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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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Researchers have come in, done research and never really had a reciprocal relationship with tribal people.
Mnuchin said Washington's ultimate goal was a 'free, fair and reciprocal relationship' with Beijing.
The signatories will also cooperate in training of researchers of each other and in that case research personnel and trainees shall have a reciprocal relationship with the receiving party.
In "Wittgenstein's Ethics and Modern Warfare" he has written an original and insightful study that establishes a reciprocal relationship between Ludwig Wittgenstein's notion of ethics and the experience of war.
We have done much to help Japan, would like to see more of a reciprocal relationship. It will all work out!"
There is a reciprocal relationship between middle market firms and the metropolitan areas in which they operate, as uncovered by the Middle Market Power Index: Best U.S.
There is a strong reciprocal relationship whereby our more ambitious design visions encourage the continuing development of the new digital technologies and fabrication techniques, and those new developments in turn inspire us to push the design envelope ever further," Hadid once said.
Blue Quills has demonstrated responsible academic leadership through its accreditation with the National Indigenous Accreditation Board and a reciprocal relationship with the World Indigenous Higher Education Consortium, as well as the development of its own bachelor, master and doctoral degrees and several initiatives with public institutions.
Helping others inevitably promotes a reciprocal relationship. When you are in need, you will have others willing to help.
(19) One prospective study of middle adolescents found a reciprocal relationship between parental monitoring and adolescent delinquency: Low levels of monitoring predicted increases in delinquent behavior, and high levels of delinquency predicted decreases in parental monitoring.
Reciprocity refers to a reciprocal relationship, which involves mutual social exchange as opposed to a one-way relationship.
This study by Li (Tsinghua U., China) seeks to understand the Chinese immigrant community in New Zealand through a systematic analysis of the reciprocal relationship between New Zealand Chinese-language media and the audience reception to these media.