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adscription

(ədˈskrɪpʃən)
n
a less common word for ascription
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I would argue that despite Pratt's adscription of this Colonial category to male monarchs, it is really a discursive position that may be adopted by female as well as male authors if it suits their needs.
20% * 100%-675 autore * 100%-602 *100%-667 Sexo Paises de Sobre la procedencia adscription (c) (g) Total de Hombres Mexico Colmex autores 63.
For personal characteristics, we consider sex, age, education, marital status, labor status, political adscription, religion and religious habits, self-assessed health status.
The field called "transcultural" psychiatry, analyzes how specific cultural variables included adscription to major religions, paying high attention to individual and collective meaning of prayer, and highlighting those features connected to spiritual practice, which are also relevant to psychiatry.
Those are related not so much to the production and explanation of reality or the construction of truth, as to an interest in complicating the adscription of reality and truth to a single paradigm or explanation.
143), definida como "the violation of the code of pertinence of relevance which rules the adscription of predicatives in ordinary use" (p.
This contrast between the journals is also shown by the institutional adscription of their authors: 30% of Politica contributors worked in non-academic places, specially governments (the Chilean and others), the military and others.
Consequently, the Megarians do not develop a numerical monism but a predicational one, according to which the adscription of many predicates to the same entity is rejected.
07), having a Catholic religious adscription, as opposed to having an adscription to another religion triplicated the probability (OR = 2.
That fact made work more difficult, as its melting complicated the systematic excavation, the identification of SU and the accurate adscription of archaeological artefacts.
Its adscription to higher education is even more recent in some countries, only ten years ago (Sanchez, 2012).