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Searching for Knowledge and Expert Opinions

- In the search for knowledge and truth, there are times in which assumed experts provide insubstantial and useless, if not uneducated, opinions and guidance on their assumed field of expertise. In most of these cases, the assumed expert is not truly an expert. An expert is one who is highly knowledgeable and skillful in a particular field, through an unusually large amount of experience, training, and studies, to the point that he or she is sought after to receive opinions, guidance, and wisdom on the particular field by people that are not highly knowledgeable and skillful on the particular field....   [tags: Expertise Knowledge]

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Expert Opinions in the Search for Knowledge

- Throughout recorded history, societies and populations across the world have relied on individuals regarded as ‘experts’ and their valued opinions to provide insight and clarification to aid the search for knowledge. This essay will assess the importance of opinions by people deemed to have a certain expertise in terms of the search for knowledge. In the question ‘how important are the opinions of experts in the search for knowledge?’ the terms ‘opinion’, ‘expert’ and ‘knowledge’ are fundamental, and thus repeatedly feature in the body of this essay....   [tags: Current Events, Expertise]

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Expert Opinions In Search of Knowledge

- Einstein once said: “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.” So let’s start answering the question by breaking it down. Firstly, let’s take out those 3 iffy words (important, experts, and opinion.) and replace them with laymen’s terms. Importance is defined usually by how much a something ‘matters’ in the grand scheme of things. Experts are people who have more experience than most in a particular field or skill. And opinions, via the Princeton dictionary, are defined as “a personal belief or judgment that is not founded on proof or certainty.” The question now reads: How much do the personal beliefs or judgments of experienced people, in one area, matter in the se...   [tags: Einstein, Research, KNowledge]

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Research on Theories of Expert Teaching

- “What does it take to be good at something in which failure is so easy, so effortless?” Atul Gawande (2007) said this in his book Better referring to the medical field, but that question can be used in the context of many fields, specifically education. The question of what it means to be an expert at teaching has taken on some urgency in the effort to reform public education (Sternberg and Hovarth, 1995). Theories of expert teaching vary throughout the educational community (Shulman, 1987; Sternberg and Hovath, 1995)....   [tags: Education]

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What Would I be an Expert In?

- I want to be an expert on surviving a Zombie apocalypse. In movies, Zombies are typically portrayed as walking corpses who feed on human beings. They are created from an epidemic and infectious bite. Global pandemics such as this will create pandemonium and fear all over the world, collapsing modern society and typical human behavior. Zombies are widely considered fictional, but with the evolution of biological weapons, disease, or even divine punishment, it is not completely farfetched an event like this can transpire....   [tags: Fiction ]

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Cellphones Is An Expert At Distracted Driving

- “No One is an Expert at Distracted Driving.” The cellphone (smartphone) has forever changed the world in which we live in and the way we view life today. It’s often the first thing we see when we wake up and the last item we see before we go to bed. It doesn’t matter where we are or whom we’re with, our cellphones are always with us. Cellphones have created a world where it is impossible to envision a world without them. We use our cellphones to help us navigate our roads and highways, report traffic accidents and public disturbances, conduct business and stay connected to family, friends an colleagues at any given time....   [tags: Mobile phone, Text messaging, Traffic collision]

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Who 's An Expert On This Subject?

- Similar to this blog post, there is the occasional ministerial idea in which one struggles with knowing where to start. What committee can coordinate this. Is there enough in the budget for this. If so what line-item do we use. Who’s an expert on this subject. What PR pieces are needed. What’s our church’s history with ideas similar to this one. What skillsets are needed to pull this off well. In the slew of questions that usually catapult us towards a solid execution, Henri Nouwen counters this rush with an invitation into solitude....   [tags: Jesus, Holy Spirit, Christianity, Prayer]

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Evaluation Of An Expert Organization

- Bosses of enrolled designers have the confirmation of realizing that their specialists have gotten instruction and preparing that has empowered them to pick up the acknowledgment of their associates as meeting Malaysia and worldwide guidelines for information and experience. Their qualifications have been confirmed, and their dedication to proceeding with expert training built up. Keeping up enlistment will guarantee that they are presented to new advancements in their calling, and gives various chances to profit by these....   [tags: Engineering, Engineer, Professional Engineer]

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Are Instant Expert Be Harmful?

- Introduction Earlier this year, Charterstone (2014a&b), produced a series of short video clips, regarding difficult people in general, various types of difficult personality types, and methods for dealing with the identified difficult personalities. This week’s video analysis will focus on the personality type identified as the instant expert or know-it-all, the traits of this difficult personality type, the recommended method for dealing with this difficult personality, and the differences and similarities between this week’s readings and video selections on the subject (Charterstone, 2014a)....   [tags: Personality psychology, Psychology]

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I Am An Expert For Leadership

- I only reached out to you not because I want you to pray for me per se it is simply because of how Christina speaks highly of you to me. I hardly ask folks to pray for me. I usually pray my way through for everything. After a serious and careful thought about what you stated yesterday regarding mentoring, it did not agree with my spirit. I do not understand how I can be mentored in leadership when that is my area of specialization. I have a PhD in Leadership. I am an expert in leadership. You can read my dissertation from ProQuest....   [tags: Oprah Winfrey, The Oprah Winfrey Show]

