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Paradigms
Powerful Effects
Limited Effects
Moderate Effects
Audience Reception Studies
(the bullet theory) Assumes everyone exposed to mass media fo…
No consistency in media effect. Media communicates info, that…
Although direct effects on audiences are hard to prove;doesn'…
Expects that audiences may respond to the same text differently
Powerful Effects
(the bullet theory) Assumes everyone exposed to mass media fo…
Limited Effects
No consistency in media effect. Media communicates info, that…
10 terms
Paradigms
paradigm
paradigm examples
module
object- oriented programming
a way of doing something (like programming) and not a concret…
imperative, declarative, structured, procedural, functional,…
any of a number of distinct but interrelated units from which…
organized around objects and not actions and data rather than…
paradigm
a way of doing something (like programming) and not a concret…
paradigm examples
imperative, declarative, structured, procedural, functional,…
Paradigms
Present Active Indicative of Eimi
Imperfect Active Indicative of Eimi
Future Active Indicative of Eimi
Present Active Participle
εἰμί... εἶ... ἐστί(ν)... ἐσμέν... ἐστέ... εἰσί(ν)
ἤμην... ἦς/ἦσθα... ἦν... ἦμεν/ἤμεθα... ἦτε... ἦσαν
ἔσομαι ... ἔσῃ/ἔσεσαι ... ἔσται/ἔσεται ... ἐσόμεθα ... ἔσεσθε ... ἔσονται
Masc... λύων... λύοντος... λύοντι... λύοντα... λύοντες... λυόντων... λύουσι(ν)... λύο…
Present Active Indicative of Eimi
εἰμί... εἶ... ἐστί(ν)... ἐσμέν... ἐστέ... εἰσί(ν)
Imperfect Active Indicative of Eimi
ἤμην... ἦς/ἦσθα... ἦν... ἦμεν/ἤμεθα... ἦτε... ἦσαν
21 terms
Paradigms
epistemology
ontology
axiology
epistemology (objective)
how we know what we know
how we view reality
study of values
singular (T)
epistemology
how we know what we know
ontology
how we view reality
16 terms
paradigms
conjugate portāre in all persons in pr…
conjugate portāre in all persons imper…
conjugate portāre in all persons perfe…
conjugate docēre in all persons presen…
portō... portās... portat... portāmus... portātis... portant
portābam... portābās... portābat... portābāmus... portābātis... portābant
portāvī... portāvistī... portāvit... portāvimus... portāvistis... portāvērunt
doceō... docēs... docet... docēmus... docētis... docent
conjugate portāre in all persons in pr…
portō... portās... portat... portāmus... portātis... portant
conjugate portāre in all persons imper…
portābam... portābās... portābat... portābāmus... portābātis... portābant
Paradigms
Processual
Postprocessual
Processual-plus
Processual
Looks for "grand narrative" about a culture's changes
Emphasises individuals
Middle ground, debates and compromises
Tries to stay out of politics
Processual
Looks for "grand narrative" about a culture's changes
Postprocessual
Emphasises individuals
10 terms
Paradigms
paradigms
3 stages of societal development
Structural funtionalisim
Parsons social systems theory
-a model of a framework for observation and understanding, wh…
1. theological (until 1300 AD): religion= single deity... 2. met…
-Durkheim ... -social institutions and aspects of society are or…
1. cultural system: symbols for expression (language, music)…
paradigms
-a model of a framework for observation and understanding, wh…
3 stages of societal development
1. theological (until 1300 AD): religion= single deity... 2. met…
24 terms
paradigms
paradigm
3 Main Paradigms
Diathesis-stress paradigm
Psychoanalytic paradigm
A conceptual framework within which scientists work
Diathesis-stress, learning, cognitive
-Biological paradigm that considers role of environment, life…
