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Mutual understanding accrues either from an interpersonal understanding (when a tie is relationally embedded) or from a shared group identity (when the tie is structurally embedded).
The importance of relationally driven constructs is evident in the field at large, as increased attention and significance have been given to the power of relational constructs (e.
Project Name Requirements for a Relationally Integrated Computer System for the Division of Oil & Gas
14) Instead, we argue that sexual autonomy, relationally reconceived as the capability to codetermine sexual relations, might better protect L.
During serious and relationally threatening serial arguments, partners may be more cognizant of the affordances of FtF and TMC channels.
Based on the odds ratio, the likelihood of male perpetrators' relationally bullying students receiving special education services was 1.
The formula is simple: "Nothing is defined, everything is relatively fucked and to progress civically, aesthetically, relationally and so forth, we each need to be open to criticism and encourage community discussion within a global conversation," Klein says.
Research suggests that children's consumption of media violence can predict higher relationally aggressive, verbally aggressive, and physically aggressive behaviors (Gentile, Coyne, & Walsh, 2011; Gentile, Mathieson, & Crick, 2011; Martins & Wilson, 2012).
An important point the editors make is that in an era of heightened mobility and connectivity, issues like 'identity formation' should be understood relationally.
We suggest that expanding the current language of the DSM would both better describe the world of our clients, and serve the complexity of their presenting problems, both individually and relationally.
To achieve this, we define transactional and relationally orientated levels of relationships for both the purchaser and the marketer as representatives of supply chain partners and identify the relational and behavioural attributes associated with each level.
They were given nothing, and they have little or nothing to give back, individually, relationally, or in the context of society.