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Synonyms for discipline

something, such as loss, pain, or confinement, imposed for wrongdoing

an area of academic study that is part of a larger body of learning

to impart knowledge and skill to

to subject (one) to a penalty for a wrong

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By exploring the relationship between music and other disciplines and sharing these discoveries with audiences, we help audiences make connections between music and other facets of their lives.
It is such a natural fit moving from my current role into the one of a Six Disciplines Coach.
4] We believe that International Studies is best conceived as an emerging discipline based in Political Science but slowly incorporating the scholarly methods and research conducted in a variety of disciplines that study international behavior and realities.
Construction of such a framework leads to an approach to theory building and research that more accurately mirrors the role of disciplines, the influence of social factors on the construction of personal and social knowledge, and the research process.
To achieve a favorable impact, departments must apply discipline in a fair and reasonable manner by imposing discipline similar to what they applied previously for the same misconduct.
Science, which had much to do with creating a discipline-based epistemology, has been subject to criticisms based on the recognition that disciplines are not grand narratives and have limited range.
The disciplines of the spirituality of work must, by definition, be different from those of contemplative spirituality.
Trisha Brown, currently the only one of the 26-member NCA with a specific dance discipline, described the changes as "harrowing but creative.
This negative finding is accentuated by the fact that more funds are allocated to employee communication than to disciplines that were rated both important and effective.
The discipline of philosophical ethics results in well-founded accounts of what morality ought to be for human beings and for the institutions that we design, build, and sustain.
Six Disciplines North Carolina is proud to host this event in conjunction with Hughes, Pittman, and Gupton, Expense Reduction Analysts, the North Carolina Technology Association, Summit Strategy Partners, Capital Bank, and Williams Mullen.
The North Carolina Technology Association creates the connection between technology and leadership," said Gary Harpst, founder and CEO of Six Disciplines.
Nursing is a more homogeneous group; on the other hand, allied health is more diverse with over 200 specialty disciplines with varying levels of education leading to the award of a certificate, an associate degree, a baccalaureate degree, a master's degree, a doctoral degree or post baccalaureate training in a science relating to health care (US Department of Health and Human Services, Bureau of Health Professions, Human Resources Service Administration (DHHS, BHPr, HRSA), 2005).
Thirty have already been disciplined - 10 doctors received administrative disciplines such as public reprimands; 13 doctors were put on probation; and six had their licenses suspended or revoked.
To accomplish this, we will focus our initial efforts in four broad areas of environmental health sciences: basic research to understand how environmental exposures fundamentally alter human biology; human health and diseases that are caused at least in part by environmental exposures, and the use of environmental exposures to understand the etiology and pathogenesis of complex human diseases; global environmental health initiatives that support research programs to understand the health risks for populations that are excessively exposed as well as their solutions; and training and education efforts to develop comprehensive approaches that integrate environmental health sciences with related disciplines in basic science, computational biology, medicine, and public health.