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“ The ironic speech situation: discursive democracy, citizenship, and humor ”

“ The ironic speech situation: discursive democracy, citizenship, and humor ”

“ The ironic speech situation: discursive democracy, citizenship, and humor ”. Sammy Basu PhD Associate Professor of Politics Willamette University Salem Oregon, USA. Overview. I. Deliberative democracy II. What ’ s so bad about humor? III. What is humor?

By Angelica
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Quantifying the drug-target binding affinity

Quantifying the drug-target binding affinity

Quantifying the drug-target binding affinity. Receptors as targets (Receptors are 45% of current drug targets). Receptors are areas of proteins found in cellular membranes or nuclei They are classified by their function (superfamilies)

By benjamin
(428 views)

Chapter 5

Chapter 5

Chapter 5. Theories and Therapies. Learning Objectives. Explain how theories can be applied to mental health care. Discuss three psychoanalytical therapies that resulted from Freud’s work. Identify how developmental, humanistic, and behavioral theories differ in their viewpoints.

By daniel_millan
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Chapter 25: Verbal Behavior

Chapter 25: Verbal Behavior

Chapter 25: Verbal Behavior. Verbal Behavior and Properties of Language. Form and Function of Behavior The formal properties of language involve the topography (i.e., form, structure) of the verbal response The functional properties involve the causes of the response. .

By johana
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Models & Theories of Health Promotion in Multicultural Populations

Models & Theories of Health Promotion in Multicultural Populations

Models & Theories of Health Promotion in Multicultural Populations. Dr. Jim Frankish Senior Scholar, Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research. Partners in Community Heath Research-Training Program. Current & Recent Projects. Research Training Program in Community Partnership Research

By lotus
(648 views)

SOC1023G Social Problems: Unit 1 Thinking about Social Problems as a Sociologist

SOC1023G Social Problems: Unit 1 Thinking about Social Problems as a Sociologist

SOC1023G Social Problems: Unit 1 Thinking about Social Problems as a Sociologist. Unit 1: Thinking about Social Problems as a Sociologist. References Denisoff, R. S., Callahan, O., & Levine, M. H. (1974). Theories and paradigms in contemporary sociology . Itasca, IL: F. E. Peacock Publishers.

By doctor
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Title of the Course: “ Chemical Bonding ”

Title of the Course: “ Chemical Bonding ”

Title of the Course: “ Chemical Bonding ”. Instructor: Dr. Sumita Naskar Hazra Department of Science and Humanities RTC Institute of Technology, Ormanjhi , Ranchi. Course Objectives T o understand the concept of Lewis structure of molecules

By kaycee
(553 views)

Toward a mechanistic psychology of dialogue

Toward a mechanistic psychology of dialogue

Toward a mechanistic psychology of dialogue. Simon Garrod University of Glasgow. Dialogue is the basic setting for language use. Universal among language users Producing or understanding monologue requires special skills (or education) Essential for language acquisition

By emmett
(329 views)

Extinction of the Dinosaurs

Extinction of the Dinosaurs

Extinction of the Dinosaurs. By Chris Keach. The KT-Extinction event .

By declan
(395 views)

Chapter 9

Chapter 9

Chapter 9. Marriage and the Family. What We Will Learn. Is the family found in all cultures? What functions do family and marriage systems perform? Why do all societies have incest taboos? What economic considerations are associated with marriage in the world’s contemporary societies?.

By daniel_millan
(503 views)

Knowledge Objectives

Knowledge Objectives

Knowledge Objectives. Identify need-based theories and explain their practical management applications. Describe expectancy theory and management implications Describe how goal setting motivates performance. Explain how job enrichment increases the motivating potential of jobs.

By omer
(298 views)

Picking Out the Pieces

Picking Out the Pieces

Sat Ananda Hayden, MSN, RN Doctoral Student, Public Policy Lutchmie Narine, Ph D Director, Masters of Health Administration Associate Professor, College of Health and Human Services Rose Marie Tong, Ph D Distinguished Professor in Health Care Ethics

By azra
(245 views)

LEADERSHIP

LEADERSHIP

LEADERSHIP. Management vs. Leadership. Leadership and management are two different terms Management involves developing formal plans and monitoring results Leadership is about coping with change and establishing a vision. Leadership.

By lorand
(284 views)

Theories of Social & Cultural Reality

Theories of Social & Cultural Reality

Theories of Social & Cultural Reality. The Social Construction of Reality. My meanings and understanding come from my communication with others. Primary thinkers: The Social Construction of Reality Peter Berger Thomas Luckmann. Basic Idea of SC.

By terrel
(751 views)

Disorganized attachment, trauma- related disorders and the therapeutic relationship

Disorganized attachment, trauma- related disorders and the therapeutic relationship

Disorganized attachment, trauma- related disorders and the therapeutic relationship. Giovanni Liotti Scuola di Psicoterapia Cognitiva Roma (Italy). Main theme of the presentation.

By blithe
(667 views)

Faye G. Abdellah Patient-Centered A pproaches to Nursing

Faye G. Abdellah Patient-Centered A pproaches to Nursing

Faye G. Abdellah Patient-Centered A pproaches to Nursing. Nursing Theory Presentation Keesha Holden-White & Marie Laramee. Faye G. Abdellah. Background Born -March 1919 Nursing Diploma from Fitkin Memorial Hospital Columbia University Bachelors Degree in Nursing 1945

By mayes
(2685 views)

Reflexivity in Social Systems: The Theories of George Soros

Reflexivity in Social Systems: The Theories of George Soros

Reflexivity in Social Systems: The Theories of George Soros. Stuart A. Umpleby The George Washington University Washington, DC 20052. What is “reflexivity” and why is it important?. Definitions As context, the informal fallacies

By maalik
(335 views)

Chapter 3 Explaining Crime

Chapter 3 Explaining Crime

Chapter 3 Explaining Crime. Introduction to Criminological Theory. Several theories attempt to explain criminal behavior. Some theories assume:. Crime is part of human nature. Crime is based on biological, psychological, sociological, and/or economic aspects. Classical Theory.

By rey
(165 views)

The ASTD Competency Model™ and Career Navigator Tool

The ASTD Competency Model™ and Career Navigator Tool

The ASTD Competency Model™ and Career Navigator Tool. Presenter: Patricia Byrd ASTD Certification Institute Senior Project Manager, Credentialing. TOC Meeting - December 14, 2010. Presentation Goals…. Provide a high level overview of the ASTD Competency Model.

By phuc
(782 views)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Professional Ethics (GEN301/PHI200) UNIT 2: NORMATIVE THEORIES OF PROFESSIONAL ETHICS Handout # 2. CLO # 2 Explain the rationale behind adoption of normative theories and professional codes of conduct. https://lms.ectmoodle.ae. LEARNING OBJECTIVES. Describe normative theories of ethics.

By eli
(209 views)

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