multi clusters joint assessment in Jaac in May 2013, aimed at individuating
the main needs in 3 refugee
Looking in turn at correlations between different types of quantification and at the expressions of plurality, they consider such topics as reduplication in languages, individuating
classifiers in Early Southern Min from the 14th to the 19th centuries, plurality and the subclassification of nouns in classical Chinese, plurality in the pronominal paradigms of Bai dialects, and quantificational structures in three-year-old Chinese-speaking children.
The remainder of this Article explores how, despite this bedrock view, the urban misdemeanor process effectively imposes convictions in the aggregate by permitting the erosion and evasion of individuating
rules and procedures.
In cases where individuating
, judgment-relevant information is not available, drawing on stereotypes may improve one's ability to predict another's actions (assuming the stereotype contains some kernel of truth).
In contrast to individuating
or modernizing Islamists in Snow who defy popular stereotypes, Pamuk's depiction of hard-line secularists is caricatural.
Hallett explains that some terms have individuating
criteria while others do not, and that for those that do the criteria will vary from term to term.
In an article published in Organizational Behavior & Human Decision Processes, they concluded that "the use of the center-stage heuristic substitutes for the effortful processing of individuating
information, leading to a biased (favorable) assessment of people in the center.
And, in his performances, the objects that serve as props and that might normally pass under the radar, their use-values openly displayed, somehow become unnaturally animated, as though they (more than even the performers around them) are endowed with individuating
traits, personalities of a sort.
If you give people the tools to start individuating
, maybe they will make more individual (rather than stereotypical) attributions," she said.
In addition to the individuating
effects of employment projects and bank accounts, the era of 'self-determination' was also marked by an increasing administrative and Aboriginal emphasis on particular kinds of conjoint identity.
So perhaps, in the absence of individuating
criteria, descriptive traits can serve to individuate.
Breaking away from or individuating
from these cultural influences often involve early religious belief patterns, education, church affiliation, diet, spouse, in-laws, choice of schools, lifestyle, social systems and choice of community.