expertism

expertism

(ˈɛkspɜːˌtɪzəm)
n
the quality of being an expert

expertism

the characteristic of being an expert.
See also: Knowledge
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The litterateur may lull a reader into forgetfulness of self; expertism intimidates him into thinking his own mind cannot compare with that of the professional expert.
Kakistocrats view faculty members as laborers to be paid based on the "division of labor" with manual hourly paid wages instead of being considered based on "division of expertism and academic investors and profit sharing."
Individualized Media Use, Expertism, and Processes of Reintegration
Jimmy Carter, who preferred to talk about efficiency, expertism, and public policy rather than bravery and heroism, nonetheless found himself presiding over one of the defining moments in the history of the new heroism: the presentation of the Congressional Medal of Honor to Captain Matt Urban, a decorated veteran of the Second World War who had been overlooked for the prestigious award because of "misplaced records" and lost paperwork.
It is important that we refute our growing culture of expertism and, instead, become our own experts, refusing to unquestioningly accept information that is fed to us without first checking into its origin and who it is designed to benefit.
This 'expertism' at the core of the western hospital based-system was seen as a major driver of disease through its negative effect on the dissemination of basic healthcare knowledge.
Technocratic refers to broad systems of administrative control that sustain institutional currency and power through an association to scientific expertism by claiming rationalized, effective and efficient manipulation of modern life even while claiming an allegiance to democratic activity (Bowers, 1988; Feenberg, 1999).
One of the more curious phenomena of the online world is "Internet expertism."
Recent literature on action learning, ethnographic research, hermeneutic inquiry, and grounded research point towards a new kind of research marked by the demise of expertism, greater participativeness, consciousness of researcher hubris, potential benefits of researcher reflexiveness, and ultimately, transformation of consciousness of the researcher and the researched.
To offset creeping expertism, the public must be able to stand its ground against the experts better than it is doing now.
As a result, decisions increasingly have been placed in the hands of the informed few -- a phenomenon Yankelovich calls "creeping expertism."
Sometimes, values of life go up and sometimes go down; depends on the predictions of both volatility and appreciation of the utility of expertism, specialization, and manual work wages: (1) descent wage, (2) living wage, and (3) slavery wage.

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