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Immediacy

Orestes P. Coccia

Immediacy

by Orestes P. Coccia

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Published by University Press of America .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Philosophy of religion

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages379
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11391822M
    ISBN 100819112518
    ISBN 109780819112514
    OCLC/WorldCa6666515

    Based on the author's personal diary, the book has a startling immediacy which is complemented by reflections matured over three decades. 0 Whether TV is more effective than radio is debatable; clearly, images offer an immediacy and credibility sound alone lacks.   The logic of immediacy is the idea that technology should closely reflect the real world in order to create a sense of presence (). Or, the desire for immediacy is the desire for an experience without mediation (, emphasis added).

    Arte of Now: Practice of Immediacy in the Arts is the culmination of her “creative exploration and expression” and her gift to everyone living on our diverse and creative planet. Read More Sign up for our email newsletter to receive highlights of the latest book reviews, essays, and author interviews. Through a highly sensitive exploration of key concepts and metaphors, Bernard Faure guides Western readers in appreciating some of the more elusive aspects of the Chinese tradition of Chan Buddhism and its outgrowth, Japanese Zen. He focuses on Chan's insistence on "immediacy"--its denial of all traditional mediations, including scripture, ritual, good works--and yet shows how these mediations.

    Teacher immediacy is the term used to describe communication behaviors that reduce the perceived distance between teacher and students. By definition, immediacy behaviors convey teacher warmth. The search for immediacy, the desire to feel directly connected to people or events, has been a driving force in American literature and media culture for the past two centuries. This book offers the first in-depth study of literary immediacy effects. It shows how the heightened reality effects of Author: Heike Schaefer.


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‘Surreal immediacy’: how a 1,page novel became a hour audiobook Lucy Ellmann’s Ducks, Newburyport has attracted much attention for its Author: Laura Snapes. Immediacy and Meaning seeks to approach the odd uneasiness at root in all metaphysical meaning; that the human knower attempts to mediate what cannot be mediated; that there is a pre-cognitive immemorial immediacy to Being that renders its participants irreducible, incommunicable and personal.

The dilemma of metaphysics rests on the relationship between the Author: Caitlin Smith Gilson. Next, immediacy is examined as a communicative behavior and related to the classroom. Finally, data from students regarding teaching assistants immediacy, impact on affective and cognitive learning, and the Student Instructional Report II are analyzed and results discussed.

Teaching Context, Immediacy, and Immediacy in the Classroom. Creating Teacher Immediacy in Online Learning Environments addresses the most effective models and strategies for nurturing teacher immediacy in web-based and virtual learning environments.

A number of innovative methods for building an authentic, personalized online learning experience are outlined and discussed at length within this. In Learning in the Age of Immediacy: 5 Factors for How We Connect, Communicate, and Get Work Done, learning strategist Brandon Carson argues that five edge technologies (augmented reality and virtual reality, the cloud, mobile, big data, and the Internet of Everything) are transforming the modern workplace, requiring new learning methods to 5/5(2).

The book had a lack of immediacy for most people. The drawings convey both immediacy and a sense of violence. Oxford Collocations Dictionary verb + immediacy. lack; convey; phrases.

a lack of immediacy; See full entry. lack of delay; speed. Our aim is immediacy of response to emergency calls. Immediacy Index. The Immediacy Index is the average number of times an article is cited in the year it is published.

The journal Immediacy Index indicates how quickly articles in a journal are cited.; The aggregate Immediacy Index indicates how quickly articles in a subject category are cited.; The Immediacy Index is calculated by dividing the number of citations to articles published in a.

Wholly-owned by the partners, Fabian-Baber set the standard for educational media that is diverse, inclusive, aligned to core curriculum, and technically excellent. Inthe company changed its name to Immediacy Learning to reflect the changing needs of learners for content that is customized, more granular, personal, and timely.

Book Overview. From the moment of our birth every single one of us must cope with the world around oneself. The book demonstrates that our coping behaviors are not random flailing. They contain distinct patterns of orderliness. Five of these are explored. Together, they form an emerging paradigm for understanding Immediacy.

Read More Order a. Instructional Immediacy Online: /ch Educators in both traditional and online learning events have consistently recognized a link between teachers who demonstrate warm, friendly behaviors and theAuthor: Sherri Melrose.

4. Teacher immediacy correlates with affective learning outcomes (attitudes, beliefs and values toward learning) and (slightly) with cognitive learning outcomes (recognition, recall, understanding content). If all this sounds great to you, you might be wondering what the behaviors look like and how you can use them effectively.

Immediacy itself is defined as the psychological closeness a communicator (sender) conveys between him- or herself and the recipient of the message (Mehrabian, ; ). written several social media curriculum books to bolster the student and faculty experience and is co-author of a new book series with LauraAnn Migliore, Ph.D.

on work. BOOK REVIEW: ‘No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference’ highlights immediacy of climate crisis By Dook Snyder Sunday, Jan 5, Arts & Entertainment 22 Greta Thunberg. This perception of immediacy can he misleading, for interviews are highly contrived public performances, providing ample opportunity for self-promotion and blague.

More than anything else, what the first person perspective adds is a sense of immediacy. Though it's written in the past tense, there's an immediacy to. The Rhetoric of Immediacy book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

Exploring key concepts and metaphors, Bernard Faure guides /5. Learning in the Age of Immediacy book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Welcome to the Age of Immediacy. We're in a new era 4/5.

The dialectics of immediacy and reflection, of reflection killing immediacy and raising the question of the possibility of a new immediacy is the main theme of Immediacy and Reflection in Kierkegaard's Thought. The book contains contributions authored by a number of well known Kierkegaard scholars.

The Rhetoric of Immediacy. Bernard Faure. Paperback ISBN: $75/£ [The book] offers the best narration in English of the role that magicians, healers, jesters, relics, mummies, dreams, funerals, deities, and mundane rituals play in a tradition that lays claim to emptiness.".

Therefore, the inherent paradox within the relationship of media to immediacy is that while immediacy is the abridgement of media in favor of the connection between the elements that are being mediated, immediacy relies on the existence of media to further reduce the.

A characteristic term which occurs with great frequency in Mark's Gospel is the Greek word Eutheos," which is variously translated "straight away, immediately" etc. Notice a few of the occurrences of this word in the first chapter alone: "And straight away coming up out of the water, He saw the heavens opened, and the Spirit like a dove descending upon Him" (v.

10). Negatively valenced immediacy results in: 1. Negative perceptions and attitudes toward the interaction partner 2.

Compensation, avoidance and reductions in immediacy behavior 3. Reductions in relational closeness and feelings of intimacy.The search for immediacy, the desire to feel directly connected to people or events, has been a driving force in American literature and media culture for the past two centuries.

This book offers the first in-depth study of literary immediacy effects."Immediacy is the act of discussing in the here-and-now how the therapist is feeling about the patient, about himself/herself in relation to the patient, or about the patient-therapist relationsh.