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Interdependence

 

the mutual conditioning by components of the reality of their existence, the mutual dependence of their individual characteristics. A special type of interdependence is correlation, which is a strongly mediated interdependence. In the present-day literature of philosophical logic and specialized science the concept of correlation is used more frequently than that of interdependence.

I. S. ALEKSEEV

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Previous studies have found that individuals, who are in a collectivist cultures, are generally interdependent within their groups, such as family, tribe, nation and so on.
Hypothesis 1: Regarding recycling attitudes, perceived social exclusion will have a positive effect among people with a predominantly interdependent self-construal, whereas it will have a negative effect among people with a predominantly independent self-construal.
First, we propose the general model of two controlled interdependent networks A and B, which take into account not only the intranetwork coupling, but also the time-varying internetwork delays coupling.
Interdependent consumers of all four cultures favored products that bring people together in using them or require several people to use them (e.g., games, karaoke), matching the interdependent need for group harmony and collective mentality.
In this increasingly interdependent world, your rivals can threaten you as much by collapsing as by rising.
Since human rights, peace and development were interdependent and interrelated, she warned that external pressures, threats and conditionalities would affect progress made and threaten the reconciliation process and the fragile peace, without which, the right to development cannot be realized.
There is a similar provision with respect to former adult interdependent partners.
Conversely, people with an interdependent self-construal will be less likely to self-gift as they tend to derive their motivations from what benefits others and a group as a whole, such as the need to be agreeable to others, to accommodate to their needs, and to restrain one's own wishes or wants.
interdependent elements forming a complex whole." A systematic theologian would appear to have the task of both demonstrating and explaining the interrelationships among the various interdependent elements that make up the complex whole of theology.
However, the roles of interdependent SC and masculinity/femininity were different for Japanese and American participants.
In athletic settings, an individual sports is considered as an independent task which does not require interaction with others, and a team sports is considered as an interdependent task which requires high interactions with others in the team.