objectivity


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

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Does the ethic of objectivity insulate sociology from this new spirit, the background of frictional microvaluations?
Develop innovative solutions and take advantage of Objectivity's benefits and features:
It is generally believed that journalism sans objectivity is something detestable and condemnable (Dennis and Merrill 1996; Lippman 1922; McQuail 2005; Schudson 1978; Tuchman 1978; Vivian 2006).
In emphasizing the experience of objectivity as the hallmark of perception, Church distances her account from those which center around sensory content.
In addition, the integrity and objectivity standard now includes considerations of self-interest, familiarity, and undue influence threats to compliance with Rule 102.
"Faithful Narratives: Historians, Religion, and the Challenge of Objectivity" presents the work of twelve eminent scholars whose research has exemplified compelling strategies for negotiating the difficulties inherent in this increasingly important area of historical inquiry.
Objectivity and commitment are sometimes presented as opposing attributes.
Maras, Steven, Objectivity in Journalism, Polity Press, Cambridge, 2012, ISBN 9 7807 4564 7340, 260pp., A$33.95.
Papers from a June 2011 symposium held in Lapland question the validity and even the possibility of objectivity in legal theory and analyze factors that influence legal theory's apparent 'objectivity.' After an overview of concepts of objectivity in law and jurisprudence, major themes include legal reasoning, objectivity rules of argumentation, and objectivity and the law's assumptions about human behavior.
* To maintain the necessary independence and objectivity, internal auditors need to keep an appropriate distance as they craft relationships with other business units.
NNA - The fourth News Agencies World Congress on Wednesday wrapped up its proceedings, held in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and resulted into what conferees have termed as Riyadh Declaration, where objectivity, accuracy, and neutrality in news dissemination featured high.
Objectivity is the choice to adhere to Reality--that is, to the facts, as opposed to personal feelings, mystic revelation, social consensus, mere opinion, or prejudice--by means of observation and logic.
Summary: A debate between journalists on objectivity and reporting standards capped a two-day conference on press freedom backed by the UN Tuesday.
Wael al-Halqi instructed all directorates affiliated with his ministry to cooperate with local mass media and achieve the utmost amount of objectivity and transparency in regards to health services.