not your fault, IMO, it really is badly written.
SEEK not see
sorry must go!
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