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new paradigm

n
a set of beliefs that replaces another set which is believed no longer to apply
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New Paradigm 1: Urban informal settlers exhibit economic and social rationality in firmly resisting relocation to distant resettlement sites and insisting on remaining in the city.
Chronic Disease Management: A New Paradigm for Care
With the revolution, the new regime said it was rejecting both Western capitalism and Eastern socialism and adopting a new paradigm.
To answer this question we turn to the New Paradigm for Long-Term Recovery (DuPont & Humphreys, 2011).
One such view Wuthnow sees as needing correction is what he calls the new paradigm.
That's why the Associated Colleges of the South (ACS), a consortium of 16 liberal arts colleges throughout the Southeast, is developing the New Paradigm Initiative.
Structured properly, this new paradigm has the potential to increase access, improve patient compliance and reduce health care costs," NACDS stated.
30am EST, CommLab is conducting a live webinar on “A New Paradigm in Product Training - Merging Content, Technology, & Service.
The advent of New Paradigm technologies, such as cloud computing, social technologies and myriads of web-supporting devices, including smartphones and tablets, have together changed how marketers approach their prospects.
Electronica artist, Latin percussionist, priest, and martial artist Carlos "Go Go" Gomez presents New Paradigm Global Music, an album that blends the best elements of his Afro-Latin musical heritage into an enthralling whole.
and Douglas Mackay, ND, vice president, scientific and regulatory affairs, urge the scientific community to establish a new paradigm of evidence-based nutrition that sets criteria and guidelines for how to study the effects of nutrients in humans.
The contemporary sociology of religion observes a change in the paradigm of religion and the treatment of religion, asserting among other things that the master narrative in the old paradigm of sociology of religion is "linear secularization" while in the new paradigm it is "revival and routinization".

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