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wholism

(ho'lizm) [By clang association or as a pun with holism] Holism.

wholism,

n See holism.
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The comparison of "Sample A" (first semester, Fall 2007 group) and "Sample B" (second semester, Spring 2008 group) provide validation for the modified curricular change and also warrant the integration of wholism, Generation Y and Service Learning literature to the current student audience.
In keeping with this article's epistemological stance of "materialist wholism," the two categories are derived from the totality of the global security regime.
This shows how faithfulness to the paradigm of biblical wholism has begun to transform the politics of culture and the politics of territory.
The ideas of systems theory are very rich and include the notion of wholism and the interrelatedness of objects and events in the parts of the whole.
David Hakken treats anthro-ethics in the 1990s, urging sober reflection and a return to a sense of wholism.
Friday's keynote speaker was Robbie Davis-Floyd, who spoke on "Midwives in the Age of Technocracy--Guardians of Wholism in Birth.
There are seven criteria for the establishment of an Afrocentric methodology identified by Mazama (2003): 1) The African experience must guide and inform all inquiry; 2) The spiritual is important and must be given its due place; 3) Immersion in the subject is necessary; 4) Wholism is a must; 5) Intuition is a valid source of information; 6) Not everything that matters is measurable; and 7) Knowledge generated must be liberating (Mazama, 2003: 27).
Dodds considers the concept of "holistic dog care" as wholism, "the original, traditional form of health care that encompasses the whole body and the ambient environment.
From its very historical and cultural context, it is family-centered, not female-centered, and it is first and foremost concerned with race empowerment rather than female empowerment, which, in reality, is a part of, not separate from, the wholism of Africana life.