But what gave immediacy
to my decision to move on was a trick John Barleycorn played me--a monstrous, incredible trick that showed abysses of intoxication hitherto undreamed.
He disliked all Gringos, but this Gringo he hated with an immediacy
that was unusual even in him.
As he took her program and skirmished and joked after the way of young men, she realized the immediacy
of delight she had taken in him.
His nerves carried messages more quickly than theirs; his mental processes, culminating in acts of will, were quicker than theirs; his muscles themselves, by some immediacy
of chemistry, obeyed the messages of his will quicker than theirs.
We might provisionally, though perhaps not quite correctly, define "memory" as that way of knowing about the past which has no analogue in our knowledge of the future; such a definition would at least serve to mark the problem with which we are concerned, though some expectations may deserve to rank with memory as regards immediacy
He infected Smallways with a sense of the immediacy
of this battle that was going on just over the curve of the earth.
In doing so it uses the distinction between immediacy
and hypermediacy--two types of representations based on the transparency of the medium.
1) Social psychologist, Albert Mehrabian, is recognized for defining the concept of immediacy
which states "people are drawn toward persons and things they like, evaluate highly, and prefer; and they avoid or move away from things they dislike, evaluate negatively, or do not prefer.
It pierces the Based on the real relationship of Made In China's founders Tim Cowbury and Jess Latowicki, it pierces the heart of intimacy and immediacy
and defies you to watch in spite of yourself.
To argue my point about the wisdom of love, I will investigate what Kierkegaard calls "true faith" or religiousness B and show how it is understood as a second immediacy
in relation to God and how, as such, it can clarify what Kierkegaard takes to be the Christian call to love one's neighbor, especially as manifested in action, in "works of love.
This work further develops scholarly attention to immediacy
while also contributing to research on technological adoption in newsrooms.
Lastly, teacher immediacy
has been identified as a characteristic possessed by many effective teachers (Andersen, 1979; Crump, 1996; Moore, Masterson, Christophel, & Shea, 1996).