i not understand and what mean contributory? my father death.
Systematic observation includes naturalistic observation, which is real-life observation, and structured observation, which takes place in a natural environment in which manipulation is involved
No, empirical evidence is based on observation and inference. Qualitative observation is an observation of the qualities of an object. Quantitative observation, on the other hand, is an observation based on some sort of numerical measurement of the object.
An observation that deals with a number or amount is called a quantitative observation. An observation that deals with descriptions is called a qualitative observation.
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A more commonly used word is non-contributory. "John's suggestions were quite helpful, but Mary's suggestions were non-contributory". I suppose you could use contributory the same way: "John's suggestions were contributory, but Mary's suggestions were not helpful at all."
Medicaid, would be a non-contributory program. That is because people can't afford it, just like food stamps. Medicare is a contributory program.
Karsten Kragh has written: 'Contributory negligence' -- subject(s): Contributory Negligence
Contributory negligence in a civil case is a familiar term used in many vehicle accident cases. Who is at fault plays a major role in contributory negligence during a civil case.
Contributory negligence: In relation to claims for negligently caused personal injury and death, contributory negligence is failure by a person (typically the plaintiff) to take reasonable care for his or her own safety, which contributes to the harm the person suffers.
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Contributory negligence is a rule of law that has been largely abolished in the U.S., as it deemed that a plaintiff who was even partially at fault for the incident, due to his own negligence, could not recover any damages from the defendant, who supposedly caused the incident. Contributory negligence refers to some amount of negligence on the part of the plaintiff, without which the incident would not have occurred. To explore this concept, consider the following contributory negligence definition.
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