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Native Americans, on the other hand, were classified based on a certain percentage of Indian blood. Fellows will also receive funding to attend research conferences throughout the year. Production: The act of making goods or services through the combination of labour power and means of production. [23] [24] Individuals engage in the economy as consumers, labourers, and investors, providing both money and labour power. In the words of its main architect, Albert Bandura, "Social learning theory approaches the explanation of human behavior in terms of a continuous reciprocal interaction between cognitive, behavioral, and environmental determinants" (Social Learning Theory, 1977).

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