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Why I Am An Expert

- “You can do this. Believe you can do this. Yes. You can, just one more time!” The thoughts rattled around and around in my head with increasing momentum, just like one of those circus motorcycle stunt riders who circle and loop in a mesh sphere at dangerous speeds. “Besides, I don’t have a neon sign flashing “New Kid” above my head, so in a school this large it won’t be immediately obvious.” I quietly whispered to myself as I tried to bolster my confidence. I should be an expert at this by now, nine moves- including four different countries- but this never really gets any easier; in fact, I think this might be the toughest one yet....   [tags: High school, Academic term, Grade, High School]

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Medical Diagnostic Expert System

- ... Expert systems are also useful to doctors because they help them make logical decisions when diagnosing patients.  LITERATURE REVIEW A computer program capable of performing at a human-expert level in a narrow problem domain is called an expert system (Hasan et al., 2010). Doctors and other medical professionals are faced with taking difficult decisions every day that involve the life of their patients based on their accumulated knowledge and work experience throughout the years. For that to happen, it is required that the consultants have the ability to think logically, to use reason, to infer, to precisely and clearly express their thoughts and to justify the assertions made (Jankowska...   [tags: health care technologies, tools]

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What is an expert?

- Currently the most prevalent is that an expert is a person who has some skill or knowledge in some domain that is matched by only a few other people. These people are thus extraordinary in some way. Anders Ericsson, probably the best known of the researchers on expertise defines expertise as Relatively stable outstanding performance.Experts are often labeled as such. People called exceptional, superior, gifted, talented, specialist, expert, etc. tend to belong to the set of experts. There is no doubt that there are large differences in the quality of performance of different people on different tasks or in different domains....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Anatomy of a Murder: Four Expert Witnesses

- In Anatomy of a Murder, there were four expert witnesses, Dr. Smith, Dr. Harcourt, Dr. Raschid, and Dr. Dompierre, who testified during the trial and gave their respected opinions based on their expertise about the evidence and stipulations raised. An expert witness is defined as a witness who has special knowledge or training in a specialized area (Gardner & Anderson, 2013, pg.123). The opinion of an expert witness may be admissible if the opinion is being given about a subject that can clear issues in the court....   [tags: evidence, trail, opinions]

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Examples of People with Expert Power-Is it Enough?

- Introduction Organizations are groups of people with a purpose. These people may have differences in beliefs, perceptions of reality and values. Resources within organizations are usually scarce which can lead to conflict. Those with power play a critical role in allocating those resources and influencing others in the organization. How much influence an individual may have will be greatly determined by their structural and interpersonal power. In this essay, I will discuss the expert power of three individuals that I know personally: Chris Tierney, a small business owner, David Levy, a neurologist and author and Dr....   [tags: expertise and professional skill analysis]

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The Importance Of A Good Reader, An Expert Reader

- We should begin with what it means to be a good reader, an expert reader. Think about your own reading experience. Remember reading and your head pops up and you realize that 3 hours have passed, in another time and place, and you even missed an all-important appointment. You look around, then dive back into that world, the people, the events of your reading. You first read for plot, but then you are seduced into the book’s world, as you become immersed in a place that may not even be found on a globe—and in that world that is you....   [tags: The Reader, Reader, Dropout, Kate Winslet]

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The Importance Of Being A Local Crime Expert

- Being part of the law community takes a lot, but here are many techniques that are being used to become a local crime expert. Becoming a local crime expert would help the department to be more informed of the situation or the crime. In module one, I learned that one way to become a crime expert, is by sitting with either dispatchers or police officers and talk to them about what they have seen in their position. Another way is to do as many rides along as possible. A ride along will give you an opportunity to meet and talk to more police officers, but most importantly to observe more cases....   [tags: Police, Crime prevention, Criminology, Crime]

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An Expert At Managing At Pancheros Mexican Grill

- You can not be hired into an expert manager position at Pancheros. You must work until the boss feels you are trusted and trained enough expert. Being put into the trusty manager position wasn 't my first goal as I put my application into work at Pancheros. I became aware that I could possibly be a manager after realizing I was the only kid that kept my job longer than a couple months. The day I turned 18 I was offered to be a manager. I am now a expert at managing at Pancheros Mexican Grill. Being an expert at managing comes with a lot of knowledge about how the business is ran and keeps running smoothly....   [tags: Employment, Management, Whiteboard, ManaGeR]

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Haoui V Regin Expert Evidence

- Haoui v Regina: Expert Evidence Introduction Expert evidence is an admissible testimony a professional provides in a criminal proceeding.The expert witness has a specialized knowledge beyond that of an average person, and other people may rely on this knowledge to form a legal opinion. This paper is a case study of Haoui v Regina [2008]. It focuses on the decision of the court of appeal regarding the admissability of an expert report in the case....   [tags: Appeal, Law, Appellate court, Case law]

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The Expert Advice Of An Eighteen Year Old

- The Expert Advice of an Eighteen Year-Old There are many things I have learned and many things that have peeked my interest in my short life, but considering the fact that I am only 18 and fresh out of high school I don’t feel as if I am properly suited to be giving my advice nor am I an expert, just yet, at anything. I am however; very knowledgeable about the importance of saving money, investing money, and my future. My mother has taught me all the do’s and do nots when it comes to saving and investing for the future....   [tags: Mutual fund, Investment, Stock market, Bond]

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Field Expert Interview : Mrs. Williamson

