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realo

(reɪˈɑːləʊ)
n, pl -los
a member of the German Green Party who has moderate views
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The new dispensation is embodied in the party's two leaders, Habeck and Annalena Baerbock, who both belong to the movement's "Realo" wing (as opposed to the "Fundi" faction of environmental hardliners).
Regarding digitalization and innovations, the EU should think twice before criticizing the allegedly "problematic" Great Britain and "behind post-communistic" Czech Republic and Poland, before showing any admiration with respect to "creative" France and "hard-working" Germany and before playing other national stereotypes (Hrebickova, Mottus, Graf, Jelinek, & Realo, 2018), and before treating the PIGS states, especially Greece, as digitalization-eager destinations.
IND2 I possess and fully use my skills and abilities on the job IND3 I have a challenging job, from & Realo (2004) which I get a personal sense of accomplishment.
In December 2017, the party voted for a new leadership duo--Annalena Baerbock and Robert Habeck--both of whom belong to the 'realo' wing of the party, a departure from the iron rule whereby both 'realo' and 'fundi' wings must be represented at the top.
Schmitt, David, Realo, Voracek, &Ture, (2008) corroborated the findings of the present investigation that girls have more agreeableness (forgiving attitudes, belief in cooperation and conscientiousness, leadership skills, long-term plans & organized support network).
There have been studies that found a high level of self-esteem for youths (Huang, 2010; Pullman, Allik & Realo, 2009; Srivastava, & Agarwal, 2013).
Realo, "The association between life satisfaction and self-reported health status in Europe," European Journal of Personality, vol.
In other studies, however, the concepts of satisfaction with life and subjective or general well-being are usually superimposed or interchangeable (Cheung & Lucas, 2015; Kuppens, Realo, & Diener, 2008; Lyubomirsky, King, & Diener, 2005; Pavot & Diener, 2008; Poletto & Koller, 2011).
According to the findings of previous research (Dolan, Peasgood & White, 2008; Realo & Dobewall, 2011), the better one's education is, the happier one will be.