assumptive


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excessively forward

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accepted as real or true without proof

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With her assumptive world in ruins, a new one is being constructed in the memoir.
Jasbir Puar frames Terrorist Assemblages by taking further the underwriting assumptive logics of critical theory and cultural criticisms, the fields the text both draws on and contributes to.
Just as client stories of trauma may transfer to the counselor, empathic engagement allows client strengths and positive coping to affect the counselor's assumptive beliefs and world-views.
The experience can include the loss of identity, social status, self-respect, financial security, and their assumptive worldview as well as increased health and psychological issues (Walsch, 2009).
McGregor (1960) was among the first management writers to focus on the assumptive world (or cosmology) of managers and to elucidate the effects of managerial assumptions on employee work behavior effects that occurred despite managers being unaware of this phenomenon.
may also yield helpful reflection for non-believers on the philosophical and assumptive foundations of their approaches to helping persons change" (p.
The modern linguistic distinction between signifier and signified is closely related to the assumptive binary opposition between sensible and intelligible worlds (Bradley 45).
The relationship between the induced or inhibited activity of SnRK1 and metabolism is still an assumptive construct.
The new system will embrace the parallel systems of "tax according to assumptive gains" and "tax according to actual gains" for the initial two years and return to the single system of "tax according to actual gains" subsequently.
Earlier this week, the Republican former president gave a tepid endorsement for Republican assumptive nominee Mitt Romney after Bush delivered a speech on foreign policy in the capital.
The assumptive phrase "What he appears to be saying" is a perfect example of the risk involved in biographical hermeneutics, and such wide interpretive latitude is calculated to stir the ire of dedicated Malcolmites.
This seems no more convincing than the idea that readings of immaterial affect, sensation, habits or objects somehow occur without an assumptive framework or theoretical predisposition in place.
They originate either in the Cognitive-Information Processing Model, which includes (a) Janoff-Bullman's (1985, 1992) Shattered World Assumptions theory, and (b) Kauffman's (2002) Assumptive World theory; or in the Cognitive-Constructivist approach, which is dominated by Neimeyer's (2006, 2007) Narrative theory.
After this baseline calculation is completed, here are some of the important assumptive facts of the problem:
Theorizing culture and communication in the Asian context: An assumptive foundation.