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disciplinary

(Educational), adjective academic, didactic, didactical, doctrinal, educative, informative, instructional, instructive, paedeutic, pedagogic, pedagogical, preceptive, preceptoral, scholastic, training, tuitionary, tutorial

disciplinary

(Punitory), adjective amercing, chastening, corrective, inflictive, penal, penological, punishing, punitive, reformational, reformative, regulatory, retaliatory, retributive, talionic
Associated concepts: disciplinary action, disciplinary hearrng, disciplinary power, disciplinary proceeding
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By that I mean that the writers of the text make enormous and universal claims about what the book can do, and in making those claims they lay themselves wide open for intense critique--theoretically, pedagogically, philosophically, disciplinarily, and practically.
Indeed, what are traditionally conceived of as disciplinarily distinct indiv idual texts placed in their original periodical context become integrated into a multidisciplinary range of overlapping discourses which invalidates the clear generic distinction between poetry and science which has been made by the institutionalization of knowledge along disciplinary lines.
Therefore there remains a challenge for newly minted folklorists/ethnologists wishing to gain employment in Canadian university settings, because we are, aside from a few institutions, disciplinarily destitute.
Keywords co-occurring in two or three groups tended to be more generic or disciplinarily generic than non-co-occurring ones.
Coherence of the content -- that is, the establishment of clear, disciplinarily valid linkages among the topics and skills in the lesson -- was an important part of the rating.
During the last few decades comparative literature's most pressing impulse seems to have been territorial or cumulative: annexing material first overlooked or unexplored, enlarging the scope, expanding the limits of comparison geographically, disciplinarily, intellectually.
He instructed to hold them accountable professionally and disciplinarily if they are found out to be responsible for any mistake.
Hence, while time-dimension makes the research more complex, both theoretically and methodologically, it also becomes a connecting approach disciplinarily, as well as interdisciplinarily.
College London, UK) present 16 disciplinarily and topically diverse papers examining aspects of poetry and poetics, particularly within the Germanic language family.
We should note that these last observations, while possibly explaining the higher costs associated with teams in these nursing homes, when taken together with the prior observation of no differences in quality, raise questions about the benefits of having teams that are more disciplinarily diverse.