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Staring

Never look or stare. In staring, one object or person is a continual focus of visual interest for a certain period of time. Staring can be interpreted as hostile as disapproval of the behavior of others, or the result of intense concentration, in ...

                                               

Stonewalling

Resistance is a refusal to communicate or cooperate. Such behaviour occurs in situations such as marriage guidance counseling, diplomatic negotiations, political and legal Affairs. Body language may indicate and reinforce this by avoiding contact ...

                                               

Superficial charm

Superficial charm is the ability to be smooth, engaging, charming, slick and verbally superficial. The phrase often appears in lists of attributes of psychopathic personalities, such as Hervey M. Cleckleys Mask of sanity, and Robert D. hare, the ...

                                               

Sycophancy

Sycophancy is flattery that is very obedient, or an indication of deference to another to an excessive or servile degree. A user of sycophancy, is called a sycophant or Yes-man.” Alternative phrases are often used such as:

                                               

Taunting

A taunt is a battle cry, sarcastic remark, gesture, or hurt, to demoralize the recipient, or to anger them and encourage reactionary behaviors without thinking. Mockery can exist in the form of social competition to gain control of target indicat ...

                                               

Teasing

Teasing has multiple meanings and uses. In relations between people, teasing exists in three major forms, playful, hurtful, and educative. Teasing can have a variety of effects, depending on how it is used and the desired effect. When teasing is ...

                                               

Tend and befriend

Tend-and-befriend is a behavior exhibited by some animals, including humans, in response to the threat. This refers to the protection of offspring and the search for social groups for mutual protection. In evolutionary psychology, as a rule, and ...

                                               

Theories of political behavior

Theories of political behavior, as an aspect of political science, attempt to quantify and explain the influences that define the political leaders of opinion, ideology and levels of political participation. Generally speaking, the behavior of th ...

                                               

Theory of narrative thought

The theory of narrative thought is a theory of mind, intended to bridge the gap between neurological functioning of the brain and the flow of everyday conscious experience. Proposed Lee Roy beach, of the theory of extended beach, Byron Bissell, J ...

                                               

Token resistance

Resistance is a term commonly known in the seduction community, meaning refusal of achievements, almost always of a sexual kind, with the intention of actually participating in an activity that was originally rejected.

                                               

Turncoat

A defector is a person who shifts allegiance of loyalty or ideal to another, betraying or deserting an original cause by switching to the opposite side or party. In the political and social history, this is distinct from being a traitor, as the s ...

                                               

Two-factor theory of intelligence

Charles Spearman developed his two-factor theory of intelligence using factor analysis. His research not only led him to develop the concept of a g factor of General intelligence, but with the factor of specific intellectual abilities. L. L. Thur ...

                                               

Ultracrepidarianism

Ultracrepidarianism is the habit of giving opinions and recommendations on matters for the knowledge. The term ultracrepidarian was first publicly recorded in 1819 by the essayist William Hazlitt in an open letter to William Gifford, editor of th ...

                                               

Uncle Tom syndrome

Uncle Tom syndrome is a theory in psychology. He refers to the skill of survival, where people use passivity and submissiveness when confronted with a threat, leading to subservient behaviour and appeasement, while concealing their true thoughts ...

                                               

User behavior analytics

Analysis of users behavior, as defined by Gartner-is the process of ensuring cybersecurity on the detection of insider threats, targeted attacks and financial fraud. UBA solutions to look at patterns of human behavior, and then apply algorithms a ...

                                               

Venality

Venality is a Vice associated with bribeable, cruel, selfish, or sale of services or power, especially when people are meant to behave in a decent way instead. In its most recognizable form, dishonesty, venality causes people to lie and steal for ...

                                               

Victim blaming

Blaming the victim occurs when the victim of a crime or wrongful act is held entirely or partially in the harm that they suffered. The study of victimology seeks to mitigate the prejudice against the victims and an understanding that victims are ...

                                               

Victim playing

Victim playing is the fabrication of victimhood for a variety of reasons, such as to justify abuse of others, to manipulate others, a coping strategy or attention seeking.

                                               

Viveza criolla

Viveza criolla is a Spanish language phrase literally means "Creoles cleverness" and could be translated as "Creoles cunning" describing a way of life in Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Colombia and Venezuela and other Latin American countries. It is ...

