For a group of people of high homogeneity
, it is easy to forecast their next actions.
Yet calls for societal homogeneity
have become a characteristic not only of Japan.
Broadly speaking there is considerable homogeneity
between the EU and the EEA EFTA states.
In the following discussion we would like to determine how to describe the homogeneity
of SAR distribution.
In addition to the typical controls for the differential distribution of benefits and costs across communities, the models in this paper control for racial and social class composition to account for the possibility that, everything else equal, greater community homogeneity
can increase support for the public provision of environmental amenities if homogeneity
facilitates coordination, agreeing upon common policy goals, civic involvement, and the sharing of public goods.
The critical point is that comparisons between SIC3 and NAICS4 are more likely to involve reclassifications of firms rather than greater homogeneity
by design because of the extra digits allowed in NAICS.
(inhomogeneity) of RAP is estimated based on the variation parameters of each selected quality indicator: variance [[sigma].
Functional [PHI] is shift invariant (2) with abscissa homogeneity
property (4) and ordinate homogeneity
Many past studies have focused on ethnic and linguistic (or ethnolinguistic), religious, or economic homogeneity
In this contribution, however, we try to focus on the opposite dimension of this process reflected in one-timeness or temporal homogeneity
The performance, style, and homogeneity
of the group of artists forming the corps of such companies as the Kirov Ballet, the Paris Opera Ballet, or The Royal Ballet set these exceptional ballet companies apart from many other very good ones.
The MPAA emerges from Dick's film as a system stacked against the maverick auteur, hostile to the creative process, and conducive to bland homogeneity