reciprocity

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reciprocity

any relationship between two parties or things in which there is mutual action, giving and taking. See EXCHANGE, NORM OF RECIPROCITY, GIFT EXCHANGE AND GIFT RELATIONSHIP.
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Few studies have looked at the reciprocal relationship between parental monitoring and adolescent sexual risk behavior.
Notably, nationals of Arab countries are exempt from the reciprocal relationship requirement mentioned above.
The term to describe this way of working is "co-production'" which has been defined as "delivering public services in an equal and reciprocal relationship between professionals, people using services, their families and their neighbours".
The proteins have a reciprocal relationship - they increase each other's production and stability in the cells - so the result is a snowball effect that Robison calls a feed-forward loop.
This reciprocal relationship is great for the Countryside Unit and for Cummins.
This paper will discuss Anna and her supervising teacher's development of a reciprocal relationship reflecting Noddings notion of Ethics of Care in a classroom where the NSW Quality Teaching Framework was utilised to inform practice.
There should be a comprehensive approach for both mind and body This reciprocal relationship maximizes health benefits, and has exponentially positive consequences beyond the individual.
Through their work, the artists in this exhibition examine the reciprocal relationship between metaphors, research and methods.
The conference, organised by Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, a German think tank, and the College of Communication and Media Services of Zayed University aimed at exploring the reciprocal relationship between societal changes and the media.
s entrance into Torres's experience provides a reciprocal relationship between them, and thus presents an example of what Aidan Kavanagh (and the Eastern Christian tradition) called primary theology.
In the early "90s, working with AIDS patients in New York I learned firsthand about the reciprocal relationship between listening and telling.
In this way, a reciprocal relationship can easily be reconverted into a business relationship if things go sour.