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- n. An area of academic concentration; a discipline.
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- n. a branch of knowledge
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According to a field of study called reactance theory, writes Dr. Cialdini, Whenever free choice is limited or threatened, the need to retain our freedoms makes us desire them as well as the goods and services associated with them significantly more than previously.
Two entomologists named Don Nafus and Ilse Schreiner work here, elbow to elbow amid the disorder, a pair of focused and unpretentious scientists whose passion for their own field of study seems almost infectious.
His favourlte field of study was Eastern and patristic theology.
Deutschmann and Danielson were two of the first individuals to earn Ph.D. degrees in communication study, both from Stanford University under Wilbur Schramm, who pioneered this new field of study Rogers, 1994.
Human communication as a scientific field of study was not fully appreciated until an influential book, The Mathematical Theory of Communication by Claude E.
Down on hands and knees admiring the subtlety of the moths that sat quivering in their beauty like nervous ballerinas, or marched and sprang about on impulse, unhinged by the sudden glare, I began to realize what a rich field of study they present: over 1,600 species of the larger British moths, and over 200 species of the smaller pyralids.