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Synonyms for role

Synonyms for role

the proper activity of a person or thing

one's proper or expected function in a common effort

Synonyms for role

the actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a person or group

what something is used for

normal or customary activity of a person in a particular social setting

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role performance or how these roles were valued, but showed that a larger set of MOHO-related variables successfully discriminated between students with high and low subjective well-being, respectively (Yazdani, Jibril, & Kielhofner, 2008).
The star has already played the role of a knight and a Samurai, the role of a king would be just a step up.
RBAC model implemented the logical separation between users and permissions by introducing the intermediary of role and simplified the authorization management in a variety of environments.
Performing in an organisational role invariably needs interactions with a set of connected roles within or outside the organisation.
The findings of this study indicated that inter-role distance and role erosion were found to be dominant contributors of role stress whereas role ambiguity and personal inadequacy were the least dominant contributors of role stress in all the three job categories.
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Role: Ruby Dee, for her role as Mama Lucas in American Gangster.
Martins cast her in a featured role in his new neoclassical work, The Red Violin, and she was a natural in Mauro Bigonzetti's avant-garde In Vento.
Yes, the profiled CFOs have excelled at the various roles, but asking anyone to excel at all of them is certainly unrealistic.
2 position, most view the role as a way to prepare for a CEO position--whether at their current company or another.
One important issue is the role and function of the school counselor, which continues to be misunderstood (Bemak, 2000; Borders, 2002; Burnham & Jackson, 2000; Herr, 2001; House & Hayes, 2002; Johnson, 2000).
She describes and analyzes the seminal role played by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) in influencing Mid-East policy.
in 2005, believes the passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act is responsible for CAOs taking a more prominent role.
The constructivist approach reaches beyond the client's worker role and occupational decision making.
Role play, or simulation, is an established teaching methodology that has been used in education for many years (Bernstein, Scheerhorn, & Ritter, 2002; Taylor & Walford, 1978; Van Ments, 1983).
When considering incarcerated fathers, paternal role assumption is a particularly critical point since it has been linked to lower rates of recidivism (Hairston, 1991).