Despite his enormous personal wealth, arrogant media control, mischievous political shrewdness, Masonic and Socialist ties-Perry Anderson usefully reminds that "fundamentally, he is the heir of Craxi" (321)-and organic collaterality
with organized crime, Berlusconi is neither the demiurge of the Italian political dysfunction nor a meteorological accident.
The work in care pairs is dependent on close communication and cooperation between the RN and the assistant nurse, and this is meant to increase collaterality
between the professional groups.
The distinction used by Kluckhohn and Strodtbeck (1961) defines the relational aspect of value orientation as individualism - collaterality
Other provisions made parents the heirs of their children and, in general, made conjugality dominant over lineality or collaterality
Others use the cultural labels of cooperation versus individualism (Mead, 1967), collaterality
versus individualism (Kluckhohn and Strodtbeck, 1961), and individualism versus collectivism (Hofstede, 1980).