                                               

Widowhood effect

The widowhood effect is the increase of probability that the man died relatively short time after long time the death of a spouse. The picture shows a sharp increase in the risk of death for widowers, especially, but not exclusively, in the next ...

                                               

Work behavior

Work behavior is the behavior used in the field of employment and generally more formal than other types of human behavior. It depends on profession to profession, but some are much more casual than others. For example, a computer programmer, usu ...

                                               

Working memory

Working memory is a cognitive system with limited capacity that is responsible for temporary holding of information for processing. Working memory is important for reasoning and management decisions and actions. Working memory is often used as a ...

                                               

Workplace deviance

The workplace deviance, in group psychology, may be described as the deliberate desire to harm the organization – more specifically, the workplace. The concept has become an instrumental component in the field of organizational communication. Mor ...

                                               

Humanities

Humanities disciplines that study aspects of human society and culture. In the Renaissance this term is opposed to the deity and referred to what is now called classic, the main focus of secular study in universities at the time. Today the Humani ...

                                               

Humanities Indicators

The Humanities indicators is a project of the American Academy of arts and Sciences equips researchers and policymakers, universities, foundations, museums, libraries, Humanities councils and other public institutions with statistical tools for a ...

                                               

Outline of the humanities

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to the Humanities: The Humanities are disciplines that study the human condition using methods that are primarily analytical, critical, or speculative, in contrast to the mainl ...

                                               

Anthropology

Anthropology is the scientific study of man, human behavior and society, past and present. Social anthropology studies the laws of behavior and research cultural anthropology cultural significance, including norms and values. Linguistic anthropol ...

                                               

Area studies

Research in interdisciplinary areas of research and scholarship pertaining to particular geographical, national / Federal, or cultural regions. The term exists primarily as a General description for what, in the practice of scholarship, many hete ...

                                               

Art history

Art history is the study of objects of art in their historical development and stylistic contexts, i.e. genre, design, format and style. The study includes painting, sculpture, architecture, Ceramics, Furniture, and other decorative items. Art hi ...

                                               

Caucasology

Caucasology, or the Caucasus belongs to the historical and geopolitical Caucasus region. The branch has more than 150 years of history. In 1972, the Center Kavkasioni was founded under the auspices of the President of Israel Zalman Shazar.

                                               

Change and continuity

Change and continuity-this is a classic dichotomy in the field of history, historical sociology and the social Sciences in General. The dichotomy is used to discuss and evaluate to what extent the historical development or event represents an imp ...

                                               

Chorography

Chorography is the art of describing or mapping a region or district, and the extension such a description or map. The term comes from the writings of the ancient geographer pomponius Atticus Mela and Ptolemy, where it means a geographical descri ...

                                               

Classics

Classics or classical studies is the study of classical antiquity. It includes the study of the Greco-Roman world, especially its language and literature, but Greco-Roman philosophy, history and archaeology. Traditionally in the West, the study o ...

                                               

Disclosing New Worlds

Disclosing new worlds: entrepreneurship, Democratic action and cultivation of solidarity-is a book co-authored with Fernando Flores, Hubert Dreyfus and Charles Spinosa. This philosophical statement was, to restore or enhance democracy, social con ...

                                               

Gender equality

Gender equality also known as gender equality or equality of the sexes, this condition of equal access to resources and opportunities, regardless of gender, including economic participation and decision-making process, and the state valuation of ...

                                               

German studies

German research in the field of Humanities that researches, documents, and dissemination of German language and literature in both its historic and contemporary forms. The departments of German studies often include classes on German culture, Ger ...

                                               

Global intellectual history

Global intellectual history is the history of thought in the world during the whole period of human history, is often understood from the invention of writing until the present time. Discipline is part intellectual history, also known as history ...

                                               

Health humanities

Health Humanities is an interdisciplinary field of study that draws on aspects of the arts and Humanities in its approach to health care, health and well-being. It involves the application of creative and fine arts and Humanities in health and hu ...

                                               

History by period

Ancient history refers to the period of time in which scientists have discovered the earliest remains of human activity, or about 60.000 BC. It ends with the fall of several important empires such as the Western Roman Empire in the Mediterranean, ...

