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propinquity

(Kinship), noun affiliation, affinity, alliance, association, bond, close association, common ancestry, connection, consanguinity, family connection, filiation, kindred, link, nearness of blood, nearress of relation, relationship, tie

propinquity

(Proximity), noun adjacency, apposition, closeness, contiguity, juxtaposition, nearness, vicinage

propinquity

(Similarity), noun accord, affinity, affinnty of nature, alikeness, comparison, compatibility, concert, concord, congeniality, correspondence, equivalence, homogeneity, likeness, parallelism, proximity, semblance, similitude, synonymity, unity
See also: blood, connection, corollary, kinship, relation, vicinity

PROPINQUITY. Kindred; parentage. Vide. Affinity; Consanguinity; Next of kin.

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It can be defined as a particular type of communication taking place between highly involved equals and characterized by mutuality, reciprocity, propinquity, empathy, risk, and commitment, as well as by an open-ended outcome (for further explanation, see Kent & Taylor, 2002; Lane, 2014).
While replication may be challenging, this article aims to deconstruct the social media process involved in the ALS Ice-Bucket Challenge using the dialogic component of propinquity to suggest an alternative approach to public relations social media practice.
PROPINQUITY EFFECT: According to Rowland Miller, Propinquity Effect is defined as "the likelihood/chances of a friendship or a romantic relationship blossoming is directly proportional to the amount of visual and verbal interactions between the two people".
The first mechanism is propinquity (Kadushin, 2011), which suggests that spatial proximity can lead to social proximity.
Thompson famously wrote, and "it was in the communities, the churches, the oratory, and the propinquity of place that workers expressed their solidarity" (Jefferson Cowie, "Working Class," 2001).
The interserial and propinquity are derived through the process of generating somatic common differences, occurring between terms in the sequence of counting numbers.
They are the substitutions we make when using one idea to express another not on the recommendation of subtle commonality but rather simple propinquity.
Now, and maybe it's just because the paintings were shown in propinquity to the earlier drawings, though I don't think so, the horizontal strokes that are still a recurrent motif for Snyder seem to be implicitly crossing out some hidden message--with all the emotional vehemence that gesture can sustain.
On natural philosophy, Dennis Des Chene's 'Suarez on Propinquity and the Efficient Cause' is a close study of Disputationes 18 [section] 8, where Suarez examines the 'propinquity condition' of efficient causation, that is, the principle that efficient causality can affect in an immediate manner only spatially proximate patients.
Autumn has a propinquity with tapas for it is now that the pigs in many regions of Spain are put into the oak forests where they gorge the acorns, bringing a unique flavour to the meat of the pig, which in time becomes the finest Serrano ham.
Persons in a group interact with each other, not in just the physical propinquity sense but also to solve problems, attain goals, ease coordination, reduce tension and achieve a balance (Homans 1950).
There were thirteen factors, such as propinquity, proximity, repeated exposure, similarity, desirability, reciprocal liking, etc.