This chapter clearly shows the importance of rhymes and shows how they are contextually
rich for learning sound-letter relationships; this chapter also includes some of Lorraine's wonderful poetry and rhyme that you can use in your classroom.
It gives a service provider a new form of revenue; gives an advertiser the ability to pay only for ads that are relevant and targeted to the market they serve; and it gives an end user contextually
relevant ad content.
Some antivirus firms responded with features can detect when an incoming attachment is Zip-compressed and password-protected, then scan the body text for something that contextually
looks like a password.
A number of studies have verified that when subjects are taught to make conditional discriminations in particular contexts, they will subsequently demonstrate equivalence relations that are contextually
controlled (Bush, Sidman, & de Rose, 1989; Gatch & Osborne, 1989; Lazar & Kotlarchyk, 1986; Wulfert & Hayes, 1988).
The book is contextually
generous and capacious, then, but it also fits significantly into the context of Weimann's own previous work.
According to Meta Group Inc., a research and consulting firm focusing on information technology and business transformation strategies, a portal product "must provide contextually
relevant information to an individual in a customizable manner (for administrator and user) that respects the security and privacy of the individual content." The research firm describes a number of primary functions of CFO portals: personalization, classification, security and access control (for users and contributors).
The concluding chapters on Poe's Pym and Douglass's Narrative are individually useful and interesting as contextually
based readings of canonical texts (Gardner's reading of Poe draws interestingly on Poe's dabblings in graphology), but they are less convincing as the culmination of the overall argument of Master Plots.
Still, online agencies note that in a "contextually
relevant" environment, where consumers are driven by a particular need--i.e., looking to book a vacation--there is a strong likelihood that they'll click on an ad banner, enabling targeted messages to score higher than the average 1 percent click-through rates seen with banners in general.
When highlighted information is clicked, a pop-up menu appears, providing contextually
The findings supported the observation that theoretical con structs such as interests and job involvement from the developed world can indeed be useful in studying organizational phenomena in the developing world, provided the measures are culturally sensitive, contextually
relevant and carefully operationalized.
More specifically, the paper argues that the discourse on computer addiction is usefully approached as an example of what Foucault calls a "normalizing discourse"-in this case, a discourse which functions contextually
toward the production, negotiation, and management of "normal" and "abnormal," "healthy" and "unhealthy" relationships with this new technology.
The Encyclopedia of Christianity is a monumental, international, ecumenical, contextually
written collection of articles dealing with 2,000 years of Christian history.