amateurishness


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something that demonstrates a lack of professional competency

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In this way she credits the aspiration to conceptual order reflected in The Note Books, without apologizing for amateurishness.
The gritty amateurishness of the images, their honest emotion, and their declaration of "needing" feminism feel convincingly authentic and fresh compared to the conventions of either corporate media campaigns or many young people's Facebook profiles.
In fact, it is this strategic amateurishness of our policy makers that ' cost us' Nepal, ensured that we weren't able to ' tap into' Myanmar and raised serious questions in our handling of the Maldives crisis.
Let's reflect upon the conditions for the renewed peace effort to bear fruit, bearing in mind the parties' declarations, the mutual lack of trust and recent failures, not to mention our amateurishness regarding conflict resolution.
These "aesthetic band-aids", to quote the artist, are essentially ineffective given their low quality, their amateurishness, off-handedness and their optimistic yet failing functionality.
The one in Thailand took the award for amateurishness with three bombers first having themselves photographed in a bar with prostitutes.
This amateurishness means that most politicians are not as well educated as the senior public servants they are supposed to administer.
But as with all car-crash telly, after gawping slack-jawed at its sheer awfulness (stilted pacing, limp banter and embarrassed-looking guests were just the half of it), you couldn't help be drawn in by its almost defiant amateurishness.
It is not exclusively opposed to 'the amateurishness' of these untrained, but primarily to the amateurishness of the over intellectualized, educated painters.
In separating out Kirkpatrick as a 'competent man' whose work with the WDC necessarily 'will be entirely free of any amateurishness,' the Varsity infers that perhaps without Kirkpatrick, and even under Scott Raff's expert leadership, amateurishness may have been present and that now, 'better is anticipated'.
By virtually every musical criterion, the group's follow-up, The Fugs (re-released as The Fugs Second Album by Fantasy Records in 1994), was a superior recording, and Sanders would employ a stable of professional musicians on future Fugs releases that rendered the giggling amateurishness of The Village Fugs a distant memory.
Wilkinson's project and style is linked to amateurishness.
When a remix or other form of amateur content has a compelling enough story to tell, some audiences may attend to it regardless of its amateurishness.
But I now realise our most significant contribution might be to present a different kind of journalism, one that by its very amateurishness, represents an attack on established practices.