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Research degrees in journalism: What is an exegesis?

Chris Nash
2014 Pacific Journalism Review – Te Koakoa  
This article addresses the question of what might constitute an exegesis for a higher degree by research in journalism, and briefly canvasses issues for journalism as a disciplinary research practice.  ...  It argues that the singularity and value of journalism as a research practice lie in its combination of a reflexive empirical focus, a focus on contemporary phenomena and an intense engagement with the  ...  its status as research.  ... 
doi:10.24135/pjr.v20i1.188 fatcat:qcccqsawvjgh5iac2w22kiqlke

The Promise of a Sociology Degree in Canadian Higher Education

2010 Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie  
Some argue that such skills can help students think creatively and move beyond the traditional assump- tions of the status quo: ‘‘Sociology teaches us to think creatively and critically about the world  ...  The status quo is latently reinforced and reproduced as applied programs and the ac- quisition of relevant job skills trump the need for an independent space for critical reflection.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1755-618x.2010.01245.x fatcat:y5tztiv6yvbzdafh2nu2fwyriq

Environmental Flows Assessment for Macroinvertebrates at the River Reach Scale in Different Degrees of Hydromorphological Alteration

Ewelina Szałkiewicz, Tomasz Kałuża, Mateusz Grygoruk
2022 Frontiers in Environmental Science  
The most common comparisons concern analyses between natural and regulated rivers, where the degree of river channel alterations is undefined and usually refers to all forms of hydromorphological degradation  ...  In order to put the obtained values of environmental flows into a broader context, the analyses of hydrological data and calculation of hydrology-based environmental flows were performed.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Presented results were obtained as a part of a doctoral thesis, carried out at the Department of Hydraulic and Sanitary Engineering of Poznań University of Life Sciences.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fenvs.2022.866526 fatcat:3wu5m45iavhhrg2lotm5poondu

Balancing Music Industry Curricula in Undergraduate Degree Programs: A Course Distribution Survey and Analysis

Keith Hatschek
2011 Journal of the Music and Entertainment Industry Educators Association  
success, based on a thoughtful and comprehensive analysis of evidence and facts, not historical ideals or protection of the status quo, will be used to help foster changes where needed to best serve students  ...  and Humanities areas were all rated by graduates as "Very Important."  ...  Keith hatScheK is Associate Professor and Director of the Music Management Program at the Conservatory of Music, University of the Pacific in Stockton, California.  ... 
doi:10.25101/11.7 fatcat:b3mydptj5vg2ddzsbdmggrtpw4

Crafting Your Research Future: A Guide to Successful Master's and Ph.D. Degrees in Science & Engineering

Charles X. Ling, Qiang Yang
2012 Synthesis Lectures on Engineering  
What is it like to be a researcher or a scientist? For young people, including graduate students and junior faculty members in universities, how can they identify good ideas for research?  ...  In this book, Ling and Yang answer these questions in a step-by-step manner with specific and concrete examples from their first-hand research experience.  ...  • Depending on the culture and environment where you grew up and received earlier education, you may already be used to challenging the status quo rather than merely following instructions.  ... 
doi:10.2200/s00412ed1v01y201203eng018 fatcat:bjgmf76vpnedfifwyqrx6fxb2m

A Critical Analytic Discussion of Massive Curriculum Pedagogy Comparable to Holly Books-Towards ICTs Strategies

M. Ziad Hamdan
2021 Indonesian Journal Of Educational Research and Review  
, ICTs' based, and collaborative peers, enabling 97% of learners to achieve the studied "blend-digit" curricula.  ...  Considering the research results and the pragmatic principle of 'nothing can respond to diversity except diversity', the Author offered a countering strategy ("Schools without Flunking") merited with personalized  ...  As such, they feel more comfortable keeping the 'status quo of learning and teaching.  ... 
doi:10.23887/ijerr.v4i3.41633 fatcat:zj2qki2vefauxdb6tcx5r2q5j4

Feminising Innovation: Challenges in Science and Technology Studies (STS)

Gabriele Griffin
2021 Feminist Encounters: A Journal of Critical Studies in Culture and Politics  
It does so via an exploration of the embedding of a new academic discipline, in this instance Digital Humanities, in existing higher education institutions in the Nordic countries.  ...  As part of this, the article analyses how innovation can be considered both desirable and disruptive (innovation as such constitutes a disruptive technology), and utilises Fiona Mackay's (2014) notions  ...  DIGITAL HUMANITIES AS INNOVATION Given this feminised status of innovation I want to consider a particular innovation in the academy -Digital Humanities or DH for short -and its reception within Nordic  ... 
doi:10.20897/femenc/11161 fatcat:3y4lbjoinrachb2g3eyvd3gyem

