The arts of criticism-- giving and taking

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Published by Kantola Productions in Mill Valley, CA .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Criticism, Personal.,
  • Communication in personnel management.,
  • Employees -- Rating of.,
  • Interpersonal relations.,
  • Behavior modification -- Programmed instruction.,
  • Defensiveness (Psychology).,
  • Avoidance (Psychology).

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The program uses dramatized supervisor-employee discussions to demonstrate how to give criticism effectively by avoiding the personal aspects and focussing on goals and areas of agreement and how to avoid the usual fight or flight reactions when receiving criticism.

Edition Notes

Study guide authored by Jean Lebedun.

Book details

ContributionsLebedun, Jean, 1943-, Kantola Productions (Firm)
The Physical Object
FormatVideorecording
Pagination1 videocassette (VHS) (21 min.)
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19310105M

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•Be assertive rather than aggressive or passive. •Strengthen relationships through constructive rather than destructive criticism. One of the earliest recorded ‘art critics’ was British artist Jonathan Richardson the Elder. He wrote a number of books in the s which featured the term ‘art criticism’ and which set out a method for assessing the quality of a painting.

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At some point in this arts world so dependant on reviews and opinions, you will encounter a customer or audience member – maybe even a. One of the best feelings in the world is positive energy is contagious. With just one act of kindness, you can inspire others to go out and plant seeds of happiness through giving, too.

The National Endowment for the Arts is an independent federal agency that funds, promotes, and strengthens the creative capacity of our communities by providing all Americans with diverse opportunities for arts participation.

With the annual shows giving journalists and other writers a chance to take the yearly measure of artists, the first faint currents of what passed for art criticism began to emerge.

Take a step back and try to see things from the other person’s point of view, perhaps ask a friend for their honest opinion – use criticism wisely and as a learning experience. See if it is possible to learn a little about how others perceive you, you may be able to use criticism to improve your interpersonal skills.

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The Delicate Art of Giving Feedback. by ; Robert C. Pozen Leer en español. To be an effective manager, you need to be skilled at giving out both praise and criticism. While praise is. In ordinary literary criticism—the kind that splits the difference between art and science—there is a give-and-take between the general and the particular.

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The contemporary art critic cannot say with certainty whether something is good or bad. What good criticism does today is to help the public “see” the artwork.

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Robert C. Morgan is a non-objective painter who lectures on art and writes art criticism. Inhe was given an overview of his career as an artist at Proyectos Monclova in Mexico City. Known primarily for his writing and curatorial projects, Morgan has published numerous books and catalogues internationally, now translated into 20 languages.

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