traditionality


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Noun1.traditionality - strict adherence to traditional methods or teachingstraditionality - strict adherence to traditional methods or teachings
orthodoxy - the quality of being orthodox (especially in religion)
academicism, academism, scholasticism - orthodoxy of a scholastic variety
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traditionality

[trəˌdɪʃəˈnælətɪ] Ntradicionalidad f
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Individual-level cultural values as moderators of perceived organizational support-employee outcome relationships in China: comparing the effects of power distance and traditionality.
This title may seem contradictory at first glance, for globalization could be viewed as quite the antithesis of traditionality.
Rape perception differences between Japanese and American college students: On the mediating influence of gender-role traditionality.
Rape perception and the function of sexism and gender-role traditionality.
The variables included as key family processes include: relationship quality, ethnic identity, parenting stress, and traditionality.
We selected the O*NET system rather than other possibilities such as traditionality ratings (e.
I attribute this tendency in Calley's work to the particular academic bias in favour of continuity of traditionality in the studies of mixed-descent Aboriginal communities in 'settled' Australia at this time.
Achilles, Mother Bird: Similes and Traditionality in Homeric Poetry.
We purposely built this unique dhow with authentic features like the wooden chest called mandoos as a container for keeping stuff, it adds a lot of traditionality to the over-all concept.
He said Afghanistan was in a transitional stage from traditionality to modernity.
Manish has kept all the traditionality and yet given it its zing," said Azmi.