- *audit testing performed at an *auditee’s premises or away from an organization’s head office.
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Fieldwork — Pays d’origine États Unis Genre musical Jazz Labels Pi Recordings … Wikipédia en Français
Fieldwork — Field work , n. (Mil.) Any temporary fortification thrown up by an army in the field; commonly in the plural. [1913 Webster] All works which do not come under the head of permanent fortification are called fieldworks. Wilhelm. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
fieldwork — ► NOUN ▪ practical work conducted by a researcher in the field … English terms dictionary
fieldwork — [fēld′wʉrk΄] n. 1. any temporary fortification, as an earthen barrier, made by troops in the field 2. the work of collecting scientific data in the field, as by a geologist or botanist fieldworker n … English World dictionary
fieldwork — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ extensive, intensive ▪ ethnographic VERB + FIELDWORK ▪ be engaged in, carry out, conduct, do … Collocations dictionary
fieldwork — noun /fɪəldwɝk/ a) work done, or observations made out in the real world rather than in controlled conditions I thought the fieldwork in the course I was taking was going to be hard, but it was just interviewing people. b) A temporary… … Wiktionary
fieldwork — n. to do fieldwork * * * [ fiːldwɜːk] to do fieldwork … Combinatory dictionary
fieldwork — [[t]fi͟ːldwɜː(r)k[/t]] N UNCOUNT Fieldwork is the gathering of information about something in a real, natural environment, rather than in a place of study such as a laboratory or classroom. ...anthropological fieldwork … English dictionary
fieldwork — UK [ˈfiːldˌwɜː(r)k] / US [ˈfɪldˌwɜrk] noun [uncountable] Word forms fieldwork : singular fieldwork plural fieldworks work that involves going outside the classroom or laboratory to study something in a real environment Derived word: fieldworker… … English dictionary
fieldwork — fieldworker, field worker, n. /feeld werrk /, n. 1. Also, field work. work done in the field, as research, exploration, surveying, or interviewing: archaeological fieldwork. 2. Fort. a temporary fortification constructed in the field. [1735 45;… … Universalium
fieldwork — Data collection for any study that involves talking to people or asking them questions about their activities and views, sometimes including attempts at systematic observation of their behaviour. Fieldwork ranges from large scale survey… … Dictionary of sociology