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Knowing from Within

Mia Rosa Koss Hartmann, Nadja Kirchhoff Hestehave, Lotte Høgh, Kira Vrist Rønn
2018 Nordisk Politiforskning  
A current discussion about the role of research knowledge, particularly in Nordic police research, is concerned with research-funding collaborations being too entangled with political interests in documenting  ...  best-practices ("what works"), to maintain a trustworthy degree of critical and freely reflexive ethos.  ...  This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons CC-BY-NC 4.0 License (  ... 
doi:10.18261/issn.1894-8693-2018-01-03 fatcat:xhsk2erqnrenxedqh7qskcrs2m

To know or not to know? Not the only question in familial breast cancer risk communication

C Maddock, D Schrijvers, Mrd Turco, L Marotti, R Sullivan
2011 ecancermedicalscience  
There is a balance when attending to patient's information needs, as to what level and amount of information is required by the individual at a particular time and communicators need to be able to tailor  ...  The aim of this research for the Eurocancercoms project was to explore patients' experience of risk communication in breast cancer and to investigate a mechanism for sharing these experiences using a filmed  ...  Acknowledgements This research was performed as part of the Eurocancercoms project and was supported by FP7 European Commission funding, Grant no 230548.  ... 
doi:10.3332/ecancer.2011.239 pmid:22276070 pmcid:PMC3251510 fatcat:2l2gjqemk5fwlnngiyadfj4aim

Teacher knowing or not knowing about students

Nyna Amin, Renuka Vithal
2015 South African Journal of Education  
A surprise finding for successful teaching, in what may be considered difficult yet not uncommon conditions of schooling in South Africa, is that knowing about students can be dangerous, and that not knowing  ...  Based on a critical ethnography of an urban high school that exemplifies the many changes of post-apartheid South Africa, this paper presents data about two teachers who propose opposing perspectives and  ...  But the way in which teachers purport to know is not simply based on their personal ideas about students, it is experientially significant, making its impact felt in the lives of individuals in terms of  ... 
doi:10.15700/saje.v35n3a1078 fatcat:baxt33o2svad3jgilvpwjkckfq

Public secrets in public health: Knowing not to know while making scientific knowledge

2013 American Ethnologist  
This is not at issue if everyone, as if following a tacit agreement, speaks as if they do not know what they know, do not see what they see.  ...  research is not derived from a logic of responsibility or care but of choice.  ... 
doi:10.1111/amet.12002 fatcat:2ox42jxgzzaw5mtvx2sgo3zhxa

Getting to Know You

Lisa van der Werff, Finian Buckley
2016 Journal of Management  
This manuscript is currently in press at Journal of Management Acknowledgements: This research was conducted with the support of Dublin City University under the Daniel O'Hare Research Scholarship scheme  ...  Furthermore, the study indicates that propensity to trust has a statistically significant effect on the initial status of intention to rely on and disclose information with coworkers but not on changes  ...  to initial status of trust intentions but not to changes in reliance and disclosure over time.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0149206314543475 fatcat:p7wi2gotejhejjacdqiazrkjca

How and Why Libraries are Changing: What We Know and What We Need to Know

Denise A. Troll
2002 portal: Libraries and the Academy  
For example, how do you articulate and assess a measure of the library's impact on student learning and faculty research?  ...  Though ratios that relate traditional output measures to the size of the campus community facilitate comparison, what good is it to know the ratio of total volumes or library staff to the student population  ... 
doi:10.1353/pla.2002.0023 fatcat:qnmpqrn6fzff3jc42tpxr5mf7i

Punctuation [chapter]

Jennifer Peat, Elizabeth Elliott, Louise Baur, Victoria Keena
2013 Scientific Writing Easy when you know how  
Acknowledgements xii Foreword xiii Acknowledgements We extend our thanks to the researchers who were noble enough to allow us to use their draft sentences in our examples.  ...  None of us writes perfectly to begin with or expects to see our first efforts displayed publicly.  ...  By recognising that the value of information is determined by those who use it, what better way to measure the quality of the work than by measuring the impact it makes on the community at large.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118708019.ch11 fatcat:ugxxykjqpnbzxj37jcs4opsnfu

Air pollution and me: What do we know and what should I do?

