4--results obtained from the main hypothesis that the competitive strategies has a meaningful effect on competitiveness in Tose'h Asre Shomal bank that the element of " discrimination strategy " has a positive and meaningful effect by the coefficient of 0.62, the element of " strategy of cost leadership " has a positive and meaningful effect by the coefficient of 0.71 and the element of " focusing strategy " has a positive and meaningful effect by the coefficient of 0.59 on comparativeness
Novak and Crawford, (2001) found that students with high social comparativeness
were more likely to engage in risky behaviors than their less comparative peers.
Thus, while the characteristics of Eurocentric analysis are ethnocentrism (lack of tolerance of other cultures), etnocentrism (lack of tolerance of other races), xenophobia (fear of other races), survival of the Attest, comparativeness
, competition, separateness, specialization and compartmentalization, the characteristics of Afrocentric analysis are xenophilia (love of strangers), genophilia (love of one's own race), survival of the group, inclusiveness, co-operation, communalism, responsibility and holism (Goffman,1979).
When you look at the comparativeness
map of Abu Dhabi and how you can better position Abu Dhabi on the global map, it is all about investing in talent--that, quite simply, is our future prosperity--and investing in technology, because that's how you differentiate yourself from others in the region.
and performance management approaches require a Tayloristic simplification of what are often complex and contextually sensitive issues.
Further on in the paper I explore elements from my work, Heisting beauty (2007), to introduce a comparativeness
between my work and Cohen's so as to indicate why the use of the term pariah (5)--associated with the marginalised and of rejection--is useful as an enabling term when reading both my work and Cohen's.
[...] The nemo is a man's sense of his own futility and ephemerality; of his relativity, his comparativeness
; of his virtual nothingness" (Fowles, 1980: 47-9).
In short, data from outside sources should be validated for true comparativeness
with internal data and measurements, according to Young.
McCord says that this is "unjust" because of the "comparative disparity of sentences without a rational basis, and the arbitrariness of the selection process." "There is," he concludes, "an irreducible element of comparativeness
in the concept of `justice.'" Id.
He warned in 1956 that social intervention could seldom be legitimated in terms of such divisive comparativeness
even if it were a common phenomenon: "At any rate, there would be too much doubt and disagreement to justify an egalitarian policy simply on grounds of personal resentments" (1956, p.