Involvedness

In`volv´ed`ness


n.1.The state of being involved.
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This report describes the rapid spread of an ongoing outbreak of ZVD affecting the pregnant women cared for at our hospital, and the involvedness of managing an institutional response to a health crisis.
As the children and their chaperons danced in 'free association', their capacity to cope with the sophistication of the involvedness of self-inquiry which inheres in the dynamic intertextuality of the Carnivalesque Therapeutic Arts, in turn tasked both chaperon/teacher and reveller/student, to a productive and rewarding coexistence within the learning process.
Leopold elaborates on this, suggesting that there has been moral progress as humans have moved from the simplicity of the Mosaic Decalogue to the involvedness of democracy.
The ten tasks were sequenced from simple to complex based on the involvedness of the solution.
A denial of simplicity certainly rings true as part of Galt's assertion of vast, cryptic involvedness in place of the threads of "story," and Wickman neatly identifies the ironic limitation imposed on Balwhidder's worldview.
Passengers were facing great involvedness owing to the cancellation of domestic and international flights.
The selection for and loss of mechanisms of resistance have been noted in patients from whom multiple biopsies were taken during periods on or off an EGFR TKI (52), adding to the involvedness on how to manage resistance.
Thankfully, Perry does not stumble into this trap, and, in "Essentials of Spraying and Dusting," he exhibits an involvedness and an honesty about the land and his neighbors that belies any facile mythic-pastoral or any easy environmental alternative.
involvedness of Armenian women in the politics also causes concern.
Depending on the involvedness of the investment or project, many will benefit in terms of career movement, technical skills development, and / or possible financial benefits.
The current study carries out a multidimensional analysis of print advertisements in English from Pakistani media and compares these results with two varieties investigated by Biber in his 1988 work- conversation (a variety having very high positive dimension scores on Involvedness) and official documents (a typical written variety, with very high negative dimension scores on Informational Production).
The Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget said, "Play is the answer to how anything new comes about." A child's mind thrives on uncertainty, involvedness and creativeness.