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coaction

(kō-ăk′shən)
n.
1. An impelling or restraining force; a compulsion.
2. Joint action.
3. Ecology Any of the reciprocal actions or effects, such as symbiosis, that can occur in a community.

co·ac′tive adj.
co·ac′tive·ly adv.
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The following principles provide an overview of the basic principles of a coactive system model of the nature and development of human action and experience.
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They may not be as adept at meeting the personal and coactive needs of individuals with whom the communication events are taking place; therefore, they may not be as successful in their interactions with persons with whom they must associate as they work to build their practices; provide services on behalf of their patients; or work in other clinical, academic, or administrative settings.
Using Spanish helps us Hispanas/Latinas to "bring unprecedented modes of consciousness, agency, and collective action into being that (coactive with all other political formations) will provide us access to the liberatory global space as country people of the same psychic terrain" (Chela Sandoval, Methodology of the Oppressed [Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, 2000] 6).