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have the money for

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bear

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to make (something) readily available

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be able to spare or give up

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be the cause or source of

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Nas secoes anteriores, apresentamos a bibliografia, da qual emergiram os vetores teoricos de analise (consumo digital, performance, affordances cognitivas e fisicas); e a pesquisa documental sobre o Twitch.
charting the path of training by means of the individual habits and exercises related to self-overcoming and self-transformation; then in terms of their relation to the city and the community, particularly in relation to the habitus of cultural convention; and finally in terms of the built environments and practice zones that enable philosophical activity, including the affordances, to borrow James Gibson's term, that promote the individual's capacity to perform certain maneuvers in thought through the basecamps, enclaves, and microclimates of the practicing life.
Jonassen and colleagues (1994) proposed that when investigating the role of media in student learning we should examine the process of learning first, then the role that context plays in understanding the kinds of cognitive tools and their affordances needed to support learning.
Further, there is a readily accepted assumption that current pre-service teachers, as young adults, will be early adopters of technology, and that they are more likely (than previous generations of pre-service teachers) to identify and take on the affordances of these devices (Clinton et al.
However, Ed accessed the affordance of motivation, as he reacted positively to scoring points for his correct responses.
Krug (2014) and Wroblewski (2011) were the only books that directly mentioned affordance and gave guidelines justifying its use.
Kaptelinin and Nardi (2012) argued that the Gibsonian definition of affordance as an interaction between animals and their environment was no longer adequate in the way affordances were used in human computer interactions today.
Second, it reduces visibility, making it difficult to perceive and therefore utilize other affordances in the environment (Gibson, 1986), such as condoms or HIV educational materials (Holmes, O'Byrne, & Gastaldo, 2007).
Es ist nicht ganz eindeutig, wie sich Heideggers philosophischer Ansatz mit Gibsons vertragt, da bei Gibson die Unterscheidung einer affordance von dem, was Heidegger mit Vorhandenheit bezeichnet, wegfallt; Vorhandenheit ist bei Gibson bereits implizit und nicht von affordances zu trennen, die an sich schon immer "vorhanden" sind.
Affect and affordance are codefining, which "implies the complementarity of the animal and the environment" (page 127).
This rather arrogant argument assumes that only an analyst has the total command of the user's activities and the current state of art to predict that affordance.
One was a level for reference which makes use of the surface level and tells you whether the displayed information is an information element or a text field or a button element, and secondly I included an affordance.
The term affordance refers to action possibilities that could appear in the environment, including objects (Gibson, 1979).