objectiveness


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judgment based on observable phenomena and uninfluenced by emotions or personal prejudices

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focused energy, patience, and objectiveness. The curriculum, through the assurance of learning process, is managed to include the core values and guiding principles.
As such, to present nonhuman others as biographical subjects with different personalities and emotions, was a thoughtless feminine act that threatened to pervert the objectiveness of serious ethology.
Quantitative or qualitative analysis on evaluation results that are obtained from different angles and scopes is the way to guaranteeing scientificity, objectiveness, and justice during the process of teaching quality evaluation for the above methods.
will maintain] objectiveness when looking at the information and letting the facts and statistics speak for themselves.
First of all, maintaining objectiveness when looking at the information and letting the facts and statistics speak for themselves.
Irina Petrushova is a puppet journalist of Mukhtar Ablyazov, which is evident in her latest articles: they describe France and Great Britain without objectiveness. She accuses France and Great Britain of violating the rights of Mukhtar Ablyazov.
Mayer's colleague, Douglas Krakower from the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center at Harvard, believes that DBS may "hone the accuracy of adherence assessment technologies" through its objectiveness. He sees value in the use of DBS for developers of adherence strategies as patient-reported adherence measures are limited by strong bias.
Assessment criteria of historical contents continues to be bound up with culturalist aims, with some sought-after "objectiveness", the text book is practically the sole teaching material used, and there is a predominance of excessively conceptual knowledge which has little to do with the social reality of the students.
For example, lack of objectiveness or inadequate standardization are among the core critiques that comes from an examiner's subjective assessment of charts or formulating questions, and vulnerability to countermeasures is considered as another disadvantage of the CQT.
Meanwhile, Saad Al-Ali said KUNA, as a media institution, has humanitarian responsibilities which are in line with journalism ethics, stressing the agency's impartiality and objectiveness in covering news.
In order to determine the generalizability and objectiveness of the research conclusions, future studies could be conducted to cover different geographic areas and cultures, as well as various industrial patterns, to validate and adjust the proposed model.
The 25-year-old repeated her desire in a statement on Tuesday to ride for Team GB at the Rio Olympics and questioned the objectiveness of the decision to drop her from the squad.
CYCLING: British track cyclist Jess Varnish has repeated her desire to ride for Team GB at the Rio Olympics and has questioned the objectiveness of the decision to drop her from the squad in April.
In July 2015, China had blocked India's efforts in the UN to initiate action against Pakistan following the release of Mumbai terror attack mastermind Zaki- ur- Rehman Lakhvi stating that its stand was " based on facts and in the spirit of objectiveness and fairness".