No one knew that Perses would have the effect on children that it did. Scientists were baffled by the entire event and overwhelmed with not having enough time to study the effects. The changes in children were much faster than in adults ...
Author: R.E.Robinson Jr.
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
In August 2012 an amateur astronomer spotted a comet; which was later dubbed Perses, Greek god of destruction. While NASA was tracking its trajectory they discovered it would pass dangerously close to the moon causing Earth’s gravitational field to shift leading to a global catastrophe. The world’s entire nuclear arsenal was launched. Perses was destroyed and rained down on the unsuspecting world. A dormant alien virus triggered by the nuclear radiation swept across the planet leaving death and mutation in its wake. Now its time to survive...
POISONS : THEIR EFFECTS AND DETECTION . PART 1. - INTRODUCTORY , 1. - THE OLD POISON - LORE . “ bow " § 1. It is significant that the root “ tox ” of the modern word toxicology can be traced back to a very ancient word meaning or ...
POISONS THEIR EFFECTS AND DETECTION . PART 1. - INTRODUCTORY . 1. — THE OLD POISON - LORE . It is significant that the root “ tox ” of the modern word toxicology can be traced back to a very ancient word meaning “ bow " or “ arrow ...
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Perseus ( Paus . ü . 16. & 6 ) . Some writers state that in consequence set to work to effect the ruin of Persens , on his return to Argos , found Proetus his brother , and at length by a long train of mawho had expelled his brother ...
Some writers state that in consequence set to work to effect the ruin of Perseus , on his return to Argos , found Proetus his brother , and at length by a long train of mawho had expelled his brother Acrisius , in posses- chinations and ...
is perse cause of the operation. But Schwartz forgets that the habit is itself an effect which once became, and that that becoming has a perse efficient cause, namely, the acts of the trainer in training. And the habit, in the interval ...
Author: Mortimer Adler
Publisher: Open Court
One of the great tasks of Mortimer Adler’s illustrious life was his search for a watertight proof of the existence of God. Adler believed that his search had been successful. Adler spent years studying the classic proofs of God’s existence, especially Aquinas’s Five Ways, and found shortcomings in all of them, as conventionally understood. But he thought that some of them contained ideas which, if properly developed, could be improved, and he continued to search for a satisfying and logically unassailable proof. Toward the end of the 1970s, he believed he had arrived at such a proof, which he presented in his historic work, How to Think about God (1980). In the writings assembled in How to Prove There Is a God, Adler gives us his approach to the question of God’s existence in fresh and popular form. He defends his position against critics, both believers and skeptics. The book includes a transcript of one of Adler’s appearances on William Buckley’s Firing Line, Adler’s revealing interview with Edward Wakin, the exchange of views on natural theology between Adler and Owen Gingerich, and John Cramer’s eloquent argument that the trend of modern cosmology supports Adler’s early struggles with the question of God's existence.
The text also explores how the relationship individuals have with media is created, therefore helping them alleviate its harmful effects and enhance the positive ones.
Author: Elizabeth M. Perse
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Grounded in theoretical principle, Media Effects and Society help students make the connection between mass media and the impact it has on society as a whole. The text also explores how the relationship individuals have with media is created, therefore helping them alleviate its harmful effects and enhance the positive ones. The range of media effects addressed herein includes news diffusion, learning from the mass media, socialization of children and adolescents, influences on public opinion and voting, and violent and sexually explicit media content. The text examines relevant research done in these areas and discusses it in a thorough and accessible manner. It also presents a variety of theoretical approaches to understanding media effects, including psychological and content-based theories. In addition, it demonstrates how theories can guide future research into the effects of newer mass communication technologies. The second edition includes a new chapter on effects of entertainment, as well as text boxes with examples for each chapter, discussion of new technology effects integrated throughout the chapters, expanded pedagogy, and updates to the theory and research in the text. These features enhance the already in-depth analysis Media Effects and Society provides.
In her overview of the field, Perse (2001) suggests that this and similar accounts of the development of effect theory are an oversimplification and may be misleading, especially by not recognizing the differences between various ...
Author: Denis McQuail
Category: Social Science
"Denis McQuail′s Mass Communication Theory is not just a seminal text in the study of media and society - it is a benchmark for understanding and appreciating the long and winding road people and their media have taken to get us here." - Mark Deuze, Indiana University and Leiden University "This is a unique work tested by time and generations of students around the world - North, South, East and West." - Kaarle Nordenstreng, University of Tampere "McQuail′s Mass Communication Theory continues to be the clearest and best introduction to this sprawling field." - Anders Hansen, University of Leicester With over 125,000 copies sold, McQuail′s Mass Communication Theory has been the benchmark for studying media and communication for more than 25 years. It remains the most authoritative and comprehensive introduction to the field and offers unmatched coverage of the research literature. It covers everything a student needs to know of the diverse forms of mass communication today, including television, radio, newspapers, film, music, the internet and other forms of new media. Denis McQuail shows that more than ever, theories of mass communication matter for the broader understanding of society and culture. Unmatched in coverage and used across the globe, this book includes: Explorations of new media, globalization, work, economy, governance, policy, media audiences and effects New boxed case studies on key research publications, to familiarize students with the critical research texts in the field Definitions, examples, and illustrations throughout to bring abstract concepts to life. McQuail′s Mass Communication Theory is the indispensable resource no student of media and communication studies can afford to be without.
