Recent Examples of typology from the Web
Personality typologies seem to multiply with each publishing season, growing ever more baffling.
In his 2001 book Dividing Lines, Daniel Tichenor offers a helpful typology for making sense of the immigration debate.
On the same day Flake bowed out, the Pew Research Center released a fascinating 152-page report on the nation’s political typology.
The two largest groups in Pew’s political typology — core conservatives and solid liberals — have fairly similar levels of pessimism about the next generation’s prospects, albeit for different reasons.
Those divisions were evident in six previous Pew Research Center typology studies.
Emily Ekins of the Cato Institute provides a typology of the Trump coalition.
But Harvard’s recent mandate goes further, creating a new literary typology: On one side are the marginalized authors; on the other, authors who, by implication, may have...
Other late-modern masters bent and waved mirrored glass and invented new typologies from steel and aluminum.
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First Known Use of typology
TYPOLOGY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of typology for English Language Learners
: a system used for putting things into groups according to how they are similar : the study of how things can be divided into different types
medical Definition of typology
typologicalplay \ˌtī-pə-ˈläj-i-kəl\ adjective
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