Active Subject

Active Subject

A person who has given informed consent and is actively participating in a clinical study, either through enrolment, treatment or follow-up.
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Active subject of legal action is the sender until the recipient withdraws the waybill, or connects their merchandise supports his rights under art.
The dynamic between illicit eating and being eaten, predator and prey, is a pattern throughout Supper Club, with each character oscillating between passive object and active subject. As the main protagonist, Roberta, reflects, "eating and love had been, throughout my life, irrevocably connected...
To ensure availability of the right substrate Tata Steel has developed an alternative substrate, called TCCT, itself an active subject of EngDoc research.
Since the active subject does not surface and the patient object takes its place, the Arabic grammarians called this object a deputy subject (not the real agent).
In principle, the subjects of the legal relation of obligations are individualized from the very beginning of the bond, but there may be situations when the active subject is only determinable and not determined.
"3D-audio is the hot topic today in virtual reality (VR) that is currently a very active subject in both academic and industrial research," Katz said.
Russia is doing no less: it is still busy creating the Razvite megaproject, which recovers the tradition of Great Plans to promote Russia's industrialisation in the last century and also aims to recompose the European-Asian continent as the foremost active subject on the worldwide scene.
there are only two kind of women, goddesses and doormats' is at odds with Bourgeois' efforts to 'turn woman from an object into an active subject'.
Offenses of corruption or service, with few exceptions, are crimes that require a qualified active subject determined by the quality of "public officer" as required by the text of criminality in case most of the cases of offenses of corruption or service (taking Bribe--article 289 Criminal Code, embezzlement--article 295 of the Criminal Code, abuse of office--article 297 Criminal Code., negligence in service--article 298 Criminal Code, misuse of office in sexual purposes--article 299 Criminal Code., usurping the function--article 300 Criminal Code., conflict of interests--article 301 Criminal Code).
The poem "South Parade Peddler" empowers the female voice as a socially, economically, and sexually active subject in 1940s Kingston, while beckoning the pedestrians to purchase her wares using double-entendre and rhythmic creativity to "croon her request."
Taking the position of an active subject, but not the object of influence in different situation of interaction, an adolescent may consciously make his choice, make independent decisions, live in accordance with his values and beliefs, reducing the probability of formation of the deviant behavior, as in situation of dependent behavior a human loses his active and initiative beginning, loses his subjectivity.
In other words, the active subject of the interference is the Muslim actor.