disseminative


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Adj.1.disseminative - spreading by diffusion
distributive - serving to distribute or allot or disperse
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This not only violates the legal rights of the holder, but it also hinders the disseminative order of normal network operation; it affects the healthy development of the internet, and thus results in a devastating shock to the traditional industries such as books, music, film and television to the core.
This mechanism is particularly relevant because it is disseminative and frequently associated with ESBL-producing Escherichia coli.
Knowledge transfer and expatriation in multinational corporations: the role of disseminative capacity.
5) It was among the leading tools of propaganda because of its technological, persuasive and disseminative attributes (Aulich and Sylvestrova 1999, p.
Finally, I would like to heartily thank and acknowledge the contributions of the prestigious Sudan Tribune, Sudaneseonline in providing disseminative outlet to my contributions.
It is also necessary to study how the technocommercial processes of social media (which support the disseminative, hierarchical centralized, and egocentric social media use by police) increase tensions for activist collectives.
Minbaeva, DB & Michailova, S 2004, "Knowledge transfer and expatriation in multinational corporations: The role of disseminative capacity", Employee Relations, Vol.
MacLauchlan (2010), "Absorptive and Disseminative Capacity: Knowledge Transfer in Intra-organization Networks," Expert Systems with Applications 37(1): 31-38.
Can we fairly assess a programme created in 1972, which uses the creative and disseminative media available at the time, and was intended for weekly broadcast to a relatively small, 4:3 domestic television set if we watch it in one sitting from a DVD box set, on a wall-mounted, giant plasma screen?
The word "coeur" has an ambivalent, disseminative status in the Rimbaldian corpus from this era, frequently designating the masculine sex, as Steve Murphy, following Ascione and Chambon's initial philological insight, has pointed out repeatedly.
Instead, I propose a reading of the concept of between-ness in terms of modernist/postmodernist cultivated heterogeneity, floating identity, border-crossings, living on the borders (unhousedness/dislocation), as well as disseminative pliability and epistemological undecidability.