macrostructural


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macrostructural

(ˌmækrəʊˈstrʌktʃərəl)
adj
relating to or resembling a macrostructure
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It is also possible for culture to be understood as a differentiated dimension; in this case, the group is composed of subgroups that share views in a micro context, while they also share some macrostructural bonds that give them cohesion under certain conditions.
This implied placing the issue in a space dispute that did not prioritize macrostructural or minority-related issues (3), seeking to operate in global health governance.
The election of a new government has led to new macrostructural policies.
She is of the opinion that "contextual issues" and construction of the identities as a "macrostructural phenomena" is unique to all people because "[w]ritten texts are not produced in a vacuum"(Mohanty 1991, 33).
Garcia, "Macrostructural and microstructural development in Al-Si alloys directionally solidified under unsteady-state conditions," Journal of Alloys and Compounds, vol.
There was no difference between groups in the macrostructural parameters of sleep.
The study being presented is of a macrostructural nature and comprises the 2000- 2010 period.
The mechanisms of action of RA suggest that manifestations in different ocular tissues and macrostructural tissue changes (pachymetric alterations, etc.) could occur in patients with RA.
Macrostructural filter properties such as wall thickness and cell density were confirmed by optical microscopy, and careful filter weights were taken of various sections to confirm washcoat loadings and washcoat distribution.
Despite the complexity and importance of the macrostructural aspects in determining the global epidemic of overweight, the environmental nature of the problem is predominantly studied through more restricted concepts that approach the issue from an individual perspective such as risk factors and lifestyle.