extensionist

extensionist

(ɪkˈstɛnʃənɪst)
n
a person who supports or advocates extension
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This creates a relatively stable network of actors, where the extensionist is especially important, because they are able to cross the border between networks and communities of practice, for example, the articulation that can exist between agricultural extensions services to small producers either public or private with input suppliers (Klerkx & Jansen, 2010).
The additional element is the 'extensionist' framework whereby one meaning (kin-type) of a kin term is a core element and other kintypes are extensions.
This finding was based on the project extensionist experience (referred to in the previous section) coordinated by Brazilian university Universidade Federal do Espirito Santo.
For instance, one of the local farmers' group leaders (in site 3) described the situation when an extensionist had left the village after his one-time visit to provide the incentives as: "We felt like chicks left by the mother, so we all went our own way".
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He traces the three waves of colonial or Orientalist approach, post-liberation or extensionist approach, and what he calls the NGOification approach.
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Stambler is himself an enthusiastic life extensionist. He was on the organizing committee of this conference.
Concerning this aspect of perceived moral legitimacy, D'Amato and Chopra observe that, factually, the "extensionist" feature of this process is consonant with a global historical process which has seen the continuous widening of the circle of rights holders, with a progression in ascribing fundamental protection to formerly defenceless beings.
We shall consider three possible substitutes for the standard cardinal aggregation rule: the extensionist program, the value-density approach, and the hyperreal framework.