Hopmann

Hop·mann

(hop'mahn),
Carl M., German rhinologist, 1849-1925. See: Hopmann papilloma, Hopmann polyp.
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El estudio de Hopmann, Vliegenthart, De Vreese y Albaek, titulado "Effects of Election News Coverage: How Visibility and Tone Influence Party Choice" y centrado en el discurso mediatico, esta vez desde la perspectiva de los efectos de la cobertura mediatica de comunicacion electoral, estudia como la visibilidad de un partido y el tono utilizado en los informativos de television influyen en la seleccion del partido por el electorado (2010: 389).
(1999) German Didaktik: Models of Representation, of Intercourse, and of Experience, en WESTBURY, I.; HOPMANN, S.
Terrence Hopmann insists that most research reveals that problem solving produces "more frequent, efficient, equitable, and durable agreements than bargaining does." (36) Most negotiations, however, are neither purely competitive nor collaborative but what negotiation theorists call "mixed motive" scenarios, involving both mutual dependence and conflict.
Prais' comment comes in a chapter he wrote for PISA According to PISA, edited by Stefan Thomas Hopmann, Gertrude Brinek, and Martin Retzl, all of the University of Vienna.
Westbury, Ian, Hopmann, Stefan & Riquarts, Kurt (2000), Teaching as a Reflective Practice.
"It's likely that Nicaragua has the most modern and the densest broadband Internet carrier infrastructure in Central America," says Cornelio Hopmann, Exec.
(22.) Laursen LS, Overgaard MT, Nielsen CG, Boldt HB, Hopmann KH, Conover CA, et al.
High, P., Hopmann, M., LaGasse, L., Sege, R., Moran, J., Guiterrez, C., et al.
(7.) Ole Holsti, Terrence Hopmann, John Sullivan, Unity and Disintegration in International Alliances (New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1973).