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gudeman

(ˌɡuːdˈmæn)
n, pl -men
an archaic Scots form of goodman
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In an internal thread, Gudeman had responded skeptically to a Muslim employee who claimed he was targeted by the FBI.
The filing says the lawsuit is also meant to represent other Google workers who have allegedly been discriminated against in a similar way to Damore and Gudeman.
Damore and another white male former Googleengineer, David Gudeman, filed the lawsuit as a proposed class action in Santa Clara County Superior Court in California.
GUDEMAN, Stephen "Saints, symbols and ceremonies", en American Ethnologist, 3:4 (1976), pp.
Scott D Gudeman, Sandra A eisele, Robert S Heidt, Angelo J Colosimo, Amanda L stroupe.
e]) and the distance between the macromolecular chains (d), have been determined by the method of Gudeman and Peppas [26].
Fred Block has tried to trace how the scope and scale of interaction lead to varying degrees of 'marketness' (Block 1991) whereas Stephen Gudeman has attempted to draw out the ways in which all markets contain both embedded (social) and disembedded (calculating) characteristics (Gudeman 2009).
El punto central es senalar que el individualismo metodologico y los analisis bajo parametros de eficiencia resultan inadecuados para entender las instituciones humanas, ya que estas no son fruto de la accion de individuos aislados, ni responden exclusivamente a finalidades economicas (Benda-Beckmann, 1995; Nussbaum, 1997; Singer, 2000; Gudeman, 2006; Penalver, 2009; Alexander y Penalver, 2009) (9).
Dicha articulacion puede sintetizarse en la propuesta del antropologo Stephen Gudeman (2001 y 2008), quien ha propuesto pensar el modelo binario comunidad-mercado conectado por una base cultural que garantiza su reproduccion social.