- FIELD EXPERT INTERVIEW 2 The field expert was Mrs. Brenda Williamson, who taught various grade levels and subjects for special education. Mrs. Williamson has been teaching for twenty years. Currently Mrs. Williamson is a principal in a private school. Mrs. Williamson was chosen for this interview because after working with her I have learned many strategies to enhance learning and classroom management....   [tags: Education, Teacher, Homework help service]

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Gender Sexuality As An Expert Hacker And A Swordsman

- The novel is about Hiro a young pizza delivery man who also had skills as an expert hacker and a swordsman. The writer’s story is mainly around the experiences of Hiro who was seeking a solution to a virus that was being used by a cult to take control of the world by controlling the masses. The main characters in the novel Y.T and Hiro meet as they carruout research to find a cure for the deadly virus. The novel portrays the theme of gender an sexuality as well as the manner in which the current world views these themes in the current setting....   [tags: Gender, Gender role, Woman, Transgender]

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Becoming An Expert Nurse At The University Of Tennessee

- When I started my collegiate journey at the University of Tennessee at Martin in 2009, I had decided on a pre-med major. I had wanted to work in the health care field for as long as I could remember, so I thought to myself, “Why not aim for highest degree possible?” Many hurdles led me to move back home and attending Columbia State Community College. My family suffered through a lot of illnesses, and the nurses I met through this experience inspired me to pursue my nursing degree. After completing my associate’s degree in nursing and gaining clinical experience, I decided to go back to nursing school to diversify my job opportunities....   [tags: Nursing, Bachelor of Science in Nursing]

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An Expert Music Composer For Games And Films

- What single activity listed in the activity section of your Common Application are you most proud of and why. (150 words or less) My most proud activity is without a doubt is the “PeacefulK”. The reason is simple because PeacefulK is me, and something that represents my music to the people. It is something that I genuinely enjoy without actually earning any income from it. It shows to the people, and to addition to myself that this is me, and this is my music alone. Sadly, I have not been uploading any music for a while, but as the PeacefulK, I have still been making musical pieces....   [tags: Music, Musical notation, Musician, Tuition]

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Elizabeth Loftus: An Expert in Cognitive Psychology

- Who is Elizabeth Loftus. Some might say a dreamer; others might say the greatest psychological theorist ever, while some might say a great person. According to the information complied by Colleen Born, Elizabeth Loftus was born on October 16, 1944 in the state of California. She grew up with her family here and got her high school diploma. With a love of math growing up she wanted to study it further as a life career, she also wanted to teach but became very interested in the human mind, questioning basic things and focusing on memories especially long term....   [tags: Biography, Psychological Theorist]

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Expert Field Medical Badge Analysis

- Nettles’ Watershed Point When attempting to decide which milestone in my life I would consider my watershed point, I explored many highlights and low periods in my life. These ranged from graduating college, to getting married, to the death of my father, or the birth of our first child. I kept thinking that the military has to play a part of my watershed point, and even when I made this determination it was difficult to decide if it was receiving the Expert Field Medical Badge, becoming a NCO, being deployed overseas for the first time, or being selected to attend the Sergeants’ Major Academy....   [tags: military, nco, combat deployment]

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An Introduction To Expert Systems

- An Insight into Expert Systems Abstract To improve speed of operations, programming practices for practical purposes are moving away from the data centric, procedural problem solving paradigm to a heuristic, declarative problem solving paradigm. Though theoretically there is no guarantee that a solution shall be found and even if it is found, that it be correct, practically it has been proven that expert systems employing , heuristics are indeed a faster and more effective manner of problem solving , with an added advantage of having an explanation for the answer arrived at....   [tags: Technology Computers Papers]

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How Important is Expert Opinion in The Search for Knowledge?

- An expert is someone who has extensive knowledge in their field. They obtain the knowledge through various means such as research, experience, and observation in a particular area of study or in a specific phenomenon. Their knowledge of a certain field is specific and exceeds the knowledge of an average person, and this allows others to rely upon their opinion. These experts normally express their opinion in the form of writing in order to easily transmit and disseminate their opinion to the mass....   [tags: Research Methods]

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Expert Systems In Health Care

- A case referring to the beneficial use of the expert systems in the health sector was the attempt of the LDS Hospital in Salt Lake city,Utah to build “ the most complex artificial intelligence system ever created'; according to the words of DR David Classen.Its name was AIC or “Antibiotic Computer Consultant'; and it was part of HELP(Health Evaluation through Logical Processing), which was LDS’s hospital information system. The latter was existed, before the implementation of the Expert System....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Becoming An Expert For A Non Profit Health Organization

- When I look back 10 years ago, I am shocked and amused by my past goals. I had just left my country of birth with the goal of becoming an expert in medicine. According to my 10- year plan, by now I would have accomplished all the major stepping stones of my career. I would have earned my equivalency medical degree, completed my residency training, practiced for a few years. 2015 would have been the year that I would have started to travel the world as a leader for a non-profit Health Organization....   [tags: Medicine, Physician, Health care]

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Scholarly And Expert Enthusiasm For The Marketing Of Service Marketing

- Service marketing is a sub field of marketing, which can be split into the two main areas of goods marketing (which includes the marketing of fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) and durables) and services marketing. Service marketing typically refers to both business to consumer (B2C) and business to business (B2B) services, and includes marketing of services like telecommunications services, financial services, all types of hospitality services, car rental services, air travel, health care services and professional services....   [tags: Marketing, Business-to-business]

