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The figure 3 depicts that sociologically Negative image of New Silk Road to Pakistan attributed more to security positive for Pakistan under CPEC [beta] = 0.335 as compared to security positive for China [beta] = 0.311.
His conclusion is that recordings produced outside of industrial hubs, such as New York or Chicago, commercially benefited from being sociologically disconnected, which in this case translates as "difficult-to-categorize" (19).
When this happens, unions become stronger both financially and sociologically, and there will be no room for conflict and unrest.
It is sociologically important in dispelling myths about generations in work.
While writing with great sympathy, the authors criticize the view that "contemporary Islamic thinkers are treated sociologically rather than as theologians" in academia (p.
The prospectus says: "The central objective is to unravel the sociologically relevant dimensions of the fame of Lady Gaga."
For academics and students, the quarter forms a distinctive world within Lebanon's capital Beirut that is ripe for study, both historically and sociologically. The area has a special significance
This text carries the public sociology movement into the classroom and teaches students to think sociologically, to develop a sociological eye, and to use sociological tools to become effective participants in a democratic society.
But these sections are also only a small part of a larger project to encourage the reader to 'think' sociologically; something that will become increasingly important for physiotherapists in the coming years.
What has happened politically and sociologically in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe continues to be documented with ardor.
Adorno himself had plenty of opportunity, for example at Darmstadt, to demonstrate that his sociologically grounded philosophy of music could not engage contemporary compositions productively.
The overall goal was to promote science education by engaging students in a sociologically authentic scientific research including anonymous peer review.
To be sure, liberals do tend to be sociologically individualistic, but no more so than conservatives and fundamentalists who seek the personal salvation of unbelievers.
Among their perspectives are critical issues in the theory, cultural capital, differentiation of health, managing uncertainty though participation, thinking sociologically, and the health society.
The first chapter is titled "Sociologically Speaking, What Kind of Group Was the Christian Assembly?" The chapter seemed to this reviewer, who is an Americanist, to be a rather dense summary of the work of a variety of scholars that did not offer much insight on the issue of "official" versus "lived" worship.