-Psychic energy: fuels personality forces... -Necessarily confli…
paradigm
A conceptual framework within which scientists work
3 Main Paradigms
Diathesis-stress, learning, cognitive
8 terms
paradigms
structural functional
manifest function
latent function
dysfunction
who does it?... everything has a purpose
obvious
hidden
when things go wrong
structural functional
who does it?... everything has a purpose
manifest function
obvious
Paradigms
structuralism
Behaviorism
Psychodynamic
Gestalt
Studies the conscious elements of expierence
studies behavior, nearly all behavior is learned
Human behavior is driven by unconscious forces, large part of…
We see and interpret more than is actually there. We look for…
structuralism
Studies the conscious elements of expierence
Behaviorism
studies behavior, nearly all behavior is learned
11 terms
Paradigms
do do ti do... do fa sol do
mi fa fa mi... do fa sol do
mi re ti do... do fa sol do
mi re ti do... do re sol do
I IV V I
I IV V7 I
I ii6 V I
I ii V I
do do ti do... do fa sol do
I IV V I
mi fa fa mi... do fa sol do
I IV V7 I
Paradigms
λυω λυομεν... λυεις λυετε... λυει λυουσιν
λυομαι λυομεθα... λυῃ λυεσθε... λυεται λυον…
λογος λογοι... λογου λογων... λογῳ λογοις... λ…
δωρον δωρα... δωρου δωρων... δωρῳ δωροις... δω…
Present, Active, Indicative
Present, Middle/Passive, Indicative
Second Declension Masculine Nouns (ending in ος)
Second Declension Neuter Nouns (ending in ον)
λυω λυομεν... λυεις λυετε... λυει λυουσιν
Present, Active, Indicative
λυομαι λυομεθα... λυῃ λυεσθε... λυεται λυον…
Present, Middle/Passive, Indicative
9 terms
Paradigms
mi re do... do sol do
mi fa mi... do sol do
sol sol sol... do ti do
mi do re... do mi sol
I V I
I V7 I
I V6 I
I I6 V
mi re do... do sol do
I V I
mi fa mi... do sol do
I V7 I
12 terms
paradigms
possessive pronouns base form
dative personal pronouns
accusative personal pronouns
nominative indefinite articles M, F, N
mein, dein, sein, ihr, sein... unser, euer, Ihr, ihr
mir, dir, ihm, ihr, ihm, uns, euch, Ihnen, ihnen
mich, dich, ihn, sie, es... uns, euch, Sie, sie
ein, eine, ein
possessive pronouns base form
mein, dein, sein, ihr, sein... unser, euer, Ihr, ihr
dative personal pronouns
mir, dir, ihm, ihr, ihm, uns, euch, Ihnen, ihnen
Paradigms
Paradigms
Paradigm must be supported
Are paradigms accepted immediately?
Who formally defined paradigm
Practices that define a scientific discipline at a certain ti…
Experiments
No, paradigms take years to be accepted. In order for it to b…
Thomas Kuhn
Paradigms
Practices that define a scientific discipline at a certain ti…
Paradigm must be supported
Experiments
15 terms
Paradigms
Nouns & Adj.
Construct Form
Pronominal Suffixes (ms)
Object Pronouns
סוּס (ms)... סוּסַ֫יִם (md)... סוּסִים (mp)... סוּסָה (fs)... סוּסָתַ֫יִם…
סוּס (ms)... סוּסֵי (md)... סוּסֵי (mp)... סוּסַת (fs)... סוּסְתֵי (fd)... ס…
סוּסֹו... סוּסָהּ... סוּסְךָ... סוּסֵךְ... סוּסִי... סוּסָם... סוּסָן... סוּסְכֶם…
אֹתוֹ (him)... אֹתָהּ (her)... אְֹךָ (you)... אֹתָךְ (you)... אֹתִי (me)…
Nouns & Adj.
סוּס (ms)... סוּסַ֫יִם (md)... סוּסִים (mp)... סוּסָה (fs)... סוּסָתַ֫יִם…
Construct Form
סוּס (ms)... סוּסֵי (md)... סוּסֵי (mp)... סוּסַת (fs)... סוּסְתֵי (fd)... ס…
14 terms
Paradigms
Nouns & Adj.
Construct Form
Pronominal Suffixes (ms)
Object Pronouns
סוּס (ms)... סוּסַ֜יִם (md)... סוּסִים (mp)... סוּסָה (fs)... סוּסָתַ֜יִם…
סוּס (ms)... סוּסֵי (md)... סוּסֵי (mp)... סוּסַת (fs)... סוּסְתֵי (fd)... ס…
סוּסֹו... סוּסָהּ... סוּסְךָ... סוּסֵךְ... סוּסִי... סוּסָם... סוּסָן... סוּסְכֶם…
אֹתוֹ (him)... אֹתָהּ (her)... אֹתְךָ (you)... אֹתָךְ (you)... אֹתִי (me)…
Nouns & Adj.