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Social Medi The World 's Leading Expert On Loneliness

- “Social” networks and loneliness are two very unlike things to be discussed simultaneously... The two are complete opposite of one another: “social” is associated to relating to one’s society, loneliness can be defined as “a complex and unpleasant emotional response to a feeling of isolation” (Ye and Lin 166). While loneliness can mean solitude, it also includes feelings of isolation and disconnection to other people (Ye and Lin 166). John Cacioppo is labeled as the world’s leading expert on loneliness....   [tags: Social network service]

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Mental Health Experts: Client Therapist vs. Court Forensic Expert

- The primary purpose of this paper is to attest that the dual roles that mental health experts assume as both a therapist for the client and as a forensic expert in court proceedings are not compatible. The paper also focuses on arguments which confirm the incompatibility of these roles and analyzes past researches that would support the claim. Specifically, the paper discusses points that explain the incompatibility, such as the goals, the client, and attitudes towards the client. The paper further indicates that mental health experts must refrain from assuming dual roles that do not ethically coincide....   [tags: Mental Health ]

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Technical Expertise: Something About Real Estate and Teaching

- 1. In what ONE area am I a technical expert. (Be as specific as possible. For example, "Business" is too broad, while "Accounting" is more specific.) Real Estate Specialist 2. How has work and/or school been of value to me in becoming an occupational expert. Certainly becoming an occupational expert as a real estate specialist is like understanding the value of focusing on how to be confident in this area....   [tags: technical expert, expertise, success]

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Expert Teacher Interview

- Expert Teacher Interview Questions and Answers 1) Do you feel you are confident teaching all the subject matter. Are there some areas you feel more comfortable teaching. Less comfortable. Has an area of specialization aided you in teaching the subject matter. Yes, I feel confident teaching all areas. I do have an area of concentration in Social Studies, so I teach two classes of Social Studies and the other teacher teaches my class science. It is one less class to prepare for and it gives me a chance to meet some other kids....   [tags: Educational Psychology]

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Iago as Expert Manipulator in Shakespeare's Othello

- Iago as Expert Manipulator in Othello        In Othello, by William Shakespeare, the character of Iago cleverly and skillfully alters the appearance of reality within certain characters minds that are clouded by emotion. While Iago does deceive both Cassio and Roderigo, the most vulnerable character to Iago's treachery appears to be Othello. By being a good director and manipulator of emotions and intentions, Iago carries out his plan to exploit Othello's mental weakness almost flawlessly. Iago's ability to bend and sometimes replace the truth with his own lies drives the overall action of the play....   [tags: GCSE Coursework Shakespeare Othello]

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Analysis Of ' Zacharias 's Central Message

- Zacharias’s central message is that Christ came and died for the sins of the world, rose again, and if we believe and repent, we will have life in Jesus. To persuade his target audience to accepting this ideology, Zacharias uses the concept of expert power to encourage his audiences to comply with the lifestyle changes that he seeks to change that comes along with the acceptance of his central message. Power is defined as “the ability to influence others” and when someone has expert power their influence is based off “skills and general competence” (Woodward, Denton 189-190)....   [tags: Jesus, Bible, Emotion, Expert]

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The Social Need for Forensic Psychology

- The social need for Forensic Psychology arose from the need for expert testimony in a court of law. After Stern’s discoveries, psychologists began appearing more and more often in courts (Tartakovsky, 2011). The first instance was in Germany, when a defense attorney asked a psychologist Hugo Munsterberg to review a case in which his client confessed to murder, but then changed his mind and claimed that he was not guilty (Tartakovsky, 2011). The judge, after hearing Munsterberg’s opinion, however, was furious that Munsterberg thought that he had expertise in the case, and refused to believe in his assessment, and the man was found guilty and hung (Tartakovsky, 2011)....   [tags: expert testimony in a court of law]

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My Computer Will Not Turn On

- Introduction So as a user who just built a computer, I used a full size ATX motherboard with 2 DDR3 4GB cards, Intel i7-4940MX 64 bit, AMD Radeon R9 graphics card. I tried turning my computer on and nothing happens. The fan comes on for a brief second then shuts off. I should also say that when I hit the power button no LEDs come on. There are also no beeps when I hit the power button. And finally the screen does not come on as well. I have made sure all the plugs in the back are in the right jack and tight, which they are....   [tags: expert help, computer terminology]

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Becoming a World-Class Engineering Student

- A world-class engineering student, also known as an “expert learner,” is characterized by taking charge of their learning process, being active in their approach to learning, being motivated and disciplined as well as setting specific goals for themself. Becoming a world-class engineering student is a process that takes time and diligence. In order to become a world-class engineering student, I will have to identify where I stand currently in terms of goal setting, community building, academic development and personal development, where a world-class engineering student would be in each of those areas, and what I have to do in order to become a world-class engineering student....   [tags: Expert Learner, Time Management]

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Importance Of Nursing Theory : Patricia Benner 's Novice Expert Theory

- Importance of Nursing Theory: Patricia Benner’s Novice to Expert Theory Theory can be defined and be significant differently for each individual. Theory can be explained as concepts that assist with clarifying, foreseeing or intervening. As Nestel & Bearman (2015) explain “ theory is offered as a framework of ideas, which illuminates simulation-based education practice” (p.349). The framework gives individual complex ideas that transforms over time. Theories are adapted and utilized in different settings such as health care professions....   [tags: Nursing, Health care, Patient]

