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Effectuality foregrounds impact on the child, and includes impact on the parent and teacher.
In a research done by Bialo and Kachala, the effectuality of IT facilities in learning procedures has been studied.
We have already seen that when we limit ourselves to this general determination-destination, we are missing the "frame" that connects it to the effectuality of this being-there in this situation, thus concretely determined.
14) Such a "self," of course, is best characterized not in terms of mere "movement and perception," as Aristotle would have it, but in terms, rather, of effectuality--the effectuality that movement and perception make possible.
The media constantly reinforce the effectuality of non-humanities disciplines, too.
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Witt, Non-Coercive Interrogation and the Administration of Criminal Justice: The Impact of Miranda on Police Effectuality, 64 J.