cohesion

Cohesion as an index of social cognitive factors : oral language of the reading disabled.

Together they formed the impetus for greed and corruption, not democratic cohesion.

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The principles of cohesion are such that readers are unlikely not to make the connection, yet a little redundancy is perhaps thought desirable.

This issue, survey respondents suggested, lent to a sense of lost communal cohesion.

Here, social cohesion and peaceful co-existence are regarded as similar terms which do not presuppose the absence of any conflict whatsoever.

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That making art in a collaborative environment can contribute to social and personal development, concentration, intellectual skills, self-esteem and promote social cohesion is self-evident.

This implies that bureaucratic agencies will display policy cohesion in the face of unexpected policy changes.

Thirdly, the ideological variables do not have a significant effect on party group cohesion in all model specifications.

In their view, classes that laughed readily ranked highly in terms of cohesion, while classes in which students were reluctant to laugh rated poorly.

Higher family cohesion was also related to lower maternal anxiety and depression and to higher father involvement.

In each group, the maternal anxiety and depression block was negatively related and the parent reciprocity block was positively related to family cohesion.

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The “a priori” belief that outsiders are cannibals may promote group cohesion.

As the moles descend, soil physical parameters such as soil cohesion strength, friction angle, density and porosity may be obtained.

This contributes to cohesion and consistency and guarantees some equality before the law among physical as well as legal personalities.

Ordering according to type preserves both the visual cohesion of any grouping and the anonymity of the object.

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