Le deuxieme champ de preoccupation
ethique relatif aux etudiants concerne l'evaluation des apprentissages.
Au cours de la session de 2005, 16,7 % de toutes les declarations des femmes ont porte sur une preoccupation
feminine, par rapport a 3 % de celles des hommes.
In form and function the kiosk extends the architect's preoccupation
to pursue structural and environmental efficiencies, with a lightweight folded metal envelope, and an array of photovoltaic cells on the roof.
D, Cinderella and the Death Quota is a sober examination of humankind's "death-centered" existence--the preoccupation
with denying mortality, and the popularly held variants of the "death quota" myth, that death will not strike oneself down if another dies in one's place.
The problem for the adult males that predators captured "was mostly just total preoccupation
with sex," says Hoogland.
Kurlantzick's assessment that, "the preoccupation
with DDT is largely a distraction .
Brooks says eating disorders involve not just binging or starving but, as in Wheeler's case, obsession: "Besides anorexia and bulimia, eating disorders or body image problems can take the form of intense preoccupation
with weight and appearance, purging or obsessive dieting, and changes in social functioning.
Once a majority of Americans realize his primitive, crude, psychopathic preoccupation
, they, too, will demand his impeachment, if not hospitalization.
The Quebec clergy showed an exaggerated preoccupation
with their dignity and status; which led to above-and-apart attitudes, a distant relationship with the laity, and the usual expectations of the first place of honour in any public gathering.
I deplore the Anglican Consultative Council's preoccupation
with the differences within the church rather than concentration on the faith that unites us (Anglican council censures Canada, U.
In wide swaths of the Southern Hemisphere, including Africa and Latin America, the central preoccupation
is economic development and trade.
The average age eating disorders are most likely to be recognized and diagnosed is from 11 to 12 years of age, with children as young as five and six exhibiting an alarming preoccupation
with their body and weight.