Farlie

Far´lie


n.1.An unusual or unexpected thing; a wonder. See Fearly.
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The term, which derives from the theory of issue ownership (Budge & Farlie, 1983; Petrocik, 1996), suggests that news media and political campaigns can determine the public's identification with a political party or a candidate not just on the basis of individual issues but on entire networks of issues (Guo & Vargo, 2015, p.
axotomy or ischemia) or genetic lesions (Dubois-Dauphin et al., 1994; Farlie et al., 1995; Chen et al, 1996; de Bilbao & Dubois-Dauphin, 1996).
Farlie, Turner & Co., LLC, 2010 WL 2232662, at *2 (S.D.
Robb and Farlie (2009) argue that Asian owned businesses are more successful than white owned businesses because they have high levels of human capital.
Farlie, "Developmental and genetic perspectives on Pierre Robin sequence," American Journal of Medical Genetics Part C: Seminars in Medical Genetics, vol.
Farlie, "The performance of some correlation coefficients for a general bivariate distribution," Biometrika, vol.
Sevenhuysen, S., Skinner, E.H., Farlie, M.K., Raitman, L., Nickson, W., Keating, J.L., Maloney, S., Molloy, E.
De acordo com Robertson (1976) e Budge e Farlie (1983), a teoria da saliencia postula que os partidos politicos nao fornecem respostas diferentes para uma determinada agenda de problemas politicos, mas tornam mais salientes as questoes que sao vantajosas para si proprios.
This results in Hirschsprung's disease, which affects 1 in 5,000 newborns (Farlie et al., 2004).
La teoria de la importancia asume que la estrategia partidaria mas frecuente es el "enfasis selectivo", en lugar de la "confrontacion directa" (Budge y Farlie, 1983).
US-based investment banking firm, Farlie Turner and Co.