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Har´re

    (här´re)
n.1.A hinge.
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Vikkie Harre, RN, BN, PGDip, is the clinical nurse manager at Cantabria Home and Hospital, Rotorua, and a member of the Advanced Care Planning Cooperative.
For example, Bullen and Harre (2000) categorized five threats that the Internet may pose for children: (1) the nature of the Internet and the age level of the Internet users make it difficult to evaluate the information being presented, (2) the danger associated with giving out personal details or setting up personal meetings with individuals they met via the Internet, (3) the negative impact of exposure to unsolicited pornography, (4) the occurrence and subsequent impact of sexual solicitation, and (5) the impact of antiracist sites, hate sites, and threatening or harassing materials.
John Harre said that the training workshop is a platform in attaining the feedback of the participants for the development of Fiji s higher education qualification systems.
Party leader Laila Harre said she was completely "comfortable" with the video.
Psychology of Music: From Sound to Significance" is the collaborative effort of Siu-Lan Tan (Associate Professor of Psychology, Kalamazoo College, Michigan); Peter Pfordresher (Associate Professor of Psychology, SUNY, Buffalo, New York); and Rom Harre (Emeritus Fellow of Linacre College, Oxford University, UK).
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Emotions are of paramount importance in students' reflections on beliefs, norms, values, and assumptions of their own culture, though they have been traditionally omitted from education for sustainability frameworks (Boiger & Mesquita, 2012; Harre, Armon-Jones, Lutz, & Averill, 1986; Martusewicz, 2001; Zeyer & Kelsey, 2013).
This methodology is called Positioning Theory, which was developed by Rom Harre and Luk Van Langenhove in their 1999 Positioning Theory: Moral Contexts of Intentional Action.
The study conducted by Michael Harre and colleagues at the Complex Systems Group at the University of Sydney, Australia states that the by applying statistical mechanics methods to economic game theory, it is possible to describe the strategic interactions between businesses which are influenced by their own incentives and incentives from third party.
This can be seen more clearly if we analyze this aspect of the novel in the light of the categories put forward by the psychologist Rom Harre (which McFadyen uses extensively for his theology of personhood).
Adding to this Harre and Mogghadam (2003) talk about the dynamics of the 'evolving social episode' and how their theory of social positioning is largely concerned with how speakers construct their identities and their relationships through talk.