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Yet when Leonora mentions this liaison after her husband's death, Dowell comes to understand that his wife's communicativeness behind closed doors has ultimately led to what he sees as Leonora's moral decline.
168) By actively engaging in caretaking, equitably sharing and performing domestic tasks, and role modeling expressive traits such as communicativeness and emotional warmth, gay fathers challenge traditional hegemonic masculinity and demonstrate that participating in traditionally "feminine" tasks or displaying traditionally "feminine" traits is acceptable behavior for males and does not have to be seen as threatening to one's masculine identity.
First, she uses Dubin and Olshtain's (1986) communicativeness scale as an instrument to investigate the five versions of junior high school English textbooks.
And while Lily, in the earlier scene, shrank in guilty horror from Rosedale in his capacity as gossipmonger, she now considers this human medium, however briefly, as the potential source of her social rehabilitation, fantasizing about using him to disseminate her version of things: as she tells him her story with "eager communicativeness," it "suddenly [occurs] to her that Rosedale .
is whether quantity and quality of lexical input to children may have different effects in low-income samples, characterized by other forms of communicativeness (e.
The contrasts in tone in the expressive third movement were ably highlighted to show the complexity and communicativeness of the music.
Despite David's lack of communicativeness, she succeeds in giving him much of what he needs, including and especially his continued independence.
Sternberg suggests three categories: knowledge, self-consciousness, and communicativeness.
Furthermore, the influence of polls as a type of social indicator should be examined within the context of communicativeness in the modern world.
According to their strategy procedure, the agents have the attributes of autonomy, communicativeness, co-operation, ability to negotiate, etc.
Pavlicevic, Trevarthan, and Duncan (1994), for example, modified the Nordoff-Robbins Scale of Musical Communicativeness (Nordoff & Robbins, 1977) for a study of individual improvisation with people who have chronic schizophrenia.