nonhierarchical


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Synonyms for nonhierarchical

not classified hierarchically

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It is assumed--based on the verification of the hierarchical structure--that the hierarchical connections are stronger and dominant in comparison with the nonhierarchical ones.
But Obama sounded like a cross between a social activist and a flannel-shirted software CEO--as a nonhierarchical, collaborative leader who can inspire autonomous individuals to cooperate for the sake of common concerns.
By Turner's telling, the Cold Warriors' milieu was in fact far more flexible and nonhierarchical than the popular stereotype of Organization Men in Grey Flannel Suits.
In more detail, Ellero asks what are the parameters that define beauty in Bruno's infinite, nonhierarchical universe, in which the objectivity of forms ("in margine a un precetto di Aristotle" [73]) of beauty are not guaranteed by the possibility of submitting the forms to a universal consensus?
They are noninstitutional and nonhierarchical (a quality that makes them look aghast at Catholics).
It would be the best possible fit if the new person would be comfortable working in a nonhierarchical, democratic process in terms of decision-making,'' White said.
As teachers we inevitably wield some hegemonic force, "[t]herefore if we want our students to experience nonhierarchical forms of learning, we will need to make explicit what is at stake in this effort.
The Gathering is "a nonhierarchical and egalitarian convocation of people who come together on public lands to expose the ideas of peace, love, freedom and community, and to try.
It's a little bit ritualistic in the sense that it's a very nonhierarchical performing environment,' Butler said.
Networked" means a flat, diffused, nonhierarchical structure.
Its nonhierarchical and participatory ethic consciously avoids iconization of personalities, focusing instead on the mission.
A collaborative, nonhierarchical environment is the very work culture that has sustained associations throughout their history.
While varying significantly in member makeup and group dynamics, consciousness-raising groups tended to "value nonhierarchical organization and a commitment to confronting sources of inequality" (166).
Nonhierarchical people tend to see hierarchical people as lacking initiative and independence because they often go and ask more senior people for directions.
She is trained as a facilitator in syntegration, a nonhierarchical process for decision-making.