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Patricia Benner´s Novice to Expert theory using the Model of Skill Acquisition

- ... Novice nurses guide their practice by text book rules and what is taught during orientation from their preceptors. Benner has also implied that an experienced nurse could be classified as novice if they are practicing in a setting where the tools needed for patient care are unfamiliar (Alligood & Tomey, 2010). An example of this would be a nurse who works on an adult medical surgical unit having to float to pediatrics. This nurse may have years of experience working with adult medical surgical patients but no training in relation to caring for a child....   [tags: Nursing, Clinical, Patients]

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Five Bases of Power: Coercive, Reward, Legitimate, Expert, and Referent

- Power is everywhere; in organizations, relationships, businesses, government, education, et cetera. Power is defined as a capacity that X has to persuade the behavior of Y so that Y acts according to X's wishes (Robbins & Judge, 2007). Power is essential because without it, organization and leadership effectiveness is eliminated within the confounds of the given relationship. A dependency is Y's relationship to X when X possesses something that Y requires (Robbins & Judge, 2007). In essence, there are five bases of power: Coercive power, Reward power, Legitimate power, Expert power, and Referent power (Robbins & Judge, 2007)....   [tags: Relationships Powers and Dependencies ]

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The Policy Of Containment Is A Strategy That Was Recommended By Foreign Affair 's Expert George Kennan

- The policy of Containment is a strategy that was recommended by Foreign affair 's expert George Kennan. The policy was adopted and executed by the US government after the WW11. In his 8000-word telegram, Kennan recommended the strategy of “containment” of Soviets Union’s exploitation of other weaker East European countries. He further analyzed that curtailing the communist ideologies of Soviet Union these countries would be the best option to preventing another world war. He advised against military confrontation but instead called for a “patient, persistent and firm" strategic efforts to contain Soviet expansionism....   [tags: Cold War, World War II, Eastern Europe]

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What The Teacher Wants By Nancy Somers And Laura Saltz 's `` Novice As Expert ``

- I was born with asthma and I still have asthma related problems to this day. I have learned skills to deal with having asthma attacks like: carry your inhaler with you at all times, tell someone as soon as you feel your breathing is labored and slow your breathing if your chest feels tight. Just like these tips have helped me with my asthma through the years, so too have my writing classes helped me develop and fine tune my writing skills. In Nancy Somers and Laura Saltz’s piece “Novice as Expert: Writing the Freshman Year”, they explore the struggles and patterns that freshmen in college face when writing in their new environment....   [tags: Writing, Essay, Want, Learning]

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Tony Buz The Creator Of Mind Mapping And An Expert On Memory And The Brain

- Tony Buzan, is the creator of mind mapping and an expert on memory and the brain. In an interview conducted by Scholastic he stated, “Many think of memory as rote learning, a linear stuffing of the brain with facts, where understanding is irrelevant. When you teach it properly, with imagination and association, understanding becomes a part of it” (2011). In other words, it is important to make sure that students are not just remembering information just to pass the test, but remembering it in a way that they can use the information later on....   [tags: Memory, Hippocampus, Semantic memory]

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Soldier's Creed, Am I an Expert and Am I a Professional

- ... . The Army cannot generate a professional fighting force without the appropriate institutional development. Each Soldier and commissioned officer entering military service takes an oath in order to become part of the Army profession; however, they are not professionals until Advanced Individual Training or Officer Basic Course training is complete. Specialized training in over 200 fields of technical expertise creates Professional Soldiers prepared to take their place in the Profession of Arms....   [tags: army, leadership, training]

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The Death Of Expertise By Tom Nichols

- In “The Death of Expertise” the author, Tom Nichols, expresses his concerns and fears about the ignorant public and their views on experts and the things they are experts in. Nichols states that, in today’s society, a backlash of hate and anger will ensue when the public is faced with an “assertion of expertise.” Nichols argues that people resent the thought of being wrong or different opinions “altering their own thoughts and changing the way they live.” Nichols states that even though everyone has equal rights, not everyone is an equal expert, which the public does not receive well....   [tags: Critical thinking, Thought, Mind, Expert]

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Credibility Of The Canadian Justice System

- Credibility relates to the character of a witness with regards to evidence in the legal setting. In the eyes of the Canadian Justice System, credibility is deemed as one of the most highly sought after qualities a person can attain. The essence of credibility sets out the difference between the respected and the dismissed in a court environment. Without credibility one’s witness statement shall be considered dismissed and removed from the proceedings. A few case to examine that deal with credibility issues are: Faryna v....   [tags: Jury, Critical thinking, Expert, Judge]

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The Role Of Management For Assist Worker Excel And Focus On Their Positive Actions

- There are several roles and responsibility that would need to happen when monitoring per-sonnel changes. It will be very important for management to assist worker excel and focus on their positive actions, which will cause them to be more engage with their other employees. One of the most important thing in running an office is allow employee to be great in a profession they are used to and can show that they are proficient in giving their talents and pointers to develop and fo-cus on their immediate strengths....   [tags: Management, Employment, Subject matter expert]

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The University Educator As Professional Decision Maker, Reflective, Practitioner, And Adaptive Expert Conceptual Framework