סוּס (ms)... סוּסַ֜יִם (md)... סוּסִים (mp)... סוּסָה (fs)... סוּסָתַ֜יִם…
Construct Form
סוּס (ms)... סוּסֵי (md)... סוּסֵי (mp)... סוּסַת (fs)... סוּסְתֵי (fd)... ס…
Paradigm
Social Darwinism
conflict paradigm
symbolic interactionism
ethnomethodology
a translation of darwin's theory into societies: over time, s…
human behavior as attempts to dominate others
human behavior as the creation of meaning through social inte…
people are continually creating social structure through thei…
Social Darwinism
a translation of darwin's theory into societies: over time, s…
conflict paradigm
human behavior as attempts to dominate others
Paradigm
ω
εις
ει
μεν
I
You
He/she/i
We
ω
I
εις
You
Paradigm
Noun
1. One that serves as a pattern or mod…
Middle English, Late Latin, Greek
Paradigmatic
What part of speech is paradigm?
What are the definitions of paradigm?
What languages does paradigm originate from?
What is the adjective form of paradigm?
Noun
What part of speech is paradigm?
1. One that serves as a pattern or mod…
What are the definitions of paradigm?
64 terms
Paradigm
Alisa Adler
Nate Bryson
Jason Cunningham
Will Douglas
Molly Ronis - Talent Agent... Elizabeth Mitchell - She's All Tha…
Samuel Anene - Talent Agent... Vanessa Marano - Switched At Birth
Kaelyn Moore - Talent Agent... David Sullivan - Argo
Reid Klarsfeld - Talent Agent... Lorenza Izzo - The Green Inferno
Alisa Adler
Molly Ronis - Talent Agent... Elizabeth Mitchell - She's All Tha…
Nate Bryson
Samuel Anene - Talent Agent... Vanessa Marano - Switched At Birth
5 terms
Paradigm
Definition
Part of Speech
Origin
Adjective
a typical example or pattern
noun
English
paradigmatic
Definition
a typical example or pattern
Part of Speech
noun
5 terms
Paradigm
Paradigm
Marxist Theory of History
Great Man Theory of History
Machiavellian Theory of History
explains history of the world. an example.
Theory of Communism... Karl Marx-Communist Manifesto... Class Strug…
-Excludes Women ... -Men impacted: hitler, stalan, Churchill, FD…
Use peoples own weaknesses against them
Paradigm
explains history of the world. an example.
Marxist Theory of History
Theory of Communism... Karl Marx-Communist Manifesto... Class Strug…
10 terms
Paradigm
Sing, nom
Sing, acc
Sing, ab
Sing, voc
A, us
Am, um, em
Ā, o, e
A, e
Sing, nom
A, us
Sing, acc
Am, um, em
36 terms
Paradigm
Paradigm
Genes
Genotype
Phenotype
Set of basic assumptions that guide what questions are asked,…
Carriers of genetic information (DNA) and are impacted by env…
Unobservable genetic material inherited by an individual
Observable expressed genetic material (characteristics)
Paradigm
Set of basic assumptions that guide what questions are asked,…
Genes
Carriers of genetic information (DNA) and are impacted by env…
5 terms
Paradigm
Robust
Discretionary
Pulmonary
Awful
...
...
...
...
Robust
...
Discretionary
...
26 terms
paradigm
βουλή
βουλῆς
βουλῇ
βουλήν
ns
gs
ds
as
βουλή
ns
βουλῆς
gs
Paradigm
Paradigm
How can they be deffective?
Syncretism
Levelling
A Group of inflexionally related words with a common lexical…
If they lack one or more forms. Ie. Scissors has no singlular…
Occurs when a single inflected form corresponds to more than…
Refers to the change in which formal differences within the s…
Paradigm
A Group of inflexionally related words with a common lexical…
How can they be deffective?
If they lack one or more forms. Ie. Scissors has no singlular…
Paradigm
What is the part of speech?
What is the adjective?
What is the verb?
Where is it from?
Noun
Paradigmatic
Paradigmatically
Late Latin and Greek
What is the part of speech?
Noun
What is the adjective?
