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Find the Gerunds and Participles. Translate the sentences.

  1. The individual elements of the model, as elaborated in this work, represent the tested output of empirical research.
  2. These represent the two major methods employed in gathering evidence to justify the claim that media violence affects behaviour.
  3. Even as a journalistic metaphor, reifying public opinion can have pernicious effects by leading to misinterpretations of political reality.
  4. They are simple signs indicating which class is declining and which is on the rise.
  5. It is worth observing that some psychological studies have come to the opposite conclusion.
  6. Information about the individual helps to define the situation, enabling others to know in advance what he/she will expect of them and what they may expect of him/her.
  7. Consumption involves goods being purchased for their symbolic value, their meaning to the consumer, not just for their material value.
  8. Today we live in a world in which deep integration organized primarily within the production networks of TNCs is becoming increasingly pervasive.
  9. This control is achieved largely by influencing the definition of the situation.
  10. This procedure (which may also be called a normative definition) consists of determining the expectations held by each individual member of the population.
  11. Participants were allowed to ask questions by raising their hands.
  12. Analyzing popular texts requires a double focus.
  13. Generally speaking, would you say that most people can be trusted or that you can’t be too careful in dealing with people?
  14. The man who deceives the others begins by deceiving himself.
  15. A conceptual model frequently employed these days in the social science is the “closed natural system”.
  16. Pennsylvania passed legislation in 1848 allowing wives the right to own the property they had inherited or been given.
  17. We are accustomed to viewing the history of that time as s struggle between Christianity and other religions.
  18. If you are talking to a child, you change your level of pronunciation without knowing it.
  19. Many sociologists, especially those relying primarily on surveys and other quantitative methods, have been criticized for viewing people as objects passively responding to the meaning of the others.
  20. Even when the qualifications needed were the same, jobs occupied mostly by women were paid less than jobs occupied mostly by men.
  21. In seeking to resolve this contradiction the author turns to the analogue of language.
  22. Having adopted the processual view on ritual, Turner discussed the importance of the liminal phase in ritual.
  23. Following the passage model, he identifies a 3-phased process in ritual.
  24. Regulation has a number of meanings, depending on the context.
  25. Descriptive systems for dealing with these aspects of speech have now been developed.
  26. The survey objective is collecting data on events occurring in specified time periods.

toelaborate – разрабатывать, обдумывать

toreify – материализовать, превращать в нечто конкретное

perniciousвредный, пагубный

TNCs = transnational corporations

зervasive – проникающий, распространяющийся

to deceive - обманывать

frequently = often

to pass legislationпринятьзакон

toinherit – получить по наследству

to rely onполагатьсяна

to seek to do smthи= to try to do smth

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