apathy


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Langton said: "What we have among Arsenal fans is a huge dose of apathy.
He listened to me intently and asked me for concrete evidence why I thought I was descending into apathy.
While the actions of the few somewhat help in counterbalancing the apathy of the many, the scales never really tip in their favor.
Some sources support distinct diagnoses, while the traditional position is that DDM are variations along a spectrum, with apathy as the mildest form and akinetic mutism as the most severe form (Figure, page 12).
Summary: Godda (Jharkhand) [India], December 8 (ANI): Another incident of apathy towards the poor has come to the fore, where a father was forced to carry the body of his daughter on a motorcycle after the district hospital in Jharkhand's Godda district did not provide him with an ambulance.
They alleged that Imran Khan was busy in his own politics which showed his apathy towards the patients of dengue.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Forum is an exercise of war against apathy and indifference.
READER GM's claim that voter apathy is the reason for the Tory surge in the local government elections couldn't be more wrong.
Yes, auto-enrolment has successfully managed to get more people saving into a workplace pension, by using people's tendency towards apathy to discourage them from opting out.
Apathy from fans of a club the mentioning of whose name conjured up grainy images of shipyard workers, collierymen; proud men; of Beardsley, Gazza, Shearer.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 1, 2015-Study finds poor customer service result of agent apathy