Paradigmatic
6 terms
Verb Paradigms
ω ομεν... εις ετε... ει ουσι(ν)
ομαι ομεθα... ει/ῃ εσθε... εται ονται
ον ομεν... ες ετε... ε(ν) ον
ομην ομεθα... ου εσθε... ετο οντο
Present, Progressive, Indicative, Active
Present, Progressive, Indicative, Middle/Passive
Past, Progressive, Indicative, Active
Past, Progressive, Indicative, Middle/Passive
ω ομεν... εις ετε... ει ουσι(ν)
Present, Progressive, Indicative, Active
ομαι ομεθα... ει/ῃ εσθε... εται ονται
Present, Progressive, Indicative, Middle/Passive
13 terms
Immune Paradigms
Pattern Recognition Receptors
Toll-Like Receptors
Diversity of TLRs
Cellular Response to Ligand-TLR binding
Receptors of the innate immune system that recognize broad st…
A way for innate cells to:... • Recognize pathogens... • Become a…
Ability to recognize various pattern motifs and control subse…
Very important: TLR-4 recognizes LPS.... Specific Phenotypic e…
Pattern Recognition Receptors
Receptors of the innate immune system that recognize broad st…
Toll-Like Receptors
A way for innate cells to:... • Recognize pathogens... • Become a…
7 terms
THE 7 PARADIGMS
POSITIVISM
INTERPRETIVE
MIXED METHODS
POST-POSITIVIST
is a philosophical theory stating that positive knowledge is…
is a discussion in which participants explore and/or resolve…
includes the use of more than one method of data collection o…
While positivists believe that the researcher and the researc…
POSITIVISM
is a philosophical theory stating that positive knowledge is…
INTERPRETIVE
is a discussion in which participants explore and/or resolve…
Paradigms Exam Lisp
Eql
Member
&rest
Labels
If exactly the same... >(eql 'a 'a)... t... >(eql '(a) '(a))... nil (beca…
Shows what part of the list that 'b is a member of... >(member '…
Binds all arguments in a list... (defun mylist(&rest objects) ob…
(defun length(L)... (labels (length-aux(L)... (cond((endp L) 0)... (t(…
Eql
If exactly the same... >(eql 'a 'a)... t... >(eql '(a) '(a))... nil (beca…
Member
Shows what part of the list that 'b is a member of... >(member '…
Paradigms Midterm
Macros
Programming Languages Types
Imperative
Functional
Translate things into LISP to be executed
1. Imperative... 2. Functional... 3. Logical... 4. Object-Oriented
driven by commands, such as assignments (x = 7)... Side Effects…
Reasoning about code, mathematics... Compiler should be efficie…
Macros
Translate things into LISP to be executed
Programming Languages Types
1. Imperative... 2. Functional... 3. Logical... 4. Object-Oriented
34 terms
Hebrew Paradigms
Qal Perfect
Qal Imperfect
Qal Imperative / Infinitive cs.
Qal Infinitive abs.
Qal Perfect
Qal Imperfect
51 terms
paradigms and theory
William Rush Dunton Jr.
eleanor clarke slage
susan E tracy
thomas B kidner
1889 degrees from haverford, used quilt making as a therapy,…
us social welfare worker... advocate for OT for mentally ill ... jo…
occupation helped to relieve nervous tension and made things…
born in england ... served as one of the founders of the nationa…
William Rush Dunton Jr.
1889 degrees from haverford, used quilt making as a therapy,…
eleanor clarke slage
us social welfare worker... advocate for OT for mentally ill ... jo…
7 terms
Paradigms Chapter 2
Strengths-oriented practice
Risk
Protective Influence
Resilience
assessment of client in terms of talents, capabilities, value…
hazard that increases likelihood of a problem occurring
resource that fosters competence and promotes development - d…
absence of learning/ behavioral problems; mastery of developm…
Strengths-oriented practice
assessment of client in terms of talents, capabilities, value…
Risk
hazard that increases likelihood of a problem occurring
Research Paradigms
Positivist - Ontology (Nature of reali…
Postpositivist - Ontology (Nature of r…
Constructivist - Ontology (Nature of r…
Critical/Feminist - Ontology (Nature o…
Reality is out there to be studied, captured, and understood.
Reality exists but is never fully apprehended, only approxima…
Multiple realities are constructed.
The apprehended world makes a material difference in terms of…
Positivist - Ontology (Nature of reali…
Reality is out there to be studied, captured, and understood.
