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The interpretation of our results led to a context-specific revision to Bandura's (1986) model of triadic reciprocality.
The film's effect and meaning depend upon the narrative's reversing the direction of power that Jeff exerts, and thus leads the way to achieving the reciprocality involved in intersubjective relationships.
The reciprocality of service-learning is rooted in the structured reflection that takes place during and in the wake of the experience.
The reciprocality of the two disciplines and their interdependence figure consistently in the articles presented in this edition.