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propinquity

(Kinship), noun affiliation, affinity, alliance, association, bond, close association, common ancestry, connection, consanguinity, family connection, filiation, kindred, link, nearness of blood, nearress of relation, relationship, tie

propinquity

(Proximity), noun adjacency, apposition, closeness, contiguity, juxtaposition, nearness, vicinage

propinquity

(Similarity), noun accord, affinity, affinnty of nature, alikeness, comparison, compatibility, concert, concord, congeniality, correspondence, equivalence, homogeneity, likeness, parallelism, proximity, semblance, similitude, synonymity, unity
See also: blood, connection, corollary, kinship, relation, vicinity

PROPINQUITY. Kindred; parentage. Vide. Affinity; Consanguinity; Next of kin.

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A secondary propinquity which relations needs to accomplish in the interaction and socialization process are the social principles.
Its analysis applies propinquity, a component of Kent and Taylor's (2002) dialogic theory, to explore how the ALS Ice-Bucket Challenge leveraged a propinquital loop (and chain), to enable participants to move between social media and offline spaces, while creating relational elasticity between participant and cause.
PROPINQUITY EFFECT: According to Rowland Miller, Propinquity Effect is defined as "the likelihood/chances of a friendship or a romantic relationship blossoming is directly proportional to the amount of visual and verbal interactions between the two people".
To understand how collaboration networks are formed and developed as well as how they contribute to research productivity, propinquity and homophily are synthesized from social network theories as two key organic mechanisms for building social networks.
Slowly consciousness estranges itself from those with whom proximity, if not propinquity, has caused it to identify, and slowly the consciousness estranges itself from everything else that identifies it-- the place it lives, or at least tries to live.
He also includes party documents and interviews with principals (and with smalltime players in propinquity if not prominence).
This week, Jagger and his used car-dump of a face were photographed in morning-after-the-night-before propinquity with a another young woman, leaving Ms Shane furious for her sister.
We should not be where we are, a united and prosperous country, if language or ethnicity or religion or geographic propinquity or some ordered definition of what it took to be a Canadian established the proper boundaries for a country.
Most of the time, public passions of revenge and demand for setting scores with arch rivals in the propinquity, rein over the feelings of sagacity.
He then analyzes ancient sovereignty, the propinquity of nature in absolute sovereignty, revolution and the power of living popular sovereignty, and democracy and its biopolitical sovereignty in its role of "other.
Thompson famously wrote, and "it was in the communities, the churches, the oratory, and the propinquity of place that workers expressed their solidarity" (Jefferson Cowie, "Working Class," 2001).
The interserial and propinquity are derived through the process of generating somatic common differences, occurring between terms in the sequence of counting numbers.