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civic

adjective civicus, civil, common, communal, community, government, governmental, juridical, lawful, legal, metropolitan, municipal, neighborhood, political, public, regulatory, town, urban
Associated concepts: civic affairs, civic enterprise, civic orranizations
See also: civil, local, political, public
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Given the relationships Gallup finds between religiosity and wellbeing, it's not too surprising that adults who say religion is an important part of their daily life are more likely to be civically engaged than those who say it is not.
Lastly, neighborhoods with churches that were civically engaged had lower rates of burglary and larceny.
Penny Meyer, a Van Nuys Neighborhood Council member, said Adri is one of several business leaders in the area who are civically engaged.
Ladd 1973) The conclusion to which Ladd's statement points is that there can not be an objective or absolute material common principle to have different individuals or groups civically engage with.
It was unusual because in journalism, we mostly cover education from the outside looking in, which civically is a disservice to readers.
Located directly opposite Newbern Mercantile, the ubiquitous local store, the site could not be more civically prominent.
Reflection assignments were designed to encourage students to think about the diverse ways in which psychology could be used in becoming civically engaged.
He also wants to look at the link between extra-curricular activities in general and civic engagement, and to see whether there is a correlation between participation in certain types of activities, such as school paper, student government, band, cheerleading and sports, and being more civically active.
Eisner suggests adopting a comprehensive approach to learning, one that recognizes that successful young people are knowledgeable, emotionally and physically healthy, motivated, civically inspired, engaged in the arts, prepared for economic self-sufficiency, and ready for a world beyond their own borders.
Accordingly, inSite_05 organizers substantially expanded the usual program of newly commissioned public works and performances, collectively dubbed "Interventions," which here runs a gamut from Thomas Glassford and Jose Parral's relatively straightforward, civically minded landscaping of a stretch of choice beachfront land (La esquina/Jardines de playas de Tijuana [The Corner/Gardens on the Beaches of Tijuana]) to Javier Tellez's broadly satirical depiction of the border jumper as a human cannonball (One Flew Over the Void [Bala perdida]).