Release on 1925 | by United States. Department of State
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The moderating effects of ad message involvement: A reassessment. Journal ofAdvertising, 20, 29–38. ... Effects of entertainment and enjoyment of television programs on perception and memory of advertisments. ... Perse, E. M. (1990a).
Author: Jennings Bryant
Category: Games & Activities
As entertainment becomes a trillion-dollar-a-year industry worldwide, as our modern era increasingly lives up to its label of the "entertainment age," and as economists begin to recognize that entertainment has become the driving force of the new world economy, it is safe to say that scholars are beginning to take entertainment seriously. The scholarly spin on entertainment has been manifested in traditional ways, as well as innovative ones. Representing the current state of theory and research, Psychology of Entertainment promises to be the most comprehensive and up-to-date volume on entertainment. It serves to define the new area of study and provides a theoretical spin for future work in the area. Divided into three basic parts, this book: *addresses the fundamental mechanisms and processes involved in orienting to and selecting entertainment fare, as well as receiving and processing it; *explores the mechanisms and processes by which we are entertained by the media messages we select and receive; and *provides an opportunity for the application of well-established as well as emerging psychological and psychobiological theories to be applied to the study of entertainment in ways that seldom have been utilized previously. Psychology of Entertainment will appeal to scholars, researchers, and graduate students in media studies and mass communication, psychology, marketing, and other areas contributing to the entertainment studies area.
In sharp contrast to the model based on the media effects above, the U&G-based effort to link media effects to ... Rubin, Perse and Taylor's suggestion that “activity is a catalyst rather than deterrent of media effects” and that, ...
Author: Karol Jakubowicz
Publisher: Intellect Books
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Finding the Right Place on the Map is a crosscutting, international comparison of the media systems and the democratic performance of the media in post-Communist countries. It explores issues of commercial media, social exclusion, and consumer capitalism in a comparative East-West perspective. Each chapter considers a different aspect of the trends and problems surrounding the media in comparative European and global perspectives. The result is a creative collaboration of leading authors from East and West that covers a rich array of controversial subjects in a comprehensive manner. Topics range from the civil society approach to media and public service broadcasting to journalism cultures, fandom, representation of poverty and gender that reinforces social exclusion and legitimizes consumer capitalism. Finding the Right Place on the Map is a unique, up-to-date overview of what media transformation has meant for post-communist countries in nearly two decades.
Cable had the greatest impact on television's mainstreaming effect, but Perse et al. also foundaninverse relation betweenfear ofcrimeandownership ofVCRs. Perseetal.suggested thatcable may pull away from dominant themes of networksormay ...
Author: Judith Van Evra
Category: Social Science
Television continues to play a major role in the lives of most children and adolescents, but current research also reflects the explosive growth in new technologies and their widespread use by young people. Integrating information from communication literature as well as from child development and other psychological domains, author Judith Van Evra presents a summary and synthesis of what is currently known about the media's impact on children's physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development, to help discern the complex and significant interplay between other forces in a child's life and the use of various media. This third edition contains updated and expanded coverage of research findings and a review of changing trends in media use including computers, the Internet, books and magazines, music videos, and video games as well as television. New chapters focus on basic research designs and methodologies; cultural diversity; health-related matters and lifestyle choices; media's impact on various social-emotional aspects of a child's development; the use of technology for information and for entertainment; and intervention possibilities, parent strategies, and education. An overall conclusions section at the end of the book provides a cogent summary of findings to date and stimulates discussion of questions and ideas for future research. Television and Child Development explores how, and to what extent, television and other media actually affect children, and what role other variables may play in mediating their impact, so that we can maximize technology's potential for enriching children's cognitive, social, and emotional development, while at the same time minimizing any negative influence. This text is appropriate for researchers, teachers, and students in communications, developmental and social psychology, and education, as well as in areas of advertising, leisure studies, family studies, and health promotion.
Instead he argues that unless there are causes that produce their effects teleologically, by way of a process that ... of a perse cause to achieve its hos epi to polu or 'for the most part' effect (e.g. the doctor not achieving a cure), ...
