thinkpiece


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thinkpiece

(ˈθɪŋkˌpiːs)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) a newspaper or magazine article expressing the writer's thoughts or opinions about a particular matter
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Too Bad the Internet Turned It into a Piping-Hot Thinkpiece." Slate.com, 11 Dec.
Having not made the final of the competition in his last six attempts, there have already been many a thinkpiece on why Guardiola has lost his touch in the competition, with critics sniping that Lionel Messi was in fact what set the Barcelona teams of 2009 and 2011 apart.
(1.) An earlier version of this paper appeared originally as a "thinkpiece" for Big Ideas initiative of Friends of the Earth, and as a working paper for the STEPS Centre (Smith & Stirling, 2016).
[1.] Scottish Executive Social Research: Quality of life and Well-being: Measuring the benefits of culture and sport: Literature review and thinkpiece [Internet]: Research, Edinburgh 2005, ss.
But when I published the thinkpiece on my Facebook page, which by the way has an impressive grand total of 250 likes, what followed was a co-ordinated attack by people it is safe to assume are Corbyn fans.
London's Olympic Legacy: A "Thinkpiece" report prepared for the OECD and Department for Communities and Local Government.
(2013) 'Can citizens or consumers make a new moral world?' Thinkpiece No.
The authors of the thinkpiece papers include: Prof Phil McCann of the University of Groningen on the North East in a Global Economy; Prof Iain Docherty of Glasgow University on Transport; Chris Pywell of the Centre for Industrial Growth on Innovation; Prof Susan Christopherson of Cornell University on Opportunities to Grow Business; Charles Seaford of the New Economics Foundation on Social Enterprise; Prof Henry Overman of the London School of Economics on Land Markets; and Prof Linda McDowell of Oxford University on Skills and Labour Markets.
In a joint statement by The Publishers Association, the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers, and the International Association of Scientific, Technical and Medical Publishers, the report was criticized as "a thinkpiece resting on a number of assumptions mostly derived from the authors' own estimates applied to a theoretical model of the scholarly communication system." The statement rejects the cost-saving claims as unproven and notes that no publishing trade associations or major publishers were consulted in advance of publication.
This book is not a scholarly work, but an essay, a thinkpiece. Kelly's skillful translation captures its concise, lucid French, and its use of irony and paradox in dazzling turns of phrase.
Thinkpiece: Before I close, let me step on my soapbox for a few moments to discuss an issue that KWN and I think is vital to all of us who enjoy classical music.