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fsQCA is used to discuss multiple conjunctional causations to the occurrence of knowledge management, value co-creation, as well as company performance in that mechanism.
Even so, the experiencing of the Mumbai attacks, even if recognized as being imbued with a sense of conceivable and distinguishable place through this conjunctional relationship is, as always, partial.
The production of spaces of futurity as one form of encapsulation is production of urban panoramas and skylines through two (overlapping) forms: the conjunctional and the hyper-representational" (Jansson, Lagerkvist 2009: 26-27).
one can "speak the same language" with a stranger who understands him or whom he understands beyond temporary and conjunctional linguistic barriers.