lamish

lamish

(ˈleɪmɪʃ)
adj
informal rather lame
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Many countries have media literacy and media education as part of either basic skills, language or arts subjects or as smaller electives in their curriculum (Carlsson, 2008; Lavender, Tufte, & Lamish, 2003).
Lamish et al., "Cross-modal neuroplasticity in neonatally enucleated hamsters: structure, electrophysiology and behaviour," European Journal of Neuroscience, vol.
The findings of studies conducted on the influence of children's literature (David, 2006), children's poetry (Shachar, 2005), and media on stereotypic, sex-role attitudes of young children support the assumption that gender-biased media and literature designated for young children (Lamish, 2002) not only reflect, but also shape, social-cultural norms (Tidhar, 2000).
These variables were gathered from the existing literature on the subject examined (Coakley, 2009; Lamish, 1998; Weiman, 2000, Bernstein, 2002).
For the Piaseczna Rebbe, Kalonymus Lamish Shapira, Jewish identity per se wasn't all that complex; his concern was the growing unwillingness of young Jews to fulfill their responsibilities to their people and to their God.