reciprocity

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Synonyms for reciprocity

mutual exchange of commercial or other privileges

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In recent years, Cobb-Greetham says university administration has made huge strides in putting together institutional infrastructure for a perpetual reciprocal relationship with the state's tribes.
Few studies have looked at the reciprocal relationship between parental monitoring and adolescent sexual risk behavior.
As per Article 3 of the 2006 Law, provided that the buyer's country of residence maintains a reciprocal relationship, foreign nationals are afforded the right of ownership of property within urban borders in Jordan for residential purposes (but only after acquiring the required permission from the Minister of Finance or the General Director of the Survey Department).
A spokesman for the ASA said it had not had any complaints about reality star Katie's tweets, but added that in certain circumstances, when a "reciprocal relationship" exists between an advertiser and a celeb (meaning the celeb gets paid or some freebies for tweeting), tweets may be considered as advertising and should be made clear.
But while the visit seemed ostensibly aimed at persuading authorities in Beirut that Palestinians are not taking part in Lebanese or other conflicts, and have no intention to, this must be part of a reciprocal relationship whereby Lebanon does what it can to make life as comfortable as possible for Palestinians living here.
Animal Spirit explores the unique reciprocal relationship between animal and humankind in Aboriginal culture and teachings.
This is helpful toward building a better working relationship and enhances the possibility that you may begin a reciprocal relationship for business development.
The term to describe this way of working is "co-production'" which has been defined as "delivering public services in an equal and reciprocal relationship between professionals, people using services, their families and their neighbours".
"This reciprocal relationship is great for the Countryside Unit and for Cummins.
"We want to make efforts to return to the starting point of developing a mutually reciprocal relationship" with China, he added.
This paper will discuss Anna and her supervising teacher's development of a reciprocal relationship reflecting Noddings notion of Ethics of Care in a classroom where the NSW Quality Teaching Framework was utilised to inform practice.
"There should be a comprehensive approach for both mind and body This reciprocal relationship maximizes health benefits, and has exponentially positive consequences beyond the individual."
Through their work, the artists in this exhibition examine the reciprocal relationship between metaphors, research and methods.
The conference, organised by Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, a German think tank, and the College of Communication and Media Services of Zayed University aimed at exploring the reciprocal relationship between societal changes and the media.
While generalizing from one person's experience can present methodological problems, M.'s entrance into Torres's experience provides a reciprocal relationship between them, and thus presents an example of what Aidan Kavanagh (and the Eastern Christian tradition) called primary theology.