Author: Victor Caston
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy is a volume of original articles on all aspects of ancient philosophy. The articles may be of substantial length, and include critical notices of major books. OSAP is now published twice yearly, in both hardback and paperback. "'Have you seen the latest OSAP?' is what scholars of ancient philosophy say to each other when they meet in corridors or on coffee breaks. Whether you work on Plato or Aristotle, on Presocratics or sophists, on Stoics, Epicureans, or Sceptics, on Roman philosophers or Greek Neoplatonists, you are liable to find OSAP articles now dominant in the bibliography of much serious published work in your particular subject: not safe to miss." - Malcolm Schofield, Cambridge University "OSAP was founded to provide a place for long pieces on major issues in ancient philosophy. In the years since, it has fulfilled this role with great success, over and over again publishing groundbreaking papers on what seemed to be familiar topics and others surveying new ground to break. It represents brilliantly the vigour - and the increasingly broad scope - of scholarship in ancient philosophy, and shows us all how the subject should flourish." - M.M. McCabe, King's College London
This impact is enhanced even more by the fact that they have fewer alternative or competing sources of information ... New Technologies and the Cultivation Effect According to Perse and her colleagues (Perse, Ferguson, & McLeod, 1994), ...
Author: Theron Alexander
Category: Social Science
This collection of authoritative studies portrays how the A basic agencies of socialization transform the newborn human organism into a social person capable of interacting with others. Socialization differs from one society to another and within any society from one segment to another. Childhood Socialization samples some of that variation, giving the reader a glimpse of socialization in contexts other than those with which he or she is likely to be familiar. In the years since publication of the first edition of this book in 1988, childhood has become a territory open to broader sociological investigation. In this revised edition, Gerald Handel has selected and gathered new contributions that analyze the agents of socialization, including family, school, and peer group,, and explore the influences of television and gender. The balance of classical studies and more recent work reflecting changes in the family structure renews the centrality of this anthology for courses in the social psychology of children up to adolescence. The book is divided into nine parts: "Socialization, Indi-viduation, and the Self; "Historical Changes in Attitudes Toward Children"; "Families as Socialization Agents"; "Daycare and Nursery School as Socialization Agents"; "Schools as Socialization Agents"; "Peer Groups as Socialization Agents"; "Television and its Influence"; "Gender Socialization"; and "Social Stratification and Inequality in Socialization." While socialization continues on into the adolescent and adult years, childhood socialization is primary, essential in creating the human person and in shaping the identity, outlook, skills, and resources of the evolving person. Childhood Socialization is a dynamic volume that will be of continuing interest to students and scholars of family studies, sociology, psychology, and modern culture.
Takes effect . SECT . 4. This act shall take effect upon its passage . [ Approved February 22 , 1893. ] CHAPTER 5 . AN ACT TO AMEND SECTIONS 2 AND 13 OF CHAPTER 155 OF THE PUBLIC STATUTES , RELATING TO THE APPOINTMENT AND DUTIES OF ...
Release on 2019-05-02 | by José Guilherme Moreno Caiado
Prohibition perse may be contrasted with the effect-based rule, which prohibits “a behavior if it produces certain undesirable effect.”71 A perse prohibition is thus more restrictive, and less flexible, than effect-based norms.72 It has ...
Author: José Guilherme Moreno Caiado
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Business & Economics
Examines the WTO rules governing industrial subsidies, as established by the SCM Agreement and interpreted by relevant case law.
His main concern is to be able to distinguish the natural, or perse, effect of a substance from an accidental one—one it has by chance or some acquired characteristic. “The first is, that the medicine be free from any quality acquired ...
Author: James Franklin
Publisher: JHU Press
How did we make reliable predictions before Pascal and Fermat's discovery of the mathematics of probability in 1654? What methods in law, science, commerce, philosophy, and logic helped us to get at the truth in cases where certainty was not attainable? In The Science of Conjecture, James Franklin examines how judges, witch inquisitors, and juries evaluated evidence; how scientists weighed reasons for and against scientific theories; and how merchants counted shipwrecks to determine insurance rates. The Science of Conjecture provides a history of rational methods of dealing with uncertainty and explores the coming to consciousness of the human understanding of risk. "A remarkable book. Mr. Franklin writes clearly and exhibits a wry wit. But he also ranges knowledgeably across many disciplines and over many centuries."— Wall Street Journal " The Science of Conjecture opens an old chest of human attempts to draw order from havoc and wipes clean the rust from some cast-off classical tools that can now be reused to help build a framework for the unpredictable future."— Science "Franklin's style is clear and fluent, with an occasional sly Gibbonian aside to make the reader chuckle."— New Criterion James Franklin is a professor in the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales.
POISONS : THEIR EFFECTS AND DETECTION . PART 1. - INTRODUCTORY . 1.- The Old Poison - Lore . $ 1 . It is significant that the root " toc " of the modern word toxicology can be traced back to a very ancient word meaning “ bow " or ...
POISONS : THEIR EFFECTS AND DETECTION . PART 1. INTRODUCTORY . 1. — The Old Poison - Lore . 66 § 1. It is significant that the root “ tox ” of the modern word toxicology can be traced back to a very ancient word meaning “ bow or “ arrow ...