The proliferation of work in this area has led to a variety of conceptual and operational definitions of norms and norm-related constructs.
Perhaps even more diverse than the operationalization of the concept of norms is the use of social referents in the measurement of norms.
The reefer, FMCG, parcels and logistics, tippers (blue metal and sand), auto components (tires), and LPG tanker segments will not be impacted by the implementation of the new axle load norms. The fleet operators of this segment expect a shift towards the ICV segment for better load utilization and profitability.
- What is the impact of the new axle norms across various user segments?
Social norm refers to individuals' perceived social pressure to act or not to act prosocially (Ajzen, 1991).
Relationships Among the Norm Activation Model Variables
Her work focuses on civilian protection, internal conflict, and political violence in South and Southeast Asia, and international norms
of sovereign responsibility and protection.
"(Look) at how norms
have changed around breastfeeding and family planning."
Commentators have argued that moral and social norms
are deeply linked, with some suggesting that their distinction is not easily drawn (14).
Key Words: Cephalometric norms
; McNamara analysis; Orthognathic surgery.
Militaries stand to gain additional unique advantages from widespread adherence to operational space norms
can serve to highlight abnormal behavior, enabling warning of and protection against space threats.
The surveillance chapter explores state sovereignty norms
to consider when border security expands into a responsibility to protect (R2P).