Definition of Operationalists

1. operationalist [n] - See also: operationalist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Operationalists

operational research
operational service period
operational service periods
operational taxonomic unit
operationalisability
operationalisable
operationalisation
operationalise
operationalised
operationalises
operationalising
operationalism
operationalisms
operationalist
operationalistic
operationalists (current term)
operationalities
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operationalizability
operationalizable
operationalization
operationalizations
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operationalized
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operationally
operationism
operationisms
operationist

Literary usage of Operationalists

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1. Conceptions of Social Inquiry by J. J. Snyman (1993)
"... the neo-behaviourists (cf. the work of Tolman and Hull from the 1930's), with among them the operationalists, claim that theoretical terms are ..."

2. Air Power and the Ground War in Vietnam: Ideas and Actions by Donald J. Mrozek (1988)
"As Bruce Miroff has suggested of the Kennedy administration, the "wizards of fact" and " 'tough-minded' operationalists" were amply augmented by ..."

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