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Institutionalization is considered a reciprocal typification of actions, including the development of coalitions to influence legislators, working with institutional shareholders and also the influence of opinion formers in the media and analyst communities.
Instead, credibility is "worked up," or constructed, by visa officers who rely on a variety of typifications of what normal cases look like (Best 2008; Waegel 1981).
Culture, in a sense of 'structure', comprises the tacit, taken-for-granted stock of knowledge that provides the typifications and definitions that underpin the expectations through which routine everyday actions are organised.
It is on the basis of these typifications that the authors deduce the need for a broader perspective, a need which is taken into account through a stronger consideration of employees' personal lives (e.
Pneumocystis and Trypanosoma cruzi: nomenclature and typifications.
Such misleading ideal typifications, steeped as they are in the semiotics of American street culture, result from a body of socially constructed imagery perpetuated in the media.
12) Reason, or "conceptual thought," Jay explains, restricts subject-object relation to that of aggression because it "subsumes particulars under universals, violently reducing their uniqueness to typifications or exemplars of a general or essential principle"; while, on the other hand, mimesis "involves a more sympathetic, compassionate, and noncoercive relationship of affinity between non-identical particulars, which do not then become reified into two poles of a subject/object dualism.
What all this indicates is that the two typifications of human rights, the unitary 'universal' and the plural, do not escape mutual affect.
Rather than articulate general laws, it sought to construct "ideal types" or typifications of meaningful patterns and processes in the social realm.
Willower, Eidell and Hoy (1967) had previously developed a conceptual framework that facilitated the quantification of somewhat similar typifications of the learning environment.
Addressers, addressees, and other persons referred to in letters are related to one another within a "system of typifications, relevances, roles, positions, statuses.
For Schutz, typifications are a means of preprocessing the world, and they thus link up with what we discussed previously as strategies for chunking experiencing.