- “In light of what we know about how people learn, how shall we best teach?” The Concordia University Educator as Professional Decision Maker, Reflective Practitioner, and Adaptive Expert conceptual framework provides students a list of outcomes and/or achievements needed to become “professional, decision-making, and reflective” educator. As “professional, decision-making, and reflective” educators, we are taught that successful learning occurs when we utilize a variety of teaching strategies. The key teaching strategies that allow us to “best” teach our students include: knowledge of subject matter (creating learning experiences that make subject matters meaningful and interesting to stude...   [tags: Educational psychology, Education, Learning]

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The Expert : How For Tame A Wild Tongue ' From Gloria Anzaldua 's Book Borderlands / La Frontera

- In the expert “How to tame a wild tongue” from Gloria Anzaldua’s book Borderlands/La Frontera, Anzaldua emphasizes the interrelation of language with social and personal identity. In the text, Anzaldua relays her experiences of racial and cultural barriers embodied throughout language, both of which have led to a degraded version of her ultimate sense of self and personal identity. The underlying message is portrayed in one way with the use of intricate rhetoric, in which Anzaldua makes use of the inclusion of particular phrases in “Chicano Spanish” to bring insight into the dynamic of the linguistics system....   [tags: Sociology, Mores]

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Gender And Cultural Expectations, By Allen G. Johnson, An American Sociologist And Gender Studies Expert

- Gender and Cultural Expectations Misogyny is not the result of the physical state of womanhood; it is the product of the conventions that a society has established for how a woman should compose herself (Rey). These societal rules were created with the intent of perpetuating a patriarchal system in which women cannot express themselves freely. Misogyny is an attempt at enforcing these rules, and misogynistic behaviors can be performed by anyone. While The Gender Knot discusses how the limitation of female sexual expression and the enforcement of gender roles are forms of misogyny, “Girl” and “Mona Lisa Smile” indicate how these practices affect women....   [tags: Gender, Gender role, Transgender, Gender studies]

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How to Become an Expert at Something

- 10,000 Hours Forty years ago in a paper called American Scientist, Herbert Simon and William Chase made one of the most famous conclusions in the study of expertise during a chess match: “We would estimate, very roughly, that a master has spent perhaps 10,000 to 50,000 hours staring at chess positions…” But does this claim really have any evidence behind it. According to Malcolm Gladwell in his book Outliers, the 10,000 hour rule is completely true as well as other factors that lead to expertise in a particular field....   [tags: mastery, hours, motivation]

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Expert Systems: The Past, Present and Future of Knowledge-based Systems

- Expert Systems: The Past, Present and Future of Knowledge-based Systems Expert Systems were invented as a way to decrease the reliance by corporations on human "experts" -- people who apply reasoning and experience to make judgements in a specific field, such as medicine, insurance underwriting or the operation of a power-plant. Hence, an expert system should include a database of facts and a way of reasoning about them. In many, but not all, applications it is also helpful to have a way for the system to reason with probabilities or non-Boolean truth values....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]

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Education: The Expert Theory

- ... Furthermore, students are decision-making organisms, and their behaviour is ‘purposive and directed toward a goal’ (Dreikurs, 1968). Dreikurs’ Social Discipline Model maintains that it is possible to understand student behaviour by recognising their four main goals: attention getting, contest for power, seeking revenge, and displaying inadequacy. In order to deal with such goal-based behaviour, my teaching philosophy promotes the employment of encouragement and logical consequences, rather than, praise, reward, and punishment....   [tags: behavior, learning, students]

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Academic Expert

-   Lit Knowledge and Evil Knowledge offers the individual who attains it the capacity to differentiate between evil and good or wrong and right. Therefore, must we disregard the likelihood that it may not in fact be knowledge, but rather the decisions we settle for subsequent to its attainment that brings about demise of individuals. The paper will try to examine the viewpoints of two writers, Christopher Marlowe and William Shakespeare, concerning the subject of knowledge probably being a downfall as they have inferred in their own plays, Doctor Faustus and Hamlet respectivel...   [tags: Marlowe, Shalespeare, Character Analysis]

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Knowledge Based Expert System in Transportation Engineering and Traffic Adaptive Signal Control System

- Knowledge Based Expert System in Transportation Engineering and Traffic Adaptive Signal Control System I. Abstract Advances in computer technologies have been changing transportation field. Based on those, Intelligent Transportation System has been proposed and being developed for the next generation transportation system. This system requires more utilization of Artificial Intelligence, such as Knowledge Based Expert System, than current one. Although Knowledge Based Expert System has not been robustly studied in the field of transportation, it is suggested to be implemented in Traffic Adaptive Signal Control System as a part of Intelligent Transportation System....   [tags: Traffic Control Light Artificial Intelligence]

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Old Rock Meet Your Local Coffee Expert!

