transmissional

transmissional

(trænzˈmɪʃənəl)
adj
possessing the quality of transmitting or being transmitted
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He also speculates that the Sunna terms are the oldest stratum of transmissional praxis and date back to the time of the Prophet and Companions.
The goal of the quantitative measure was to find out who demonstrated a transmissional, or reproductive, writing conception, and who demonstrated a transactional, or epistemic, writing conception (where writing is used in a recursive process of knowledge construction; White & Bruning, 2005).
A transmissional view of communication informs the current research (Fairhurst and Connaughton, 2014).
Estas visoes acerca da comunicacao influenciaram um cabedal de pensadores brasileiros e escolas posteriores, que apesar de desenvolverem pesquisas proprias, ainda assim acabaram partindo da mesma premissa; qual seja, de pensar a comunicacao como um discurso linear, transmissional, no qual um emissor passaria a mensagem a um receptor ou a varios receptores.
Rosenstiel & Mitchell, 2012: 3) The Pew report, sub-titled 'Obama leads but neither candidate engages in much dialogue with voters', also noted that party campaign websites remained primarily one-way transmissional in nature.
In an experimental infestation technique, cross- transmissional study of Hypoderma lineatum from cattle to domestic goats was conducted in which the appearance of antibodies on ELISA suggested that some larvae survived enough to initiate a humoral immune response (Colwell et al.
In Mexico, and especially at the University of Guanajuato, EFL learners are used to experiencing hegemonic, transmissional instruction from their teacher, and experiencing such a new modality they may feel like they are not learning, as this shift of power within the immediate learning environment inevitably challenges their previous EFL learning experiences.
Mass Media and its impact: According to Om Gupta, the Transmissional Model of Shannon and Weaver describes mass media as sources of communication which happens through transmitting a message by the sender and it's receiving by the receiver.
Mas, embora todos parecessem compreender que o acesso e a participacao no ambiente virtual era condicao necessaria para a troca de conhecimentos e informacoes, a participacao interativa, a comunicacao, com o necessario envolvimento de todos, a superacao do modelo tradicional de educacao a distancia de cunho transmissional, dominante na sociedade, foi um desafio.
The model is predicated on a transmissional perspective which views the leadership communication process as a linear relationship between the leader and everyone else.
Due to this principle, which completely avoids any electrical transmissional means, the gauge displays an extremely large long-term stability, and infallible performance under hard outdoor conditions.
As an actualised historical occurrence the atomic testing at Yucca Flats had both a local and temporally-specific validity as well as a virtual dimension, given that radiation (with its 10 000 year shelf-life) has the transmissional and chemical capacity to reactualise the catastrophic event over and over again for years to come.