The first examines the foundation and implications of Jeff's voyeuristic identity; the second addresses Lisa's expectations of power from being looked at, and the strategies she adopts when this typical avenue of control is closed off by Jeff's dogged grasp on his subjectivity; the third analyzes the cinematic shifts that effect a break in the audience's identification with Jeff's subjectivity and the implications for Jeff's discovery of the fulfillment of reciprocality
; and the last briefly considers the implications of Jeff's diegetic transformation on the meaning of the film's reflexivity and what the spectator is to understand about one's own position with regard to watching.
The remaining two hypotheses address the issue of the validity of cognitive theories of empowerment and LH and the reciprocality
of empowerment and LH, and also address comparisons of the results obtained across methods.
In the context of this study, motivation was considered a personal factor in the triadic reciprocality
model, and was operationalized by two constructs put forward by Pintrich and Zusho (2007): students' expectancy for success in a course (expectancy) and students' values and goals associated with a course (values/goals).
Bandura termed this concept triadic reciprocality
(see Figure 1) and stated that the interactions between the three factors do not have to occur simultaneously or with the same intensity.
This organizing framework extends and redefines the social learning theory concept of interaction based on triadic reciprocality
Bandura's triadic reciprocality
model (Figure 1) illustrates the bidirectional nature of the interacting determinants.
Rather, human functioning is explained in terms of a model of triadic reciprocality
in which behavior, cognitive and other personal factors, and environmental events all operate as interacting determinants of each other.
(a) personal factors in the form of cognition, affect, and biological events, (b) behavior, and (c) environmental influences create interactions that result in a triadic reciprocality
This study was further defined with Bandura's (1986, 1997) social cognitive theory and his concept of triadic reciprocality
. Bandura posited that personal factors (cognitive, affective, and biological), behavior, and the environment are all related which influence each other.
Over decades of study, accumulating evidence has demonstrated the reciprocality
between osteogenesis and adipogenesis, which is well documented in [69, 70].
in addressing is restricted by the gender of the addressee.
For a micro-economy or market, the yin-yang state of balance is derived by the intersection of the consumption-and-saving curve (CS) and the total production curve (TP) (see Figure B.1 in Appendix B.) The shift factors of these curves are then the forces of centrality, mutuality (based on the spirit of jenyi reciprocality
), and inter-space holistic transformations (consistent with ever changing forces of the I-Ching), among others.