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Adj.1.interactional - capable of acting on or influencing each other
reciprocal, mutual - concerning each of two or more persons or things; especially given or done in return; "reciprocal aid"; "reciprocal trade"; "mutual respect"; "reciprocal privileges at other clubs"
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As a novel approach, We propose a focus on interactional events between humans and animals as indications of domestication taking place.
Their topics include really late learners: some research contexts and some practical hints, the interactional challenge: second-language learning and use in the third age, the use of indirect language learning strategies by third-age learners: insights from a questionnaire study, student needs and expectations concerning foreign language teachers in universities of the third age, and teaching English to senior students in the eyes of teacher trainees.
2005) found support for their model in which PC violations mediated the relationship between interactional and procedural justice, and workplace outcomes of job satisfaction and turnover.
0 as we move from transactional spaces to interactional spaces," says UnionBank President Edwin R.
Equipped with interactional features which sees the robot saluting its users and asking how their day is, the launch of the world's first operational Robocop is a significant milestone and is the first step in the right direction towards realising Dubai's vision to be a global leader in smart cities technology adoption.
The results obtained shows that both servant leadership and interactional justice have significant positive relationship with organizatio nal based self-esteem.
intergenerational intercultural encounters, second language culture, cultural knowledge, interactional competence, intercultural language teaching and learning
fairness in the processes of distributing outcomes), and interactional justice (i.
To discuss and illustrate the concept of ideological sign, the author analyzes the word 'selfie' as an "index of contemporary transformations", demonstrating how "changes in the forms of production" correlate to changes in interactional processes and patterns of behavior.
Empirical studies towards this end have identified distinct justice dimensions --procedural, distributive (Cohen-Charash & Levy, 2001), interactional (Bies & Shapiro, 1987) while Colquitt et al (2001) and others (Ambrose & Shminke, 2009; Jawahar, 2009; Thurston & McNall, 2010) added informational justice as a fourth variant.
One can be an interactional expert without being contributory, but all contributory experts are also interactional experts.
The adverse effects on well-being are discussed when the rewards are not perceived as equitable: the efforts are high and the rewards low (Robbins, Ford, & Tetrick, 2012), which indicates implications for the organizational justice variables: distributive, procedural and interactional justice (Neiva, 2012).

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