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1. Politics of or involving a nation's domestic as opposed to foreign affairs
2. Education denoting assessment by examiners who are employed at the candidate's place of study
3. situated within, affecting, or relating to the inside of the body
4. a medical examination of the vagina, uterus, or rectum
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The independent variables were the situations (entrepreneurial success, failure, and exit); the explanatory style dimensions of internality, stability, globality, and controllability; and the overall attributional explanatory style.
The three questions, scored on a 7-point Liked-type scale, assess the perceived internality, stability, and globality of causes.
Rather, the paper addresses the problematic core assumption of internality which underwrites such narratives.
Something out there", with all its resonances of peripherality and externality, is the obverse formulation of the "laager", a metaphor which functions powerfully in and on the consciousness of most white South Africans and makes felt its resonances of self-protection and internality.
28, but the coping group showed a trend in the direction of increased internality with a mean of 14.
Macan and Trusty (1996) reported that the WLCS consists of two dimensions, namely, internality and externality, and they advised users of the scale to compute separate subscales.
Masculinities determine the acceptable ways to manage suffering in areas such as expressivity, emotionality, internality, and reliance on others (Black, 2006).
The merged data revealed a pattern that mirrored the anthropology-only analysis (see Table 2); social work students and anthropology students shared a model on the dimensions of amenability to change and importance, but not on the internality / externality of the causes or whether they were mental health issues.
Participants ranked themselves on each item in the direction of increasing internality, stability, and globality (i.
emotional balance, personal and social adjustment, a lower level of anxiety, internality, self-efficacy beliefs, higher achievement motivation, higher social status and educational level).
The structure of another landscape poem, "On the Cliffs," adopts a similar circular pattern to that of "Evening on the Broads" in which we enter the action through an in-between state of ambiguity and end it with a sense of resolved internality and externality, with a consummate union of paradox.
Peacocke's imagery of intimacy, internality, and interpenetration in the creative process suggests to him that the language of human procreation might offer a viable means by which to talk about God as transcendent, incarnate, and immanent Creator.