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It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine whether a definite plant belongs to wild or cultivated category based on the flora of a specific region and disciplinarily agreed etic perception of what can be considered a wild edible plant.
223) In so holding, the Court depicted prosecutors as operating in a totalizing and mutually reinforcing network of bureaucratic and professional constraints; not only are prosecutors formally trained in the substance of law, both in law school and throughout their careers, but they also (putatively) work within a hierarchy of office supervision (including direct personal supervision and promulgated training and policies), and are "subject to an ethical regime" portrayed by the court as not simply hortatory but rather substantively specific and disciplinarily rigorous.
We propose that the intellectual work within this special section should be seen as a first step on the path toward more critically oriented but also methodologically and disciplinarily varied research into transmedia, which is unquestionably an important and perhaps even constitutional trend within contemporary media culture.
required the use of conceptual terms and framing that are legible to my colleagues in the US, but not necessarily current in the Turkish context, which is more strictly disciplinarily bound.
Relatedly, disciplinarily appealing as it may be, pitting the realist and national mythmaking theories against each other is not very plausible.
As president of Clark University, Hall housed psychology and pedagogy under the same disciplinary roof, which was unusual at the time given that universities such as Harvard disciplinarily linked psychology with philosophy.
Like any diverse anthology, Transnational Crossroads will draw readers interested in just one of its various threads--Hawaiian nationalism or comparative labour history or literary studies--but those who read it in its entirety will be treated to a geographically and disciplinarily vertiginous reading experience, as, to invoke a few examples, island locales, from Puerto Rico to the Philippines to Hawaii, come together in a history of American imperialism (Fojas); Extreme Makeover: Home Edition illuminates a history of disenfranchisement (Arvin); and identifies get hybridized and coopted in cyberspace (ho'omanawanui).
The overlapping technology and pedagogical knowledge area (TPK) represents 'an understanding of how teaching and learning changes when particular technologies are used, which includes knowing pedagogical affordances and constraints of a range of technological tools as they relate to disciplinarily and developmentally appropriate pedagogical designs and strategies' (Koehler & Mishra, 2008, p.
We believe it is essential that writing center practitioners think more disciplinarily, even about what goes on in individual centers.
What such readings of Daly tend to reinforce is a division between the 'good' (early, rigorous, disciplinarily circumscribed) and the 'bad' (late, sloppy, universalist) work--and, further, between the Daly which women's studies should accept, and the Daly which it shouldn't.
Levitt and Thelwall (2009) were examined the 82 most highly cited information science and library science articles in the Web of Science from the perspectives of disciplinarily, annual citation patterns, and author citation profiles shows that high quality ideas and methods are often deployed many years after being published (Levitt & Thelwall, 2009).
Post-Keynesian economics is disciplinarily diverse, being influenced by the thoughts of Alfred Marshall, Joan Robinson, and Thorstein Veblen among others, including most notably John Maynard Keynes himself.
In my reading of Wardle's purpose, most salient is the given-ness of "public good" (a good removed from any cost-benefit analysis), next the ethical reminder that such disciplinarily parochial judgments should not be made lightly, and last--unmarked but telling--a displacement of what is more at issue: i.
If the policemen who protected Hilton do not leave on their own by the end of the week, they will be disciplinarily fired," Dariusz Biel, the head of the regional police where the three serve, was quoted as saying this week.
If the policemen who protected Hilton do not leave on their own by the end of the week, they will be disciplinarily fired," the Daily Express quoted Dariusz Biel, the head of the regional police force as telling Reuters.