The Future of Anthropology

Jon-Michael Odean
2018 OKH Journal: Anthropological Ethnography and Analysis Through the Eyes of Christian Faith  
The world as we know it is moving further and further into a virtual, digital world. We are brought closer and closer together yet further and further from each other's humanity.  ...  This coupled with the incredibly fast advancements in technology and skills required in the workforce has resulted in the academy struggling to keep pace and maintain its current status quo.  ... 
doi:10.18251/okh.v2i2.37 fatcat:vuorug2q6nepxpr4cmyju7pr6e

Tertiary education in Ergonomics and Human Factors: Quo Vadis?

Jodi Oakman, Sue Hignett, Matthew Davis, Gemma Read, Michelle Aslanides, Bouhafs Mebarki, Stephen Legg
2019 Ergonomics  
In 2019, the Human Factors and Ergonomics (HFE) discipline turned 70; to celebrate, an international group of academics and educators have reflected on the status of HFE tertiary education across the globe  ...  Practitioner summary: A range of structural issues and financial pressures exist within the tertiary education system that creates challenges for the viability of specialist programmes such as HFE.  ...  Special thanks to Jessica Hutchings at the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa, who was a co-organiser of the special session 'Tertiary education in Ergonomics and Human Factors: Quo vadis?'  ... 
doi:10.1080/00140139.2019.1701095 pmid:31795846 fatcat:pcltpyhswrhdzjrildhx3afgii

Health and Human Rights: An International Crusade

Marvellous Mhloyi
1995 Health and Human Rights: An International Journal  
At the other end of this continuum are nations whose citizens have knowledge and a high degree of enjoyment of their basic rights, with structures in place to intervene in, or at least monitor, cases where  ...  The intricate relationship between health and human rights embraces not only civil and political rights but-perhaps first and foremost-the right to health.  ...  There is comfort in failing to challenge the status quo.  ... 
doi:10.2307/4065208 pmid:10395716 fatcat:sm6242ztozgq3atpg7durq7qj4

Paradigm Shifts in Cryptographic Engineering

Raphael Phan, Moti Yung
2019 IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing  
Indeed, the field is far from being in a state of stagnation: Substantial breakthroughs have been made in cryptography and security in the past decade that were beyond the norm of natural linear progress  ...  As with any technology, and as was predicted over 20 years ago by cryptographers, cryptography is a doubleedged sword that has been used by both the good guys to get security, but also by others to get  ...  conventional paradigms, rocks the crypto boat, questions the status quo, and raises controversial issues.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tdsc.2019.2934527 fatcat:576gkdrlrjdzpbkcvcvejpqtyu

Preface [chapter]

2021 Data Science  
Beyond that, a cultural change is also taking place requiring individual, social, govern- mental, public, and private organizations to continually challenge the status quo, explore alternatives, and get  ...  comfortable with some degree of failure in the relent- less march toward digitalization.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110697827-202 fatcat:m5ouaiskuncq7n6ulndalajrjm

Foundations of Communication Theory—A Foreword

Wayne N. Thompson
1961 Journal of Communication  
Distinguishing between the present status of the receiving organism and the goal-state to which it aspires, he analyzes information in respect to the degree to which the receiver moves from the status  ...  Sinnott, an eminent biologist and the Dean Emeritus of the Graduate School, Yale University, is a scholar who sees important parallels between biological processes and communication as semantically per  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1460-2466.1961.tb00001.x fatcat:knmd4dvfmbabpodi2fsbrwei3a

Educational scenarios for digital futures

Sandy Schuck, Peter Aubusson
2010 Journal of Educational Media  
In short, the status quo scenarios are unattractive and unsustainable as learning futures for a modern society.  ...  However, the scenario that was predicted as most likely was a Bureaucratic System (status quo).  ... 
doi:10.1080/17439884.2010.509351 fatcat:u6h5o63h7zacxl7oalw3zej56u

Page 72 of SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal Vol. 122, Issue 6 [page]

2013 SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal  
He has a B.A. degree from Oberlin College, a BSEE from Washington University in St. Louis and an MSEE degree from the Illinois Institute of Technology.  ...  changes in the status quo are eventually inevitable.  ... 
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