Abigail Whitehouse
2021 Physiology News  
What came with it was a strange new quietness to suburban life, a sky devoid of the roar of jet planes overhead or constant hum of traffic, the air itself smelled sweeter.  ...  Welcome to another issue of Physiology News. Hopefully as this arrives in your pigeonhole (or inbox for those of you reading this online), you will be enjoying the first days of summer.  ...  It still feels unbelievable sometimes. I do wonder what chances I have to be a protagonist in the competitive field of brain physiology. I really do not know.  ... 
doi:10.36866/122.30 fatcat:snva6jkiunc2nfkiwcwd3cffii


Darlene K. Falco
2016 Zenodo  
The purpose of this doctoral project was to examine published PSAC evidence in order to conceptualize it, identify modifiable factors related to it, and provide recommendations for providers which may  ...  Prior patient experiences, colored or mediated by patient emotions, along with the realities of a current experience impacts how patients perceive or remember their overall anesthetic experience.  ...  Given that test-retest reliability of a measure is sensitive to time, these outcome measures may be compromised. To what degree, after the operation, did you feel afraid of pain?  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4444669 fatcat:q72tsyte2bfijjm5qeqtqzgi7e

Ways of Knowing Compassion: How Do We Come to Know, Understand, and Measure Compassion When We See It?

Jennifer S. Mascaro, Marianne P. Florian, Marcia J. Ash, Patricia K. Palmer, Tyralynn Frazier, Paul Condon, Charles Raison
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
Our goal is to highlight the distinguishing features of each of these ways of knowing compassion, as well as the strengths and limitations of applying them to specific research questions.  ...  To bring the empirical findings of separate and sometimes siloed disciplines into conversation with one another requires an examination of their disparate assumptions about what compassion is and how it  ...  It is also clear that there is a lack of clarity about how to measure compassion at the level of organizations and communities.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.547241 pmid:33132956 pmcid:PMC7561712 fatcat:nftjpvj3wnevnixpqdrm2bd2aa

Introduction [chapter]

John Grim, Mary Evelyn Tucker
2020 Living Earth Community  
Acknowledgments We are moved, like Teilhard de Chardin, to claim we live in a divine milieu and that matter, spirit, and life are intertwined in a sacred process.  ...  Familiarity with evolution can open awareness or consciousness to Earth mysticism, a blend of the best of science and religion. 11  ...  What a gorilla knows is part of what it is like to be a gorilla. What a scientist knows is part of what it is like to be a scientist. What a rabbi knows is part of what it is like to be a rabbi.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0186.22 fatcat:tu5qfce3m5b5tdpdszxgsz6kju

Industry Induces Academic Science to Know Less about More

James A. Evans
2010 American Journal of Sociology  
You know, maybe gene expression or, you know, some sort of broad area-drought tolerance-or…we got really quite a few of those and they don't tend to be gigantic, but they tend to be collaborations at some  ...  Moreover, it expands the terms of the debate surrounding the influence of industry collaboration on science and provides a new, more precise vision of what might be at stake.  ... 
doi:10.1086/653834 fatcat:tmpfrd5at5euzklt3ne63d32iu

Reconceptualising professional learning through knowing-in-practice: a case study of a coaches high performance centre

Simon Phelan, Mark Griffiths
2018 Sport Coaching Review  
As 296 such, we would argue that the research presented is credible in that significant time has been 297 spent not to 'test' trustworthiness, but to critique, collaborate and reflect upon interpretations  ...  role] what they want it to be. In my head I know that [specific discipline] in this country 323 is underperforming, so I'm here to apply strategic thinking and try and right it."  ... 
doi:10.1080/21640629.2018.1424405 fatcat:pyo75y2onrexjlaeo7jaxfqo24

Knowledge exchange methods in practice: knowing how to design for older adults

Lesley J. McIntyre, Ian Ruaraidh Harrison
2016 arq: Architectural Research Quarterly  
Complex design challenges exist in designing for a dynamic and ageing world. Designing for older adults is a timely and important issue.  ...  Appropriate exchange of knowledge is essential for effective 'real-world' design impact.  ...  Research data statement Supporting Data for the interviews and questionnaire data has not been made available in order to protect the confidentiality of the participants.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1359135516000361 fatcat:faqrnrsxczbwhaogzcvpt25ufe

No Opinion, Don't Know, and Maybe No Answer

Leo Bogart
1967 Public Opinion Quarterly  
In the words of Edmund Burke, "Your representative owes you not his industry only, but his judg-*The New York Times of Feb. 18, 1966, states that "the White House is keeping a sharp eye on the state of  ...  To a very large extent it is not a study of opinion at all but of purchasing or consumption behavior as the respondent reports it.  ...  We are apt to answer questions differently when we know the decision is really up to us, but it is harder and harder to have this feeling when we are told who is going to win an election before we have  ... 
doi:10.1086/267533 fatcat:qmm3o64pvrhydbe4vd6rqzv7aa
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