interconnectedness

[in-ter-kuh-nek-tid-nis]
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Origin of interconnectedness

First recorded in 1920–25; interconnect + -ed2 + -ness
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Historical Examples of interconnectedness

  • The interconnectedness of the world takes rather subtle aspects when it comes to food.

  • Distributed knowledge and interconnectedness have replaced the structure of top-down command.

  • Calls for nursing might include a call to be known as caring person and a call to have interconnectedness recognized and affirmed.

  • To know of, through and with nursing necessitates methods and techniques that honor freedom, creativity, and interconnectedness.