This paper presents an overview of results from a phenomenographic study that investigates critical differences and similarities in the ways people experience cross-disciplinary practice in engineering contexts. Study implications are discussed regarding developmental perspectives on cross-disciplinary ways of thinking, acting, and being.
This study aimed at gaining insight into the " Occupational Health Problems Faced by Female Beedi Workers at Khajamalai, Trichy. The research design used for this study is descriptive. The research selected 50 families for the study using a purposive sampling method. Only those female heads of the families who were involved in Beedi work and who were… (More)