immediacy


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Modernism presents a detour from the long history of the immediacy.
6) Some researchers believe that nonverbal behaviors are more effective at communicating immediacy than verbal behaviors.
Reflection is a stepping back prior to decision, a more considered "desire" aimed at action, so that a gap opens up within immediacy to allow ethical decision-making.
This article explores how immediacy has changed and been shaped by technological development and adoption, and how satellite technologies are used to demarcate the boundary between professional and amateur journalism while social media technologies threaten to redefine it.
The purpose of this study was to determine the learning activities employed by successful instructors in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Florida, and describe the cognitive levels reached and teacher immediacy behaviors utilized during the learning activities.
The primary purpose of this study is to determine how known indicators of instructional immediacy relate to motivation and learning among military and civilian students in online classrooms.
Instructional communication scholars overwhelmingly agree that immediacy is an effective behavior that instructors must consider and utilize (Richmond, Lane, & McCroskey, 2006).
An examination of the communication factors immediacy, perceived caring, and communication apprehension as they pertain to student achievement will be explored.
The author's use of dialogue gives the story immediacy, and the poetic language with which he delivers the deepest revelations acts as a counterbalance to the harshness he describes.
In this complete and unabridged audiobook production, "Riders Of The Dawn" is distinctively narrated by Jim Gough who brings tension and immediacy to this classic western story.
The first-person narrative lends immediacy to the story.