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gatekeeping

(ˈɡeɪtˌkiːpɪŋ)
n
1. the work of a gatekeeper
2. the practice of controlling access to information, advanced levels of study, elite sections of society, etc
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He underscored the role of media gatekeeping, a process through which information is filtered for dissemination, publication or broadcasting, in order to verify that the media discourse suits the moral values of the society, and prevent any irresponsible practices or misinformation.
The ICS spokesman said that a society where irresponsible live broadcasts had become a routine matter and the institution of media gatekeeping was a missing a link, there implementation of strict media laws becomes unavoidable.
Gatekeeping theory and applications of gatekeeping to the media constitute a venerable communication studies tradition, dating to the late 1940s (for the theory) and early 1950s (for the application to communication).
The first step to delivering the opportunity of AP to students is providing access by ensuring courses are available, that gatekeeping stops, and that the doors are equitably opened so these students can participate.
The government will try to create an impression that we have a lot of room to discuss how candidates of different persuasions can enter the race, but the nominating committee will still do the gatekeeping," added political analyst Ma Ngok.
Keywords', father involvement, cultural construction, content analysis, social problems, gatekeeping, norms
State regulatory agencies are fulfilling their gatekeeping responsibility on the proposed Northwest coal export terminals.
Supreme Court and its progeny, Joiner and Kumho Tire, which reemphasized the need for judicial scrutiny of the factual foundation of expert testimony, not merely the expert's methodology and framework, ACA stated that that the circuit courts are sharply divided over the trial court's gatekeeping responsibility when confronted with expert testimony premised on unreliable facts, despite the very clear aforementioned rulings.
GATEKEEPING MELUNGEON HERITAGE: EXPERIENCES WITH GENETIC GENEALOGISTS, AND HOW THEY SHAPE AND DETERMINE IDENTITY, J.
The court of appeals noted that although federal courts have applied the gatekeeping function for scientific testimony set out in Daubert v.
AGENCY GATEKEEPING IN ACTION: REIMAGINING JOB DISCRIMINATION
There needs to be gatekeeping when It comes to compliance to ensure the entity or individuals are not exposed to certain risks.