                                               

Hprints

hprints is an archive for electronic preprints of scientific papers in the field of arts and Humanities. It can be freely available via the Internet, since this is an open access repository aiming at the creation of scientific documents in open a ...

                                               

Humanities in the United States

The Humanities in the United States refers to the study of the Humanities, such as literature, history, language, performing and visual arts or philosophy, in the United States of America. Many American colleges and universities strive to provide ...

                                               

Integrated human studies

Integrated human studies is a new educational area that empowers people with knowledge and competences in a variety of disciplines so they can solve the problems facing humanity in this century. It differs from other interdisciplinary educational ...

                                               

Intellectual history

Intellectual history refers to the history of ideas and thinkers. This history cannot be considered without the knowledge of the people who created, discussed, wrote about what in other ways was connected with ideas. Intellectual history as pract ...

                                               

Library science

Library science is an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary field That applies the practices, approaches and tools of management, information technology, education and other fields, libraries, collection, organization, storage and dissemination ...

                                               

Linguistic turn

The linguistic turn is one of the main areas of Western philosophy in the early 20th century, the most important characteristic of which is the focusing of philosophy, and other Humanities primarily on the relationship between language users and ...

                                               

List of people considered a founder in a Humanities field

Those who are known as father, mother, or considered a founder in a Humanities-those who have made important contributions in this area. In some fields several people are considered the founders, while in others the title "Father" is debatable. S ...

                                               

Literary nonsense

Literary nonsense is a broad categorization of literature that balances the elements that make sense With the fact that it is not necessary, with the effect of undermining the language conventions or logical reasoning. Although the most well know ...

                                               

Media studies

Media studies is a discipline and field of study that deals with the content, history and effects of various media, particularly in the media. Media studies may draw on traditions and the social Sciences and Humanities, but mostly from its core d ...

                                               

Oral tradition

Oral tradition, or legend, is a form of human communication, in which knowledge obtained of the arts, ideas and cultural material that is preserved and transmitted orally from one generation to the next. Transmission occurs through speech or song ...

                                               

Public humanities

Public Humanities is the work of engaging diverse audiences in exploring the heritage, traditions and history, and significance of the Humanities in the modern conditions of social and cultural life. Public Humanities is often practiced in Federa ...

                                               

Romance studies

Romance studies is an academic discipline that encompasses the study of languages, literatures, and cultures of areas that speak a romance language. Romance studies departments usually include the study of Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese. ...

                                               

Satire

In the literature, and less frequently in non-fiction, satire is genre of literature and the arts, in which vices, follies, abuses and shortcomings are exposed to ridicule, ideally with the intent of shaming individuals, corporations, state and s ...

                                               

School of Letters

Writing was a Summer Institute and a diploma program at Indiana University, Bloomington. The school moved from Kenyon College in 1951 after the termination of funding of the school of English by the Rockefeller Foundation. I. U. President Herman ...

                                               

Somatic theory

Somatic theory is a theory of human social behavior based loosely on the somatic marker hypothesis of Antonio Damasio, which proposes a mechanism by which emotional processes can guide behavior, particularly decision-making and the theory of atta ...

                                               

Spatial turn

"Spatial turn" - an intellectual movement that focuses on place and space in social Sciences and Humanities. It is closely connected with the quantitative study of history, literature, mapping, and other research companies. The movement has an ef ...

                                               

Transparency (behavior)

Transparency as used in science, engineering, business, the Humanities and in other social contexts, acts in such a way that it is easy for others to see what actions are performed. Transparency implies openness, communication and accountability. ...

                                               

Variantology

Variantology has been conceived as an international research project to develop critical appraisal of conventional concepts of" media.” The concept of environment is thus open to approaches and disciplines that still remain beyond the modern mass ...

                                               

Vorlage

And in the vorlage is the previous version or manifestation of the text under consideration. This may apply to this version of the text, particularly handwritten text, or more complex manifestation of the text. Thus, the original language version ...

                                               

Women in musicology

Women in musicology describes the role of women professors, scholars and researchers in higher education departments of education, music studies in higher education institutions, including universities, colleges and conservatories. Traditionally, ...

                                               

The Word and the World

The word and the world Project, Stanford University learning lab developed a large lecture, Introduction to Humanities course, the adoption of pedagogical strategies and technologies designed to enhance learning. The course was given in 1997 and ...

