routineness


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The routineness of protectionism, the average citizen's apathy toward agricultural policy, and, most important, the strength of the agriculture lobby all prevent necessary changes.
It is their very routineness that lends such diaries their meaning; revelation flows from repetition, succession, and the conscious choice of detail.
D for Dopidi' is one film that defies the routineness of Telugu cinema, yet delivers an entertaining content.
1988), the court found six factors to be considered in determining the routineness of a search: 1) whether the search required the suspect to disrobe or expose any intimate body parts; 2) whether physical contact was made with the suspect during the search; 3) whether force was used; 4) whether the type of search exposed the suspect to pain or danger; 5) the overall manner in which the search was conducted; and 6) whether the suspect's reasonable expectations of privacy were violated by the search.
The project's architectural blueprints have been conceived in such a way as ensure the hospital's ambient spirituality, urbaneness and humaneness derived from culture, history, norms and customs, physiological, physical and psychological aspects to thaw iciness, routineness and mundaneness of the locale.
Goal ambiguity, work complexity, and work routineness in federal agencies.
Maybe I should get out more in midweek but I couldn't believe the lack of competition, the sheer routineness of the whole operation.
Multiracial groups have been strongly associated with emotional conflict, while being moderated by task routineness and group longevity (Pelled, et al.
Rebecca Saunders (1999) describes some of the personal reasons British women mentioned for traveling to colonial India, which overlap with the factors that pushed my research participants from home: the desire to escape the triviality, routineness, problems, and constraints of life at home; to seek adventure and challenging work; to feed exotic fantasies; to be more like men; and to feel important and worthwhile.
A focus on contingency relationships between R&D or technological uncertainty (such as research stage, routineness, or interdependence), and structural manifestations of communication or information processing emerged from these early MOT studies.
An Examination of the Reliability and Validity of the Aiken and Hage Scales of Centralization, Formalization, and Task Routineness.
Routineness of the task is a term that incorporates two components--task analyzability and task variety (Perrow, 1970).