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Knihy Knihy 14 z 4 na dotaz Each standard and each category valorizes some point of view and silences another.....
" Each standard and each category valorizes some point of view and silences another. This is not inherently a bad thing —indeed it is inescapable. "
Classifying Science: Phenomena, Data, Theory, Method, Practice - Strana 14
autor/autoři: Rick Szostak - 2007 - 288 str.
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The Gold Standard: The Challenge of Evidence-based Medicine and ...

Stefan Timmermans, Marc Berg - 2010 - 280 str.
...decided to locate risk and responsibility. In this sense, as Leigh Star and Geof Bowker point out, "each standard and each category valorizes some point of view and silences another." 10° In the standardized thalidomide distribution system, silencing and valorizing are inevitably tied...
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The New Work of Educational Leaders: Changing Leadership Practice in an Era ...

Peter Gronn - 2003 - 176 str.
...effect of making some dimensions visible is to create a public agenda of admissibility. Thus, 'every standard and each category valorizes some point of view and silences another' (Bowker and Star, 2000, p. 156). Three particular features of the relationship between standards of...
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Managing as Designing

2004 - 298 str.
...instrumental or aesthetic rationality. As Bowker and Star (1999, pp. 5 — 6) note, this is a dangerous thing: Each standard and each category valorizes some point...inherently a bad thing —indeed it is inescapable. But it is an ethical choice, and as such it is dangerous — not bad, but dangerous. Developing a practice...
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Managing to Nurse: Inside Canada's Health Care Reform

Janet M. Rankin, Marie Louise Campbell - 2006 - 222 str.
...classifications may indeed 'make things work like magic' (1999: 9), Bowker and Star point out that 'each standard and each category valorizes some point of view and silences another' (1999: 5). We think it is important to apply that insight to nursing and ask, When nursing is represented...
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