Postpositivist - Ontology (Nature of r…
Reality exists but is never fully apprehended, only approxima…
182 terms
Paradigms Midterm
Define paradigms (broad term)
what is the difference between profess…
3 elements or components of a paradigm
what are the 3 concentric layers of kn…
a very broad way of understanding and defining the basic natu…
identity- as OT we have to explain what we do... competence- kno…
1.Core Constructs: nature of field's surface, provide underst…
A. Related Knowledge: borrowed from another field (outer laye…
Define paradigms (broad term)
a very broad way of understanding and defining the basic natu…
what is the difference between profess…
identity- as OT we have to explain what we do... competence- kno…
11 terms
Infinitive Paradigms
λύειν
λύεσθαι
λῦσαι
λῦσασθαι
Present Active
Present Middle / Passive
Aorist Active
Aorist Middle
λύειν
Present Active
λύεσθαι
Present Middle / Passive
24 terms
Imperative Paradigms
λῦε
λυέτω
λύετε
λυέτωσαν
Present Active Imperative 2 Singular
Present Active Imperative 3 Singular
Present Active Imperative 2 Plural
Present Active Imperative 3 Plural
λῦε
Present Active Imperative 2 Singular
λυέτω
Present Active Imperative 3 Singular
21 terms
Paradigms Chapter 4
id
ego
superego
ego psychology
innate drives
negotiates between the id & superego - primary concern of ego…
conscience; morals
one step away from Freud's psychoanalytic theory & role of un…
id
innate drives
ego
negotiates between the id & superego - primary concern of ego…
48 terms
Subjunctive Paradigms
λύω
λύῃς
λύῃ
λύωμεν
Present Active Subjunctive 1st Singular
Present Active Subjunctive 2nd Singular
Present Active Subjunctive 3rd Singular
Present Active Subjunctive 1st Plural
λύω
Present Active Subjunctive 1st Singular
λύῃς
Present Active Subjunctive 2nd Singular
13 terms
Educational Paradigms
Critical Theory
ABER
Pragmatism
Contructivism
Purpose of research is to reveal dynamics of power and ideolo…
Raising questions hid by answers... Largely mean linguistic base…
Discusses both theory and practice, equally important... Used 'w…
Consider physical and constructed realities... Favor qualitative…
Critical Theory
Purpose of research is to reveal dynamics of power and ideolo…
ABER
Raising questions hid by answers... Largely mean linguistic base…
36 terms
Paradigms Chapter 5
Effects of early nurturing
Secure attachment
Anxious-Ambivalent attachment
Avoidant attachment
negative experiences in infancy correlate w/ later health pro…
accepting parents ... child can explore environment without fear…
parents unpredictable... child becomes hyper-vigilant & maximize…
parents unavailable... child maintains distance to protect self…
Effects of early nurturing
negative experiences in infancy correlate w/ later health pro…
Secure attachment
accepting parents ... child can explore environment without fear…
25 terms
Latin Paradigms
terra, terrae (land)
servus, servī (servant, slave)
vir, virī (a man)
ager, agrī (field)
First Declension Nouns (Feminine)
Second Declension Masculine Nouns in -us
Second Declension Masculine Nouns in -ir
Second Declension Masculine Nouns in -er without -er in stem
terra, terrae (land)
First Declension Nouns (Feminine)
servus, servī (servant, slave)
Second Declension Masculine Nouns in -us
11 terms
Paradigms and Biological Paradigm
What is a Paradigm
Paradigm of psychopathology
What should a paradigm of psychopathol…
Biological Paradigm
A conceptual framework for understanding/explaining some phen…
a model that explains some aspects of abnormal behavior
identify clearly the abnormal behavior of interest, causes, s…
assumes that the main causes and primary treatments for abnor…
What is a Paradigm
A conceptual framework for understanding/explaining some phen…
Paradigm of psychopathology
a model that explains some aspects of abnormal behavior
53 terms
MIDTERM paradigms
paradigm
genetic paradigms
relationship between genes and environ…
behavioral genetics
perspective or conceptual framework from within which a scien…
heredity plays a role in most behavior ... genes impacted by env…
bidirectional... nature vs. nurture
study of the degree to which genes and environmental factors…
paradigm
perspective or conceptual framework from within which a scien…
genetic paradigms
heredity plays a role in most behavior ... genes impacted by env…
31 terms
Programming Paradigms
1st Generation
2nd Generation
3rd Generation
4th Generation
Machine Code
Assembly Language
Procedural Language
Object Orientated Lsnguage
1st Generation
Machine Code
2nd Generation
Assembly Language
35 terms
Paradigms Exam
Psychodynamic Paradigm includes 5 theo…
Drive Theory
Ego Psychology
Object relations
1) Drive theory... 2) Ego Psychology... 3) Object Relations... 4) Self…
We are motivated by drives of sex and aggression
We are motivated by our desire for mastery and competence
We are motivated by our need for relationships
Psychodynamic Paradigm includes 5 theo…
1) Drive theory... 2) Ego Psychology... 3) Object Relations... 4) Self…
Drive Theory
We are motivated by drives of sex and aggression
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