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Chinese one; it began to change after Stalin's death in 1953 and abandoned mass terror. The Communist regimes in the Soviet Union and CEE had to look for some sort of social legitimacy and less coercive method of control over societies. This was especially

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aim of gaining legitimacy (Milem et al. 2000 ). If, the universities are converging, the contexts of the researchers are also converging, and thus less explanation would be found at the institutional level. Moreover, the dominant force in

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representatives, only one-third of young people are of the opinion that students' votes give legitimacy to student council leaders. Most believe the representatives of the student council have been picked by homeroom teachers and principals. Perhaps this can be

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society. In order for research on polygamous women to be an accurate representation of their “truth,” it must resist “ presumptions about false consciousness and assume the authenticity, ‘truth,’ and legitimacy of the stories women tell… this approach

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this does not take the legitimacy or nosological importance of substance use disorders. For this reason, IGD as a maladaptive coping behavior fits perfectly well within an addiction framework and does not invalidate its status as a mental health

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shamans, their disciples and church leaders as ‘drug traffickers’ involved in illegal markets – is misinformed, not based on evidence, and contributes to confusion about the human rights based legitimacy of these practices” (p. 24). Thus, they recommended

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of identity, truth, and legitimacy ( Chase, 2008 ). Adopting a constructivist approach of understanding social realities, the research is positioned within an interpretive view of culture, not seen as a group’s pattern of behavior, but as

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variations call our attention to the restraining framework of cultural boundaries, the peripheral situation of literature. The generation arising in the early 2000s also debated the durability and legitimacy of the notion of “Slovakian Hungarian literature

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high technology. We believe that this justifies the legitimacy of the approach of analyzing only the giants or big players in technology in many previous papers on high-technology. In particular, USPTO is representative of a large body of the

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wider values of society, namely by defining research priorities according to the rules of saliency, credibility, and legitimacy. This paper represents further research from the authors aiming to clarify the sources and influences underlying the

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