                                               

World community

The term global community is used primarily in political and humanitarian contexts to describe an international aggregate of nation States of various types. In most connotations, the term is used to convey meanings attached to consensus or inclus ...

                                               

Knowledge

Knowledge is knowledge, awareness or understanding of someone or something such as facts information descriptions or skills which is acquired through experience or education by perceiving, discovering, or learning. Knowledge can refer to theoreti ...

                                               

History of knowledge

The history of knowledge in the area of coverage of knowledge and of a famous person created or opened throughout the history of the world and its historical forms, focus, storage, media, influence, mediation, distribution of apps, social context ...

                                               

Outline of knowledge

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to knowledge: Knowledge – familiarity with someone or something which can include facts, information, descriptions, and / or skills acquired through experience or education. It ...

                                               

A Causal Theory of Knowing

"The causal theory of knowledge" is a philosophical essay written by Alvin Goldman in 1967, published in the journal of philosophy. It is based on existing theories of knowledge epistemology, the study of philosophy through the sphere of knowledg ...

                                               

Knowledge acquisition

Knowledge acquisition is the process used to define the rules and ontologies required for a knowledge system. This phrase was first used in combination with the expert system to describe the original problem associated with the development of the ...

                                               

Activity theory

Theory of activity is an umbrella term for a line of eclectic social Sciences theories and research with its roots in the Soviet psychological theory of activity, developed by L. S. Vygotsky, A. Leontiev and S. Rubinstein. These scientists have t ...

                                               

Age of Enlightenment

The Age of Enlightenment was an intellectual and philosophical movement that dominated the world of ideas in Europe during the 18th century, the "Century of Philosophy". The Enlightenment emerged out of a European intellectual and scholarly movem ...

                                               

Agnotology

Agnotology is the study of culturally-induced ignorance or doubt, particularly the publication of inaccurate or misleading scientific data. In 1995, Robert n Proctor, Professor at Stanford University specializing in the history of science and tec ...

                                               

Arationality

Arationality is a condition or characteristic of the arational, of being outside the realm of reason. The term is different from irrationality, which describes the state which goes against reason, not beyond it. In this connection, that goes beyo ...

                                               

Knowledge ark

The ark of knowledge is a collection of knowledge preserved in such a way that future generations will have access to this knowledge, if the current means of access have been lost. Scenarios where accessibility to information, such as the Interne ...

                                               

Autoepistemic logic

In autoepistemic logic is a formal logic for knowledge representation and reasoning about knowledge. While propositional logic can only Express facts, autoepistemic logic can Express knowledge and lack of knowledge about the facts. Stable model s ...

                                               

Bildung

Bildung refers to the German tradition of self-cultivation, in which philosophy and education are linked in such a way that refers to the process, both personal and cultural maturation. This maturation is described as the harmonization of persons ...

                                               

Body of knowledge

A body of knowledge is the complete set of concepts, terms and activities that make up a professional domain, as defined by the relevant scientific society or professional Association. This type of representation of knowledge in any organization ...

                                               

Book desert

The book the desert is a geographic area where printed books and other reading materials allegedly difficult to obtain, especially without access to a car or other mode of transport. Some researchers identified a book of deserts, linking them wit ...

                                               

Cognitive closure (philosophy)

"Transcendental naturalism" redirects here. Not to be confused with F. W. J. Schellings transcendental naturalism. In the philosophy of science and philosophy of mind, cognitive closure is the proposition that the human mind is constitutionally i ...

                                               

Cognitive justice

The concept of cognitive justice is based on the recognition of plurality of knowledge and expresses the right of different forms of knowledge to coexist. Indian scholar Shiv Visvanathan coined the term cognitive justice in 1997 the book "a carni ...

                                               

Common knowledge

General knowledge is knowledge that is known by everyone or nearly everyone, usually with reference to the community that uses the term. Common knowledge need not concern one specific topic such as science or history. Rather, General knowledge on ...

                                               

Common knowledge (logic)

General knowledge is a special kind of knowledge for the agent group. There is common knowledge of p in a group of agents g when all agents In G know P, they all know that they know p, they all know they all know that they know P, And so on to in ...

                                               

Community of practice

Community of practice is a group of people who share a craft or profession. This concept was first proposed by the cognitive anthropologist Jean lave and educational theorist Etienne Wenger in their 1991 book situated learning. Wenger then signif ...

