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In terms of theoretical approach, the recurrent theme of 'starting drama' is the tension between 'drama as process' and 'drama as product'.
The leading theoretical approach pictures the parity-violating nucleon-nucleon (NN) interaction as occurring through meson exchange with one strong interaction vertex and one vertex described by phenomenological weak couplings.
Hammonds takes a more theoretical approach than Witt and Kapsalis, and though her essay is less directly concerned with forms of control than theirs are, it is nonetheless similarly grounded in specific histories of silence, invisibility, and erasure.
Nextrucad takes a simpler, more theoretical approach to computing the melting rate of a polymer and the heat exchange between melt and barrel walls.
My analysis of this data set introduces two empirical innovations on previous studies consistent with the theoretical approach developed above, The first is the inclusion of Hispanics who speak only English, in order to compare their performance with that of students from bilingual households.
The second is to show that within this theoretical approach, patronage appears as an integral part of many modern democratic regimes and must be treated as such in order to publicize the private domain and thus avoid the privatization of the public domain.
It is a theoretical approach to texts that gained a brief cachet among leftist intellectuals in France in the late 1960s and soon thereafter found a lasting niche in literature and social science departments on American campuses.
The theoretical approach consists in considering the change of the number of crystallite per gram of carbon black with the change of the particle radius.
From the outset, Means declares that "there is no one model or theoretical approach that can be a touchstone for all political and social analysis", a sentiment which many researchers, including this reviewer will share.
The theoretical approach of the series will integrate history and ideology, because many of the interest groups, the tension between conflicting cultural values, and other factors are relevant to today's renewed national reform debate.
Researchers in neuropsychology, communications disorders, and speech and language therapy explore such topics as the nature of cognitive deficits and psychological function following traumatic brain injury, a theoretical approach to understanding social dysfunction in children and adolescents in traumatic brain injury, higher-level cognitive-communication approaches in chronic traumatic brain injury to harness brain plasticity, evidence-based practice and cognitive rehabilitation therapy, and training communication partners of people with traumatic brain injury.

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