Shinar


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Shinar

(shī`när), in the Bible, the whole or a part of Babylonia.

Shinar

Old Testament the southern part of the valley of the Tigris and Euphrates, often identified with Sumer; Babylonia
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Encounters with the suffering of opponents are of particular significance because they profoundly shape the public perception of conflicts and influence any subsequent attempts at conflict resolution (Galtung, 1998, 2006; Shinar & Bratic, 2010; Wolfsfeld, 2004, 2011).
Firstly, the complementary function means that multiple external representations can provide different types of information and facilitate different types of learning processes (Meyer, Shinar, & Leiser, 1997).
Thanks to Adam Shinar, Chris Szabla and Mark Tushnet for their helpful comments.
However despite the critical growing importance of the media to conflict resolution and reconciliation scholars and practitioners have not yet adequately addressed the media's role in these areas (Aslam 2011; GIloba 2009; Lee and Maslog 2005; Shinar 2009b; Terzis 2008; Wolfsfeld 2004).
Here it says that a group of sinners after coming from the Eastern part of the world settled in the land of Shinar in Babylonia.
Este inventario esta basado en el cuestionario desarrollado por Wills, Sandy, Yaeger, Cleary y Shinar (2001) y ha sido empleado en otros estudios con buenas propiedades psicometricas (Gamez-Guadix et al.
Shinar, Dov (2003), The Peace Process in Cultural Conflict: The Role of the Media, in Conflict & Communication online, Vol 2, No.
The biggest challenge for transportation professionals is to develop efficiency and standard traffic management solutions that can improve pedestrian safety (Avineri, Shinar, & Susilo, 2012; Zegeer & Bushell, 2012).
Depression was assessed using the CES-D (Radloff, 1977; Shinar et al.