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Hierarchy and interdependence in multi-level structures

Tamara Kovziridze

Hierarchy and interdependence in multi-level structures

foreign and European relations of Belgian, German and Austrian federated entities

by Tamara Kovziridze

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Published by VUBPRESS in Brussels .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementTamara Kovziridze
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJC355 .K67 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination288 p. ;
Number of Pages288
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24481729M
ISBN 109054875364
ISBN 109789054875369
LC Control Number2010366411

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65). The most basic principle of the theory is encapsulated in the equation I = ƒ[A, B, S], which says that all interpersonal. ‘Multi-level’ referred to the increased interdepend- The Structure of the Book hierarchy, interdependence, or relative independence characterizes relation.

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Structure can increase or decrease the flow of communication. Reachability refers to the way in which one member is or isn’t connected to other group members. For example, the “Circle” group structure in Figure “Small Group Structures” shows that each group member is connected to two other members.

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