lack of perception

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The fact that adolescent pupils are preoccupied by physical education activities more through the perspective of social contacts shows a lack of perception of the fundamental goals of this discipline in the high-school curriculum.
It causes a lack of perception and understanding of a whole segment of the church and a fear of women gaining more power.
Saving Capitalism from the capitalist by Hartmut Elsenhans argues that a lack of perception of the progressive aspects of capitalism has resulted into policy measures that have frequently been defeated.
So you see, it is not a lack of perception but the will to put a system in place that would address the problem that plagues the government
Public sector suffers from lack of perception as well as lack of capacity to undertake mega projects.
Looking at the bigger picture, we see that there is a serious lack of perception about the main purpose of public awareness campaigns.
Neophytou said: The government's economic policy until today moved in the realm of inertia and lack of perception of the economy's real problems.
The report said the decline is thought to be due to consumer perception that preparation time for pork-based meals is lengthy as well as a lack of perception of pork as a healthy meat.
AoThere is a lack of perception about the urgency of this problem,Ao said Katsuichi Imai, a director of economic policy at the federation.
From my experience in Walker there is no lack of perception of the health or environmental benefits of cycling," said Will.