- ... At the beginning, the business was focusing on selling coffee beans. Later on, in 2003, Carole opened her first café “Old Rock” and soon her coffee got Fairtrade certified. Fairtrade certified coffee is a standard qualification for coffee product, which is have to meet the agreed environmental, labor, and developmental standards. Customers pay a little higher price for their coffee to support the coffee farmers in third-world countries. The name of the café was her son’s idea, “Sudbury was built on the rocks”....   [tags: farmer's market, cafe, barista]

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Preference Reversal And Expert

- Subjects in gambling tasks that involve both choice and pricing show a pattern of responses known as preference reversal. That is, although subjects in a choice condition generally will give higher preference ratings to “safe';, high-probability/low-payoff, bets than to “longshot';, low-probability/high-payoff, bets, when they are asked in a pricing condition to generate an amount of money that they would accept to avoid the gamble altogether they tend to give higher values for longshots over safer bets....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Employability of a MIS Analyst

- ... If MIS officers think their work interesting them they will automatically motivated to their works. Open & frequent communications: Open and frequent communications help employees to understand the nature of the tasks and ways to develop their present level. As MIS is a dynamic field of business world so there must be free and frequent communication between supervisors and employees. Career security: If employees are sure about their future growth in the field of MIS they will certainly feel eager to develop their quality of tasks in the field of MIS....   [tags: information systems expert/liason]

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Experiences with a Student Different to All Others

- It is a signal honour for me as an educator, to attest to the academic and co-curricular achievements of my former student, Tevin Bristol, as well as to highlight his excellent behavior and self discipline which characterized his sojourn at Christ Church Secondary. His time and contribution at this school can only be described as a period of excellence. I have known this student for over seven years and consider him an invaluable asset to our school and by extension to the youth arm of our nation....   [tags: expert opinions in education, educator perspective]

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Soft Law and Ombudsman

- Soft Law and Ombudsman Introduction Not all ombudsmen might know that they use the Soft Law toolbox. This paper aims to show how they do it and that the fluid system of the bottom-up building of norms is appreciated both by public and administration. What is Soft Law. The difference between “normal” laws and Soft Law is that the latter is not a product of a legislative body: Soft Law is a bottom up developed standard that through different processes becomes a legal standard, often a result of a negotiation process....   [tags: legistative, norms, system, expert, law, case]

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On Experts and Global Warming

- Global warming is an increasingly common subject in our political realm, and the opposing sides seem to be farther apart and more contentious than ever. In his article at, “On Experts and Global Warming”, Gary Gutting argues that given the nature of the arguments this should no longer be the case. The use of experts as evidence for each side’s belief, he suggests, takes the argument out of the hands of “nonexperts” and places it within the climate scientists’ domain. While this is the example he uses, Gutting, a professor of philosophy at the University of Notre Dame, makes it clear that this isn’t the only forum where his idea applies....   [tags: Political Science]

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Import And Export Business Is An Ideal Occupation

- The import and export business is an ideal occupation for those individuals who know how to sell, but who also have a diplomatic and engaging character. As sales and distribution agents in one or more countries for overseas manufacturers, importers and exporters are the matchmakers of international trade. Import and export are high-risk businesses that are vulnerable to sudden changes in politics, economics and legislation. There are many risks for an exporter and importer that can be summed up as government risk, regulation risk, labor risk, raw material risk, fixed cost risk, exchange risk, transport risk, and culture and society risk....   [tags: International trade, Export, Material, Import]

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A Detailed Completion Of Required Export And Import Documentation

- A detailed completion of required export and import documentation is one of the most crucial components of successful international trade. Export and import documents offer a seller and his overseas buyer in handling transactions in all means including payment protection, time management, disputes, claim on loss, etc. These documentation also provide both parties with an accounting record; shipping and logistics companies with instructions of what to do with freight information; and banks with directives tools for collecting payments....   [tags: International trade, Export, Transport]

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My Internship At Export Inspection Council Of India

- My internship at Export Inspection Council of India, Ministry of Commerce and Industry which started on 26th May,2015 till 6th july,2015 was an enriching experience. The Export Inspection Council of India (EIC) was set up by the Government of India as an apex body to provide for sound development of export trade through quality control and pre-shipment inspection. I applied for the internship through an online portal procedure for which I got a response and was asked to come for an interview. My internship got approved by the Director, EIC and I was assigned to the certificate of origin department .I was asked to join the office and prepare a report on the pricing of certificate of origin....   [tags: International trade, Free trade, Export]

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Export Procedure For Exporting Goods From India

-  REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR EXPORTING GOODS FROM INDIA TO FOREIGN COUNTRY: Export procedure describes the documents required for exporting from India. Special documents may be required depending on the type of product or destination. Certain export products may require a quality control inspection certificate from the Export Inspection Agency. Some food and pharmaceutical product may require a health or sanitary certificate for export. Shipping Bill/ Bill of Export is the main document required by the Customs Authority for allowing shipment....   [tags: International trade, Export, Customs, Import]

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To Export or To Not Export

- TO EXPORT OR TO NOT EXPORT The Case Have you ever looked up to see the magnificent sight of a well designed building. The high arches that seem to reach to the sky, or the structural beams that seem to meld into the massive framework, they all come from the mind of an architect. Most architects belong to or work with a firm; this is the case with Sperry/MacLennan Architects and Planners. One of their junior partners, Mitch Brooks is looking to export services of the firm outside Canada and is currently struggling to find the right fit....   [tags: Architecture]

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An Export From Keny Passion Fruit Juice

- The first significant horticultural export from Kenya was passion fruit juice in 1930’s .In addition Kenya was a major exporter of temperate vegetables such as carrots, cabbages and tomatoes to the UK. In the 1950’s a pineapple plantation and canning industry was established. In the late periods of the 1950’s the first air shipments of the high value fresh produce were made to the UK. The produce was mainly directed to high class stores and hotels. These exports were facilitated by the Horticultural Co-operative Union....   [tags: International trade, Export, Fruit, Trade]

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Countries Through Out The World Import And Export

- Countries through out the world import and export. You import because other countries have comparative advantages over natural resources and in some cases have more human resources since the labor is cheaper. It is produced abroad and will be imported to the United States. You export when it is cheaper to produce the goods or service in your country. This includes having access to human capital, natural resources and human resources. The United States is known for producing aircraft, spacecraft and etc....   [tags: International trade, Export, United States]

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Can People still rely on knowledge from experts?

