autonomy


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the condition of being politically free

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immunity from arbitrary exercise of authority: political independence

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He explained that the National Assembly sent 15 different bills to the states houses, of which Local Government Autonomy Bill, is one of them.
He also said the Centre should find out the areas in Jammu and Kashmir where autonomy can be given.
Like the first Cordillera autonomy law (Republic Act
During the Cordillera Month celebration, he reiterated his commitment to remain a staunch advocate for autonomy as it is the ultimate solution to the current predicaments of various stakeholders on the snail-paced development, among others.
The 18th-century Enlightenment regarded autonomy as an attribute of a person who engages with the world as an active, reasoning and conscious individual.
21) Part II canvasses competing accounts of sexual autonomy to reveal a more promising, more feminist-inflected constitution of the term.
A bivariate analysis showed that women's autonomy and other characteristics were associated with husbands' involvement in maternal health care.
As journalism is practiced within the boundaries of the institution, professional autonomy is negotiated within an institutional context.
regulators probe Autonomy's finances Autonomy founder Mike Lynch defends company's books HP sued over Autonomy-deal accounting fiasco WSJ Law Blog: Are lawyers to blame for the HP-Autonomy mess?
Although Hackman and Oldham (1976) included autonomy as one of five core job dimensions in their job characteristics model in the 1970s, the widespread use of autonomy (and the related ideas of empowerment and self-management) in job design did not materialize in the United States for several decades (Guzzo & Dickson, 1996; Langfred, 2000; Spreitzer, 1996).
Several chapters start from the observation that the term autonomy is used in manifold ways: the first question addressed in the book is whether this is problematic or not.
HP acquired Autonomy with the goal to expand in cloud-computing and add software that searches a broad range of data.
HP CEO Meg Whitman has come forward to reassure customers that the future of its Autonomy product line is safe, a day after HP disclosed an alleged accounting scandal at the company it acquired last year.
COMPUTER giant Hewlett-Packard claims it was "lied to" when it shelled out more than PS6billion for British software firm Autonomy.
COMPUTER giant Hewlett-Packard claim they were "lied to" when they shelled out more than PS6billion for British software firm Autonomy.
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