notablity(字面意思是“可提及性”),是一種屬性,指某人或某事值得提及、关注、有名望、有吸引力、重要性或表現卓越。notability也可以指變得有名望、有吸引力、重要性或表現卓越的能力。因爲擔任公職、承擔公共責任、成就,甚至只因與名流有交集而受關注的人,他們都擁有公衆形象(public profile)。 [1]






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