A glossary of terms

Refers to the interconnected nature of social categories such as race, gender, sexuality, and class, and how they overlap and interact with each other in shaping an individual's experiences and opportunities
Involving the integration of multiple academic disciplines or fields of study to address a particular problem or issue
Relating to or involving multiple countries or nations
A concept that refers to the social and cultural spaces that exist outside of the traditional binary of public and private spaces, often associated with hybrid and multicultural environments
Stands for "Death, Divorce, and Disease", three life events that can significantly impact an individual's mental health and well-being
The cost or price charged for a particular service or product, often associated with education or other professional services
The length of time that something lasts, such as a project, event, or program
A technical malfunction or error in a system or device
The simulation of human intelligence in machines that are programmed to think and learn like humans, often used for tasks that would normally require human intelligence, such as problem-solving or decision-making
The specific dates or times when an event or program begins
The financial resources or support provided to an individual, organization, or project
A process by which a recognized authority evaluates and certifies that an institution or program meets certain standards of quality and excellence
Referring to something that exists or is created using computer technology and is not physically present
The process of distributing or sharing information or knowledge with a wider audience
A systematic and scientific investigation of a particular topic or question, often conducted to discover new knowledge or validate existing theories
A period of time when an artist or professional temporarily works or lives in a different location to pursue a particular project or opportunity
A group of people who share common interests, goals, or characteristics, and often interact with and support each other
A philosophical and cultural movement that emerged in the late 20th century, characterized by a rejection of modernist values and an embrace of plurality, fragmentation, and relativism
A term used to describe a contemporary resurgence of postmodern ideas and aesthetics in art, culture, and society
Referring to any form of visual media that involves motion or animation, such as film, video, or animation
The ability to analyze, evaluate, and synthesize information to form reasoned judgments or conclusions
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