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Definition of Disruptiveness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Disruptiveness
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1. Science and Citizenship: A Lecture Delivered Before the Manchester by Victor Branford (1906)
"What then amid this apparent confusion and disruptiveness of science is the inquiring citizen to do if he wishes to know the bearing of science on ..."
2. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1879)
"... and that sensitive differ from non-sensitive discharges mainly in the scale of the discontinuity due to the disruptiveness, causing a difference between ..."
3. Authority in the Modern State by Harold Joseph Laski, ( (1919)
"He demands the Catholic religion as a safeguard against the disruptiveness of rationalism.165 It will provide men with a sanction of self-sacrifice. ..."
4. Cavendish by Christa Jungnickel, Russell McCormmach (1996)
"... various places on the indispensability and value of committees and on the inescapable disruptiveness of human individuality in the work of committees. ..."
5. Prevention Plus II: Tools for Creating and Sustaining Drug-Free Communities (1994)
"... younger) of aggressiveness, disruptiveness, impatience, shyness, impulsiveness, and acting-out behavior may be predictive of later behavioral problems, ..."