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interdependent

 [in″ter-dĕ-pen´dent]
pertaining to actions or activities that require one individual to work with another. Interdependent nursing actions are those that are performed by the nurse after mutual determination by the nurse and the physician. They also include activities directed by the physician but requiring nursing judgment to perform.
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Keohane and Nye also differentiated between interdependence and dependence in analysing the role of power in politics and the relations between international actors.
Perceived task interdependence is the extent to which individuals believe that they rely on skills and information from others when performing a task (Shin et al.
This is how we see a comprehensive approach, not only me as a prime minister of Turkey but as an academician, I always believe in one principle: 'the best way to achieve peace is economic interdependence,'" he said.
Interdependence as a Requirement of the Future Operational Environment
But those forces for interdependence are degenerating into their opposite; we could call it the three faces of 'splinterdependence':
Clinton asked the students to define the term interdependence in a positive way [as an obligation]; whatever step they take next.
To develop a firm foundation for our research, we will draw on established theories, namely interdependence theory (Thibaut & Kelley, 1959; Kelley & Thibaut, 1978) and Emerson's (1962) power-dependence theory to argue that individuals' dependence on others makes them relatively powerless.
At the same time, this study provides a better comprehension of the concepts in the academic environment, but also outside it, by the recognition of the state transformations: political, economic and socio-cultural and of the characteristics of interdependence in practice.
The foundation also seeks to improve and change positively the patients' way of life through spreading and enhancing social interdependence and co-operation, focusing on providing awareness on the nature of cancer and the means to treat it," Al Haddabi added.
The National Telecom Regulatory Authority has recently challenged a ruling released by the Administrative Judiciary Court halting the implementation of the authority's recent decision to determine the price of interdependence and end outgoing calls made on mobile networks and landlines.
Interdependence has long been regarded as the essential aspect of a team (Mintzberg, 1979; Salas, Dickinson, Converse, & Tannenbaum, 1992).
I think you mean a world moving to greater co-operation between independent nations rather than interdependence.