gatekeeping


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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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Likewise, it seeks to encourage the protection of children and society by instituting gatekeeping mechanisms at the DFA and the BI in checking the background and derogatory criminal records through shared relevant information and data on child sex offenders and preventing their ingress.
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced settled charges against Bank of America's Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith for its "failure to perform required gatekeeping functions in the unregistered sales of securities on behalf of a China-based issuer and its affiliates.
The "LBChain" initiative will see the Bank of Lithuania set up a dedicated platform around the tech, through which companies can develop services (though these would be subject to some gatekeeping by central bank officials).
Gatekeeping is broadly defined as a system where PCPs or general practitioners act as primary contact persons, while patients need their "gatekeeper's" referral in order to access most specialist care.
The Bureau of Immigration is beefing up its gatekeeping capabilities with the integration of its databases with those of other government agencies and the Interpol.
Related to the importance of gatekeeping and the trust this generates is the focus on establishing multidisciplinary relationships.
Inside Graduate Admissions: Merit, Diversity, and Faculty Gatekeeping
And it may, therefore, prove particularly important to see that judges fulfill their Daubert gatekeeping function, so that they help assure that the powerful engine of tort liability, which can generate strong financial incentives to reduce, or to eliminate, production, points to the right substances and does not destroy the wrong ones.
Courts need to exercise their gatekeeping authority to prevent excessive damages claims from reaching juries.
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.
Keywords: counselor educator, competency, impairment, gatekeeping
And the very idea of gatekeeping, of discrimination between good and bad, worthy and unworthy, has taken a beating in the digital age.