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being twofold

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This focus has dominated tourism studies and has steeped it with a dichotomic viewpoint that juxtaposes visitors and visitees, sights and sightseeing (Urry 1990), in other words, tourists and local populations.
We then use a logit type regression model to explain the adoption of an ERP (variable dichotomic Y = 1 if adoption of a ERP and Y=0 in the contrary case) by the variables previously defined: strategic fit with a sector's strategy, informational and decision-making management benefits, strategic benefits, organizational benefits, ERP complexity and organizational risks, frequency of ERP adoption (appendix no 1).
With few exceptions, academic scholarship has also predominantly embraced a dichotomic understanding, where "return" is opposed to "integration.
Use of physical restraints, a dichotomic yes/no variable, was defined as the use of at least one of the following restraints during the course of the 7-hour observation period: abdominal belt, fixed tray table, rails on both sides of bed, and any other type of mechanical means applied to limit mobility.
05 (two-tailed) Note: The correlations between the dichotomic variables (new CEO year1, new CEO year2, new CEO year3, previous CEO last year, previous CEO last second year, and previous CEO last third year) are not reported because they were entered into the regressions separately.
Contemporary heritage conservation philosophy is rather dichotomic as regards concepts of place.
Does the dichotomic thinking of intratextual theology not end again in a form of exclusivism?
Although they did not use a clinical simple, their objective was to identify weakness in the sense of self in different clinical BPD cases in relation to emotional changes, instability, dichotomic thoughts, self-hurting etc.
The measurement of performance error from -10 to +10 on both, y- and x-axes enables us to use a more detailed ratio scale of performance measurement; instead of only comparing the dichotomic hits and misses; moreover, because of our ratio scaled data, two-tailed Pearson correlation coefficients were calculated instead of the mostly used t-tests and ANOVAs for hits and misses.
This dichotomic condition introduces the surreal elements of the poem.
The dichotomic narrative which focuses on Champa and Vietnam is what characterises this book, but the third actor is the Oc Eo culture and the succeeding Khmer civilisation which spread over the Mekong Delta in southern Vietnam.