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Secondly, an examination of differences between shippers' and maritime firms' importance and satisfaction levels with service attributes revealed significant differences with respect to the following: knowledgeability of sales personnel, ability of sales representatives to handle problems, frequency of sales representatives' calls to shippers, good condition of containers, and advertising in newspapers or magazines.
Because of this, the administrative challenge is to place a premium on supporting the knowledgeability of practice, rather than displacing it.
Common sense and social science, for Bourdieu, refer to two radically different kinds of knowledgeability, or modes of relating to the world, namely the practical and the theoretical modes respectively.
Gauge the knowledgeability of your interviewer and modify your responses accordingly.
The key to Giddens' explanation is his focus on the knowledgeability of the agent and the fact that the agency cannot exist or be analyzed separately from its structure.
Wenger-Trayner (Eds.), Learning in Landscapes of Practice: Boundaries, Identity, and Knowledgeability in Practice-based Learning (pp.
'We are not ready to subscribe to this cynical view of people in power, but we acknowledge this knowledgeability on cybersecurity and we hope our own officials will see the merit of reviewing our present election system and put more safeguards in place,' he added.
Governments around the world are not well-equipped to cope with ever-advancing cyber criminals, he said, "because people in power use everything available to fight their enemies and protect themselves from being removed from power." We are not ready to subscribe to this cynical view of people in power, but we acknowledge his knowledgeability on cybersecurity and we hope our own officials will see the merit of reviewing our present election system and put more safeguards in place.
To verify each informant's knowledge of suppliers' cooperative relationships with retailers, as well as their levels of knowledgeability in regard to the survey, we used a seven-point Likert scale (1 = "very low" and 7 = "very high").
Rheingold, "Circle talks as situated experiential learning: context, identity, and knowledgeability in learning from reflection," Journal of Experiential Education, vol.
This view of competence is much more closely related to the practice-theory perspective, where competences are defined as "multiple forms of understanding and practical knowledgeability" (Shove, Pantzar, and Watson 23).
Knowledgeability of danger signs of infancy, high educational level, and being married were associated with immediate health care seeking.

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