discreetness


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One can, in this sense, see a typology of method and models where authority and discreetness gain prominence through appeals to natural order (the classical period), general equilibrium (the neoclassical period), and formalism (the post-WWII period).
Perceptions of interactive justice result from supervisor trust-building behaviors such as "availably, competence, consistency, discreetness, fairness, integrity, loyalty, openness, promise fulfillment, receptivity, and overall trust" (Deluga, 1994: 317).
For most interview participants (7 out of 10), the discreetness of the local licensed brothels had resulted in the belief that legalisation had created a clean and regularly monitored sex industry.
McNutt says people were attracted to the product's natural beauty and discreetness.
Most important, all three possess the vital ingredient of discreetness, thereby ensuring that all information remains confidential.
The discreetness in publishing news about events in the Baltic States was justified with the claim that events taking place in the Baltic states were unimportant compared to those occurring it the West.
Depending on the scale and the income levels targeted, this may range from developing 'entirely new social spaces and in some instances landscapes of wealth' (Bourne 1993: 1303), to creating small pockets of middle-income 'ready-made gentrification' (the expression is that of Caulfield 1994: 83) scattered within existing low-or modest-income neighbourhoods, their architectural styles blending with varying discreetness into the existing streetscape (see Figs.
The dialogue is made with citizens, with the people itself, not with administrations, using the discreetness that the Internet provides.
Additionally, the device lays completely flat adding to its discreetness.
First, regardless of official proclamations about cases' discreetness, the past's irrelevance, and pragmatism's ascendance, U.
There was even a period when some basically conservative individuals in Western universities felt beleaguered on a range of issues, both internal and external to university life--and behaved as if discreetness was the better part of valor.