According to our assumptions, the dynamic capabilities play this mediative
We can notice that his saju has a contrasting energy composition of the water and the fire elements without any mediative
Given the design of the current study, it is not clear if the mediative
relationship between select executive functioning operations, for example, had a specific causative influence on the changes in academic growth, or that participation in the SSS program primes executive functions that might affect performance.
Pinpointing such mediative
relationships increases theoretical precision (Rungtusanatham, Miller, and Boyer 2014), and it adds to a deeper understanding of the underlying dynamics inherent to the acceptance of MDA for SCM.
The understandable yearning for certainty in advance of this multi-dimensional societal mediative
process often misleads clients and can create enormous pressures on GCs.
Donabedian (2001: 432), trying to reconcile both categorial profiles [mediative
and mirative] under a single definition, suggests that the strong association in the literature between the mediative
category and the particular values of hearsay and inference may be an artifact of the elicitation process.
His argument is that the OECD has played an important role in diffusion, in particular through its mediative
function, that is, by facilitating the construction of policy discussion among experts on the best policy solutions, which involves packaging, editing and disseminating policy innovations (p.
This, in particular, has the effect of lessening the ability of a country to underwrite promises made for either coercive or mediative
purposes; threats and assurances essentially become less credible as the power potential of an actor to follow through falls away.
In a similar manner to fifteenth- and early sixteenth-century diptychs from the Netherlands which used two images to create an intimate dialogue that was "conducive to prayer and contemplation" (Hand, Metzger & Spronk 2006), this work induced quiet, mediative
1) Michael Zeitlin borrows Adorno's thoughts on the radio to discuss Pylons depiction of the "new mental velocity" (117) created by radio in aviation, but it might as easily describe the mediative
, transformative function of the graphophone for Cash in As I Lay Dying.
In the following, we present first the theoretical frames and notions underpinning our analyses: on one hand the didactic and ergonomic aproach , which describes teacher's activity through five components: personal, mediative
, cognitive institutional and social one, on the other hand the instrumental approach , , from which we use the concept of instrumental genesis and instrumental distance.
Skillful use of de-escalating and mediative
strategies and interventions is necessary to ensure positive student outcomes in the critical area of multicultural development (Choudhuri, 2009; Sue, Torino, et ah, 2009; Young, 2003).