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Author: Gordon Clanton
Publisher: Dutton Adult
Category: Group sex
The face, the lived understanding of the face, is precisely this constant effort to code the uncodeable that is the other, the intersubjective and ever-changing other. A coding that rests on the face as revelatory of something that ...
Author: Sharrona Pearl
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
of O.(b) is smaller than in equilibrium A. Moreover, since the equilibrium interaction level is also less than that of in equilibrium A, the utility level obtained from face-to-face interactions of course decreases.
Author: Kakuya Matsushima
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
... BRONZE SPEAR-HEAD AND PAIR OF ROMAN BRONZE HANDLEs (Plate E) - - - SITE of Discovery (Plate F) - - - BRONZE HEAD FOUND IN THE ALDE – - - PAGE to face to face lo face to face to face to face to face to face to face to face to face ...
Author: Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and Natural History
All the mentioned methods are arranged according to, for the first, the spectrum from face-to-face communication to one-way information transmission, and, for the second, the spectrum from standalone activity locally adjusted to the ...
Author: Patricia Layzell Ward
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Table 3.5 State Communication of Performance Funding Goals and Methods Institutional capacity State Institutional type Modality Total 100 Universities IN 22 OH 32 Community colleges 24 76 TN 46 80 23 35 22 18 Face- to- face Non- face- ...
Author: Kevin J. Dougherty
Publisher: JHU Press
... 62 Spreading modes automated spreading process face to face in both directions (zig–zag), 83, 83f face to face in ... 82,83f face up/down in one direction, 82,82f fabric spreading face down in single direction, 35, 35f face to face ...
Author: Ineta Vilumsone-Nemes
Publisher: Woodhead Publishing
Category: Technology & Engineering
The true self reflected These two experiments indicate that an individual's true self concept will become more accessible and ready to use in Internet interactions than in face-to-face interactions – but does that mean that true ...
Author: Adam Joinson
Publisher: OUP Oxford