At its root, the pervasiveness
doctrine relies on a stunted view of individual responsibility and property rights.
Reno, it did not reject the pervasiveness
Yet drawing admits shades and nuances that photographs and television images, despite their pervasiveness
, cannot, and Mumford clearly believes that the exposure to duration inherent in "anachronistic" handmade art can counteract the waning of affect produced by information saturation.
The frustration of bureaucratic control, the need for understanding between all cultures, and the pervasiveness
of new technology are all addressed in this novel and provide great topics for discussion.
So, despite the potential pervasiveness
and seriousness of the recently surfaced problem, if the electric industry doesn't have to cope with excessive added out-of-service time for the nuclear plants, power supplies this spring and summer should be adequate.
may carry a price, Meade and two other investigators warned at this week's American Society for Microbiology meeting in Los Angeles.
90) The pervasiveness
of this middle-class value system throughout the Survey demonstrates the growing employment opportunities in social science fields for middle-class professionals.
of fragmentation and abstraction perhaps signals that resolution is not an appropriate goal for this historical moment.
Preventing terrorist attacks in the future requires long-term planning that addresses some of the core reasons for the pervasiveness
of anti-American sentiments around the world, especially in the Middle East.
Dickerson was surprised to find that despite the pervasiveness
of the haze, it contained very little ozone, a prime component of Los Angeles-type smog.