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" Becker and his colleagues (1961:34) define a perspective as a coordinated set of ideas and actions a person uses in dealing with some problematic situation, to refer to a person's ordinary way of thinking and feeling about and acting in such a situation. "
Making the Grade: The Academic Side of College Life - Page 6
by Howard Saul Becker, Everett Cherrington Hughes - 1995 - 150 pages
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Boys in White: Student Culture in Medical School

Howard Saul Becker - Social Science - 2002 - 456 pages
...co-ordinated set of ideas and actions a person uses in dealing with some problematic situation, to refer to a person's ordinary way of thinking and feeling about and acting in such a situation.3 These thoughts and actions are co-ordinated in the sense that the actions flow reasonably,...
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Elementary Schooling for Critical Democracy

Jesse Goodman, Jeff Kuzmic, Xiaoyang Wu - Education - 1992 - 211 pages
...coordinated set of ideas and actions a person uses in dealing with some problematic situation, to refer to a person's ordinary way of thinking and feeling about...that the actions flow reasonably, from the actor's point of view, from the ideas contained in the perspective. Similarly, the ideas can be seen by an...
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Teacher Learning in Language Teaching

Donald Freeman, Jack C. Richards - Education - 1996 - 388 pages
...set of ideas and actions [which] a person uses in dealing with some problematic situations. ... It is a person's ordinary way of thinking and feeling about and acting in such a situation" (p. 34). They referred to earlier work 224 by Shibutani (1955), who defined perspective as "an ordered...
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Anthropological Approaches to Psychological Medicine: Crossing Bridges

Vieda Skultans, John Lee Cox - Medical - 2000 - 303 pages
...'co-ordinated set of ideas and actions a person uses in dealing with some problematic situation, to refer to a person's ordinary way of thinking and feeling about and acting in such a situation'. Perspectives, then, are situationally specific; they have an active or practical as well as a cognitive...
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State Schooling and Ethnic Identity: The Politics of a Tibetan Neidi ...

Zhiyong Zhu - Education - 2007 - 357 pages
...Tibetan students, in addition to my observations on the street. I use the term "perspective" to refer to "a person's ordinary way of thinking and feeling about and acting" in a context, with the perspectives also assisting in "defining the context, and identifying and locating...
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