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immediate

1. Philosophy of or relating to an object or concept that is directly known or intuited
2. Logic (of an inference) deriving its conclusion from a single premise, esp by conversion or obversion of a categorial statement
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Immediacy works as an attempt to erase or to conceal the remediation by making the medium invisible.
Kearney et al found teacher immediacy was the most powerful predictor of students' reported willingness to comply with teacher requests.
heart of 'intimacy and immediacy although based on the rawness of reality, Cowbury and Latowicki distance the story from real life and spin truth into fiction.
We first need to look briefly at Kierkegaard's descriptions of existence-spheres (or "stages of life") and their relation, first, to the "individual" in Kierkegaard's sense and, second, to immediacy and reflection, before discussing the sense of the second immediacy in religiousness B.
It then explores immediacy as a news value along with broader issues relating to professional ideology.
The researchers operationally defined effective instruction as instruction characterized by the use of a variety of teaching methods, a variety of cognitive levels reached during instruction, and the presence of teacher immediacy behaviors.
The immediacy index calculates how often an article is cited in the same year it is published.
Having set these debates aside, Musharbash is able to focus on the three concepts that frame Yuendumu Everyday: mobility, immediacy, and intimacy.
Immediacy was first conceptualized by Mehrabian (1967) as any communicative behavior that makes a message receiver feel physically or psychologically closer to the message sender.
For example, the combination of teacher immediacy and clarity was found to produce better learning outcomes than the presence of either individually since immediate teaching gains students' attention whereas clear teaching helps students process messages (Chesebro & McCroskey, 1998a).
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between perceived instructor immediacy and student challenge behavior (i.
Immediacy, a UK content management solution provider and part of the Mediasurface group (AIM: MSR), announced on Wednesday (14 May) the successful launch of Welsh Assembly Government Flexible Support for Business website with new Gold partner, Sequence, a digital agency in Wales.