From only a well-designed random sample would a generalization to a population or subpopulation be valid.
Nonetheless, that's the kind administrators mostly impose so his point is valid despite the unwarranted generalization.
Oh, and a generalization to all politicians, in or out of the majority.
Biologists have asked why, and the answer is pretty clear-cut, leading to yet another generalization.
But the generalization as such is problematic unless other things being equal.
The point in that statement is that children are naturally curious, a generalization that stands on remarkably firm ground.
It is technically true, but is a gross generalization.
Attend national conferences that attract scholars in your area of specialization and generalization.
As always, to prove a generalization wrong, all one has to do is cite one exception.
So somehow or other the generalization doesn't work for me.
British Dictionary definitions for generalization
a principle, theory, etc, with general application
the act or an instance of generalizing
(psychol) the evoking of a response learned to one stimulus by a different but similar stimulus See also conditioning
(logic) the derivation of a general statement from a particular one, formally by prefixing a quantifier and replacing a subject term by a bound variable. If the quantifier is universal (universal generalization) the argument is not in general valid; if it is existential (existential generalization) it is valid
(logic) any statement ascribing a property to every member of a class (universal generalization) or to one or more members (existential generalization)