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acritical

(eɪˈkrɪtɪkəl)
adj
showing no indication of crisis
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.acritical - without a crisis (as of some diseases)
noncritical, noncrucial - not in a state of crisis or emergency
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She said that only those nations progress which hold their teachers in high esteem as educators and had acritical role in the character building of students after the parents.
As studentsof CLPP's JD programme, we are able to benefit from a wide range ofapplied activities that complement our theoretical knowledge and form acritical component of our learning experience.
ACRITICAL report into the state of Wales' national museums has been published.
In short, it was a proposal in line with the spirit of public health, despite limitations such as the acritical coexistence between specialist biomedical knowledge and popular knowledge and social struggles for the definition of health needs and priorities.
Acritical theme in terms of the development agenda in Africa is financial inclusion, this means increasing the proportion of poorer people (including those who live in rural areas) who have access to financial services, for example basic savings products, credit and insurance.
For Serres, the television is a onesided, parasitic (18) form of communication in which no real exchange is taking place between the machine and viewer that Serres describes as an unreflective, acritical automaton passively internalizing consumerist simulacra.
This largely acritical approach takes for granted the reorientation of EE toward EfS in New Zealand policy settings, being largely supportive.
Although the number of disciplines offered is mostly acceptable, it is noticeable that the profile of the teaching remains based on the exposition, more or less acritical, of different theories, without any discussion regarding the role of theory in IR and its use as an important tool in research.
On the other hand, it also means the acritical acceptance and imposition of a certain pattern of political and economic behavior deemed successful in promoting human welfare and wellbeing.
ACRITICAL question today is how we go about choosing what history to teach in our schools.
Oil prices remain acritical component of any economic conversation, but to a lesser degree than before I think.