profile : Part A : Figure 2
|This figure shows the five
thematic categories related to EU projects. These categories are associated
with groups of descriptors which have been applied to the projects.
The most frequently represented category is process, which includes,
above all, the descriptors competence and learning.
The other categories appear
to be less important. Next in freqency is the category system, which
particularly represents the descriptor VET. The category actor mainly
refers to the descriptor worker; the category framework to the descriptor
economy, and the category environment to the descriptor enterprise.
This breakdown reveals that,
among the projects, each category is related to at least one major descriptor
(see the top group of descriptors in figure 1).
However, the category process stands out, not only in the overall
frequency of descriptor applications, but in representing quite a range
of frequently applied descriptors. This particular feature will be taken
up again in comparison with papers (figure 7).
For more information on the
thematic analysis see introduction and the map of
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