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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The charity claims Glasgow is "gatekeeping" by denying homeless people's rights to accommodation.
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 15, 2019-: SEC Charges Broker-Dealer with Violations of Gatekeeping Provisions Aimed at Protecting Investors
It is now clear that in today's handling of media gatekeeping at various levels of management and the editorial has improved; that is why many corruption stories are reported.
This gatekeeping work is important in protecting consumers, market integrity and mitigating financial stability risks.
Sci-fi fans will love reading about the important role of gatekeeping, and the powers behind the safeguarding of our world against evil intrusion.
'I think it's just political gatekeeping you are fearful that these youths will make the wrong choice,' he said.
Mr Mengwe said through gatekeeping, they intended to ensure their profession was further developed.
Its just opened "Digital Disruption" exhibition offers a timely and succinct account of how such platforms as Google and Twitter upended traditional media gatekeeping and enabled new voices and perspectives to engage broader audiences.
The analysis, from Professor Sir Mike Richards and the health think tank, states that some studies suggest that 'the gatekeeping model where GPs mostly give patients access to diagnostics and hospital care, may deter patients from seeking advice."
Their topics include teaching; advising and mentoring in counselor education; admissions and gatekeeping processes; adjunct, part-time faculty, and nontenured positions in counselor education; administration (program coordinator, department chair, associate dean, or dean) in counselor education; professional leadership at the state, regional, national, and international levels; and collegiality and wellness.
The study--done with relatively affluent, highly educated dual-earner couples--is the first to show how fathers' parenting quality might be affected by "maternal gatekeeping," the term used to describe the behaviors and attitudes of mothers who may support or limit father involvement in child rearing.