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construct

Psychol a model devised on the basis of observation, designed to relate what is observed to some theoretical framework

construct

any theoretical or heuristic sociological concept. The use of the term ‘construct’ makes apparent the ‘invented’, mentally constructed, heuristic or explanatory purpose of many concepts in sociology. See also IDEAL TYPE.
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Col Abdullah Ali Mankhas, Director of the CID Department at RAK Police, said the RAK Police had received several reports on power cables robbery from construction sites over the last few months.
Maj Gen Al Mazeina called on those responsible for construction sites to ensure proper security measures on site to prevent thefts.
The owner of Honeycutt Companies, Erick Fernandez stated, “Our goal is to be the best home and family resource center and information portal for assisting all Anaheim homeowners with their Construction Site Cleanup needs.
Before severe weather events, the Department issues a weather advisory to thousands of property owners and contractors, warning them to properly secure their buildings and construction sites.
Police list a number of seemingly obvious measures to keep robbers from construction sites, including the installation of alarm systems and surveillance cameras.
5) Hispanic or Latino workers were slightly more likely to be killed at a road construction site than they were in all fatal workplace injuries.
He revealed that Bulgaria's labor inspector checked 5000 construction site around the country in 2009 finding an average of four violations per site.
The settlement requires Hovnanian to develop improved pollution prevention plans for each construction site, conduct additional site inspections and promptly correct any problems detected.
Cooper Land Development has agreed to settle the allegations that it failed to properly manage construction site stormwater runoff and implement erosion control at five of its housing developments in Missouri, West Virginia and Arkansas.
The prizes are different in each category, but include a zoo, a construction site and a crawler crane.
Accufab Ironworks has agreed to a $3,000 fine for failing to have a discharge permit and failing to effectively control sediments washing off of the construction site at its facility in Goshen.

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