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Definition of the noun academe
What does academe mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: academes
- the academic world
Alternative definition of the noun academe
- [poetic] An academy; a place of learning.
- [poetic] The scholarly life.
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Mothers in Academia (2013)
by Maria Castaneda, Kirsten Isgro
Because academe is a microcosm of the macrosystems of 114 UNEXPECTED CHALLENGES AND MOMENTOUS REVELATIONS.
In the Trenches of Academe by Rodolfo F. Acuña
Creating the Legend Academe is a microcosm of society. It creates illusions of self-governance. Throughout the 1970s the institutions that established Ethnic Studies programs told minority scholars that to survive the programs had to attract ...
The New Public Intellectual (2016)
Politics, Theory, and the Public Sphere by Jeffrey R. Di Leo, Peter Hitchcock
Academe is a site where knowledge is discovered, disseminated, and debated, and academic values are directly linked to these knowledge-driven practices. The activities and values of the public-private sector are often defined as the ...
Concepts and Application by Michael D. Dahnke, PhD, Heyward Michael Dreher
While academe is the traditional bastion of knowledge discovery, the academy has also been criticized as sometimes being removed from the realities practitioners encounter everyday, and that science does not always address the questions ...
Get the Guests (1994)
Psychoanalysis, Modern American Drama, and the Audience by Walter Albert Davis
Academe is the privileged site of that drama and of its strenuous denial. Here people are, as the saying goes, so petty because the stakes are so small. The positive side of this circumstance is that small stakes can become the Hegelian battle ...
by Alvin Miller
Hansen comments 'academe is a product of, and an agent for, the rationalization and disenchantment of the world, and that entails marginalizing the paranormal.' Satan highly esteems intellect, and you collect tokens such as academic ...
Truth to Power (2010)
Public Intellectuals In and Out of Academe by Silvia Nagy-Zekmi, Karyn Hollis
Academe is a site where knowledge is disseminated, discovered, and debated, and academic values are directly linked to these knowledge-driven practices. In contrast to academe, however, the public-private sector is associated with a ...
The University in Ruins (1996)
by Bill Readings
it is merely the observation that the wish to get out of the confines of academe is a wish structurally situated within those confines. Thus, Cultural Studies must be understood to arise when culture ceases to be the animating principle of ...
Digital Advertising (2017)
Theory and Research by Shelly Rodgers, Esther Thorson
In relation to this inherent challenge in computational research, a crucial issue in the current computational research in marketing/advertising industry and academe is a lack of rigorous concept explication guiding the concept-toindicator ...
by Jan Harold Brunvand
Academe,. Legends. of. College and university campuses, despite being centers of research, learning, and sophistication, are also fertile grounds for the growth of legends and other folklore. As Barre Toelken points out, students “can be seen ...
by Henry Watson Fowler, Jeremy Butterfield
Academe. In ancient Greece, Ἀκαδήμεια was the proper name of a garden near Athens sacred to the hero Academus. In the 4c. bc it was the site of a philosophical school established there by Plato. Shakespeare modified the Greek name to ...
by Mary Zeiss Stange, Carol K. Oyster, Jane E. Sloan
Academe. Internationally, women are underrepresented as full professors. In most countries, no more than 15 to 20 percent of the full professors are women, and the percentage is growing very slowly. There are even fewer women in senior ...
by Diagram Group
academe A place of learning, or the world of education in general. academic A person who is a member of a college, university, or other institution of higher ...
The Devil's Dictionary, Tales, and Memoirs by Ambrose Bierce
ACADEME, n. An ancient school where morality and philosophy were taught.
Encyclopedia of Motherhood (2010)
by Andrea O'Reilly
Mothers in the Professoriate Although most faculty women taking positions in academe in the early years were single and many women remain childless within academe today, with time mothers joined and continue to join the ranks. Being a ...
How to Say it and Write it Correctly Now: The Ultimate Reference Book, Containing Practical Grammar, Punctuation, & Spelling Rules, Homonyms, Medical Terms, Layperson's Legal Dictionary, Major Art Terms -- And More! (2005)
by Santo J. Aurelio
Many people find the following words difficult to pronounce: academe (AK-a- deem) academia (ak-a-DEE-mee-a) acumen (a-KYEW-men) affiant (a-FY-ant) alumnae (a-LUM-nee) alumni (a-LUM-ny) Andersen windows anemone ...
by Elmar Waibl
< ontological difference academe 0 akademische Welt f ...
by Tatnall, Arthur
Academe. Figure 1. Unlinked knowledge because of independent organization structures (Berger,. 577 Hans Lehmann Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand Stefan Berger Detecon International GmbH, Germany ...
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Scrabble value of A1C3A1D2E1M3E1
The value of this 7-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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