- “There is no evidence that scientists always tell the truth, and the chances are that they are only marginally more honest than, say, politicians” (New Scientist) Knowledge can be defined as an organised body of information which through experience, theories and studies help the human mind discover and develop new information. Different forms of knowledge include medical, religious, scientific, and common-sense and these in turn have their own language and status and there is privileging of some knowledge i.e., scientific....   [tags: essays research papers]

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A Knowledge Entry System for Subject Matter Experts

- The High Performance Knowledge Bases (HPKB) project demonstrated that the teams of knowledge engineers working together could create knowledge bases (KBs) roughly at the rate of 10K axioms/year for a pre-specified task and evaluation criteria. The HPKB effort showed that it is possible to create KBs by reusing the content of knowledge libraries, and it demonstrated reuse rates ranging from 25% to 100%, depending on the application and the knowledge engineer. It was acknowledged that the ability of a subject matter expert (SME) to directly enter knowledge is essential to improve the KB construction rates....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Export Strategies

- Introduction Export goods or services are provided to foreign consumers by domestic producers. Export of commercial quantities of goods normally requires involvement of the Customs authorities in both the country of export and the country of import. (Mancha Navarro, 2001) The advent of small trades over the internet such as through Amazon, e-Bay and the like, have largely by-passed the involvement of Customs in many countries due to the low individual values of these trades. Nonetheless these small exports are still subject to legal restrictions applied by the country of export, particularly in respect of strategic export limitations.(Ferrer Trullols, 1993) There are many market...   [tags: Business Market Export]

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Research Methodology: Delphi Technique

- The Delphi technique is a tool that is used in many areas of study. According to (Nworie, 2011) the Delphi Technique is a research methodology which is used to extract, collect, and determine the opinions of a panel of experts from a given field. This tool is used to seek consensus from the experts and then be able to make predictions or decisions based on the experts’ opinions of the panelists involved in the study. This research methodology is considered to be of importance as it is based on the premise that the collective opinions of efforts panelists are of richer quality than the limited view of an individual....   [tags: experts, panelists, strongest arguments]

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Marketing Sales and A Strategic HR Plan for Coach Inc´s.

- To help Coach Inc's. Recovery in the US and wander into China, the association needs to: Help its Marketing and Sales Teams in the US by enrolling in New York and Chicago, 10 experienced specialists with high capability and key capacities for Coach arrangements and promoting force . Another Chinese Marketing and Sales Team-+ of 20 experienced delegates with high capacity and key capabilities for Coach wander into the Chinese market – this gathering will be headed by a Senior Executive on overall obligation from Coach's focal station in New York who brings taking in of the association social order, skeletons and routines....   [tags: china, chicago, hr experts]

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The Positive Aspects of Mental Distress

- Many would agree that mental distress is a negative experience for the person affected. However, the testimonies from the contributors to the course module identify positive aspects also. Charis, Rosemary, Andrea, Miranda, Chris and Terry give accounts of their experience of mental distress. This essay will examine those accounts to ascertain whether a positive aspect can be seen. It will consider how their identities have been affected, how change has occurred and how their experiences subsequently affected others....   [tags: Experts through Experience]

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Standards for Disaster Victim Identification

- ... The remains could be in a fragile state, it is therefore extremely important to document and preserve evidence. Everything must be photographed from the surrounding area, to the victims remains, to the victims themselves. Phase 2 is the mortuary phase. During the mortuary phase, the victims remains are brought to a separate location to be catalogued and stored. Often that storage location will be in a cool dry location, such as ice piles and refrigerated containers, much like the coolers in the morgue, except bigger....   [tags: remains, forces, experts]

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Import/Export Business For Hand-Made Craft

- Import/Export Business Plan Lisboa Este No. 10 – Parana Country Club Hernandarias, Paraguay CaNav Import/Export will be a start-up wholesale distribution company. This import/Export business will be run by owner Carlos Navarro as a Limited Liability Company. CaNav offers high quality products and provides excellent customer services for Paraguayan produced products. CaNav will offer these products imported directly from Paraguay, to big cities around the United States. The business will be located at Lisboa Este No....   [tags: Management Case Study Economics Import Export]

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The Examination Done By Rhetoric Experts

- The Examination Done By Rhetoric Experts On the morning of September 11, 2001, Al Qaeda terrorists carried out a set of coordinated suicide attacks using four-hijacked passenger planes and killing around 3,000 people on American soil. The first two planes hit the World Trade center, killing everyone on board and hundreds inside the buildings. Following this attack, the nation was informed by President Bush that these attacks were, “apparent terrorist attacks on our country”(BB PP). The third hijacked plane soon crashed into the Pentagon in Washington D.C....   [tags: Al-Qaeda, George W. Bush, September 11 attacks]

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