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There are two basic ways of unification of any concept: a) abstracting, b) integration. The classical theory of information and cybernetics used the first - abstracting. It means the volume ("demanded place") expressed by the quantity of bites. It is a quantity of information. The semiotics used the second way.
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What are the specific skills required by each approach?. 7 5. How is the role and function of the therapist in each specific approach?. 9 6. What would research look like from the point of view of each specific approach?
This shows that in the subjective world of the arts, ethical judgements may create criticism about the methods used in producing the art, but does not stop the production of knowledge. In the art world, most knowledge are created by creating the art itself. This growing criticism of Hirst’s work may limit the methods Hirst uses to create his art because if the society... ... middle of paper ... ... the end we are helping the human-beings. Stem cell research can provide safer medical treatments for the incurable like cancer. Therefore, the question scientists often as is: is it ethical to act unethical for the benefit of others?
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Task Definition, Information Seeking Strategies, Location and Access, Use of Information, Synthesis, Evaluation Q. What are the 5 subdisciplines of Semiotics and what are their attributes? A. Statistics – patterns, codes, traces, signals Syntactics – structure, data, records, language, logic, software, files Semantics – meaning, denotation, signification, proposition, validty, truth Pragmatics – intent, communication, conversation, negotiation Social – beliefs, expectations, commitments, contracts, law, culture Q. What are mind maps useful for?
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