                                               

Creative computing

Creative computing covers an interdisciplinary field at the cross-over of creative arts and computing. Issues of creativity include the discovery of knowledge, for example.

                                               

Credential

The diploma is a proof of qualification, competence or authority issued to a natural person third party with a relevant or de facto or perceived competence. Examples of credentials include academic diplomas, academic degrees, certificates, admiss ...

                                               

Democratization of knowledge

Democratization of knowledge-acquisition and dissemination of knowledge among the common people, not just privileged elites such as clergy and scholars. Libraries, particularly public libraries, and modern digital technologies such as the Interne ...

                                               

Descriptive knowledge

Descriptive knowledge, also declarative knowledge, propositional knowledge, or constative knowledge, type of knowledge, which is, in essence, expressed in declarative sentences or indicative propositions. This distinguishes descriptive knowledge ...

                                               

Discernment

Discernment is the ability to obtain sharp perceptions or to judge well. In the case of judgement, discernment can be psychological, moral, or aesthetic nature. In judgement, discernment involves past the mere perception of something and making s ...

                                               

Dispersed knowledge

Dispersed knowledge in the economy is the notion that no single agent has information regarding all of the factors which influence prices and production throughout the system.

                                               

Distributed knowledge

In multi-agent systems research, knowledge and all the knowledge that a community of agents possesses and might apply in solving the problem. Distributed knowledge is approximately what "a wise man knows" or what someone who has complete knowledg ...

                                               

Knowledge divide

The knowledge gap is the gap in living standards between those who can find, create, manage, process and disseminate information and knowledge, and those who are impaired in this process. According to the 2005 world report of UNESCO, the rise in ...

                                               

Domain knowledge

Subject knowledge is knowledge about a specific specialized discipline or area, in contrast to General knowledge or domain-independent knowledge. The term is often used in relation to the more General disciplines, such as, for example, in the des ...

                                               

Empirical knowledge

                                               

Encyclopedic knowledge

To have encyclopaedic knowledge-it is "absolute and complete" knowledge about a large variety of items. The person having such knowledge is called the human encyclopedia, or a walking encyclopedia. It is no longer realistic or feasible for any pe ...

                                               

Knowledge enterprise

Enterprise knowledge, also referred to as the company knowledge and knowledge of the company, organization or enterprise. According to D. Jemielniak, origin and application of this term remains unclear. As can be understood, depends on how much t ...

                                               

Knowledge environment

Knowledge environments are social practices, technological and physical arrangements intended to facilitate collaborative knowledge, decision making, inference or discovery, depending on the epistemological premises and goals.

                                               

Episteme

"Episteme" is a philosophical term derived from the Greek word ἐπιστήμη epistēmē, which can refer to knowledge of science or understanding, and which comes from the verb ἐπίστασθαι, which means "to know, understand, or be familiar with." Plato co ...

                                               

Experiential knowledge

Empirical knowledge is knowledge gained through experience, in contrast to a priori knowledge: it can also be compared with propositional knowledge and practical knowledge. Experiential knowledge is cognate to Michael Polanyis personal knowledge, ...

                                               

Expert

An expert is someone who has broad and deep competence in terms of knowledge, skills and experience through practice and education in a specific area. Informally, an expert is someone widely recognized as a reliable source of technique or skill w ...

                                               

Explicit knowledge

Explicit knowledge is knowledge that can be easily articulated, to codify, to store and use. It can be easily passed on to others. Most forms of explicit knowledge can be stored in certain media. Explicit knowledge is often seen as an addition to ...

                                               

Knowledge extraction

Knowledge extraction is the creation of knowledge from structured and unstructured sources. The acquired knowledge must be machine-readable and machine-interpretable format and must represent knowledge in a form that makes it easier to form. Alth ...

                                               

Faith literate

Faith literate individual understands the key effects of each religion / belief system by means of values, attitudes and the impact it causes to individuals, families and communities. Faith literate believe in recognizing that religious and secul ...

                                               

Foolishness

Stupidity-ignorance or lack of social norms that causes offense, annoyance, illness and / or injury. Things such as impulsivity and / or influence can affect the ability of a person to do otherwise intelligent solutions. In this sense, it differs ...

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