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This is the most widely accepted theory explaining the development of burnout in the scientific community, but authors such as Golembiewski (1993) establish that cynicism precedes inefficacy, and inefficacy leads to exhaustion; others, such as Gil-Monte (2005) suggest that exhaustion and inefficacy have a direct effect on cynicism.
In addition to articulating counteraction theory and technology-specific regulatory inefficacy as theoretical possibilities, this Article examines the actual restrictions on patent-eligibility in two intangible technologies that are on the front lines of the ongoing battles over patent-eligible subject matter: diagnostic inferences and software.
If properly designed, laws and organizations will not falter even when individuals are lulled into complacency by psychic numbing and a sense of inefficacy.
On the other hand, children's diseases are associated with the contemporary economic and social context: referencing poverty, economic differentiation and medical inefficacy, but also mistrust within and outside the compound.
In face of the inefficacy of tools attempting to block malicious infections, enSilo approaches cyber-security differently by assuming that infiltration is inevitable.
When a state spending system is plagued by inefficacy and corruption, where the state can offer little in return to the informal economy, tax submission will never be voluntary.
Rahimi also referred to Mina tragedy last year during which thousands of people were killed due to crush, and said Islamic countries should enter into the process of managing Hajj because of weakness and inefficacy of Saudi Arabia in providing interests of Muslims.
Previous research3 referred to burnout as a three- dimensional psychological syndrome comprising emotional exhaustion, inefficacy and depersonalisation.
already on psychotropic drugs and a growing awareness of the harm and inefficacy of these drugs, protesters feared the label "treatment resistant" would be applied to thousands of children to justify giving them electroshock.
These types of schemes would lead only inefficacy in the implementation process because study observes there is no mechanism so far for providing a matching subsidy or connection to the poor.
Similarly, when the need for assistance was described as part of a large-scale relief effort, potential donors would experience a demotivating sense of inefficacy arising from the thought that the help they could provide was but "a drop in the bucket".
While Standing's portrait of precarious workplaces is accurate, and Geoghegan's discouragement with the inefficacy of labor-law enforcement is entirely understandable, there is growing evidence of hopeful change.