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Monitor

To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information.
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A new standard of news quality: Burglar alarms for the monitorial citizen.
(44) Un trabajo sobre la forma como fue recibido este metodo en Colombia e Hispanoamerica durante la primera mitad del siglo XIX es: Eugenia Roldan Vera, "Order in the Classroom: The Spanish American Appropriation of the Monitorial System of Education", Paedagogica Historica, 41: 6, 2005, 655-675
Esto es consistente con una dinamica en la que los consumidores de noticias oscilan entre la "ciudadania monitorial" y el modelo de informacion completa.
The goal of this Essay is to chart a thoughtful path toward a twenty-first century transparency regime that takes advantage of the strengths of both open data's collaborative and innovation-centric approach and the adversarial and monitorial tactics of freedom of information regimes.
Why would the subjects of monitorial scrutiny not simply communicate with each other and with the public directly, avoiding all dealings with news reporters?
The Bell System, also known as the Lancastrian Method and Monitorial Method, was an educational innovation credited to Andrew Bell and Joseph Lancaster.
(219.) See John Zaller, A New Standard of News Quality: Burglar Alarm for the Monitorial Citizen, 20 POL.
Jose Maria Luis Mora, 1996; ROLDAN VERA, Eugenia, "he Monitorial System of Education and Civic Culture in Early Independent Mexico", en Paedagogica Historica, 35: 2, 1999, pp.
"The president acknowledges the importance of the media role during such situation and I agree with him that the media should be collaborative and facilitative, monitorial and also play the watchdog part," Bak quoted president Kiir as saying.
"Joseph Lancaster's Monitorial System of Instruction and American Indian Education, 1815-1838." History of Education Quarterly, XXI (Winter): 395-410.
En suma, el gobierno abierto, usando las ultimas tecnologias, sobre todo la Web 2.0, permite a los ciudadanos no ya acceder a la informacion que el gobierno provee a traves de sus paginas Web, sino convertir a los ciudadanos en autenticos auditores desde el sofa y pasar de un ciudadano pasivo y consumidor de contenidos gubernamentales a un monitorial citizen, que controla, escanea y sanciona, en su caso, al gobierno incumplidor (Vanhommering y Karre, 2012).

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