Situation is a concept relating to a position (location) or a set of circumstances.
It also may refer to:
- Situation (song), a 1982 song by British new wave band Yazoo
- Situation (album), a 2007 album by Canadian musician Buck 65
- Situation comedy, a type of television show
- The Situation (TV personality), nickname of American reality TV personality Michael Sorrentino
- Situation (Sartre), a concept by Jean-Paul Sartre
- Situation report
Situated may refer to situated cognition
Situationism may refer to:
- The ideas of Situationist International, an international political and artistic movement of the 1960s
- Situationism (psychology), which holds that personality is more influenced by external factors than by internal traits or motivations
- In Situational ethics, the idea in ethics that the morality of an act is a function of the state of the system when it occurs
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Other articles related to "situation":
... to their very existence." Declaration of the Central Committee on the situation in the Soviet Baltic republics, August 26 On August 26, 1989, a pronouncement from the Central Committee of the ... The workers and peasants were called on to save the situation and defend Soviet ideals ... of aggression and asked for an international commission to be sent to monitor the situation ...
... In the first situation, the car is moving and the pressure of one of the tires moves from 45 psi (pound per square inch) to 41 psi over 15 minutes ... The car's Event Processor may detect a situation whereby a loss of tire pressure over a relatively long period of time results in the creation of the "lossOfTirePressure" event ... In the second situation, the car is moving and the pressure of one of the tires drops from 45 psi to 20 psi in 5 seconds ...
... Situation analysis is a method managers use to analyze both the internal and external environments of an organization in order to understand the firm’s own capabilities, customers and business ... by the American Marketing Association, a situation analysis is "the systematic collection and study of past and present data to identify trends, forces, and conditions with the ... The situation analysis is the second step in the marketing plan and is a critical step in establishing a long term relationship with customers ...
... Proverb) and distinct meanings of "go" and "tough." In context, "the going" means "the situation," "gets tough" means "becomes difficult," "the tough" means "people who are strong ...
... When looking at the modern situation, Vesely finds that the problem is generally structured on the basis of an ontological difference that is intrinsic to ... out to a deeper problem when dealing with situation, which is related to our ability to become situated on provisional grounds, even when lacking a fundamental 'ground' of spatial or temporal reference ... Vesely elaborates on situation and the phenomenon of being situated as an example of how we contextualize spatial knowledge and on which basis and on how a particular point of reference allows us to situate ...
Famous quotes containing the word situation:
“Much poetry seems to be aware of its situation in time and of its relation to the metronome, the clock, and the calendar. ... The season or month is there to be felt; the day is there to be seized. Poems beginning When are much more numerous than those beginning Where of If. As the meter is running, the recurrent message tapped out by the passing of measured time is mortality.”
—William Harmon (b. 1938)
“Our chaotic economic situation has convinced so many of our young people that there is no room for them. They become uncertain and restless and morbid; they grab at false promises, embrace false gods and judge things by treacherous values. Their insecurity makes them believe that tomorrow doesnt matter and the ineffectualness of their lives makes them deny the ideals which we of an older generation acknowledged.”
—Hortense Odlum (1892?)
“The press is no substitute for institutions. It is like the beam of a searchlight that moves restlessly about, bringing one episode and then another out of darkness into vision. Men cannot do the work of the world by this light alone. They cannot govern society by episodes, incidents, and eruptions. It is only when they work by a steady light of their own, that the press, when it is turned upon them, reveals a situation intelligible enough for a popular decision.”
—Walter Lippmann (18891974)