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attitudinally transform Indigenous people who are jobless and welfare
In Experiment 2, subjects were asked to read a proposal which was attitudinally either congruent or incongruent with their own prior policy attitudes towards the EU refugee quota system or towards the system of university accreditation in the Czech Republic.
looks exactly like Barry's father but is tonally and attitudinally very different from Henry Allen, who was very available emotionally and much softer; very much a warm blanket for Barry when he was at his most vulnerable," Shipp added of Jay.
"There's definitely traction for nativist (views) that fuel some voters, but the majority of Americans actually, attitudinally, are more tolerant and inclusionary than they were even 15 years ago."
Verdict Financial's "Customer Segmentation in UK Insurance: Individualism" focuses on one of eight attitudinally based consumer segments in our proprietary model - individualism - and explores this trait in relation to the market for key financial products.
Shopper Diversity/Empowerment: Today's shopper is more diverse demographically and attitudinally than ever before.
When looking at the value of the branch in the eyes of the affluent consumer, the affluent are not - for the most part - attitudinally ready to leave the branch completely behind, while the internet-ready segment is disproportionately affluent.
(8) They may not recognise that a problem is a legal issue capable of legal resolution (9) and, attitudinally, "might be more likely to 'put up with problems' as part of life, have higher tolerance levels and a greater degree of stoicism." (10) Some older people may perceive that lawyers are disinterested in their legal concerns (11) and there may be a "sense of fear, mistrust, uncertainty and ambivalence among older people towards accessing legal advice." (12)
They demonstrate that spouses are more similar to each other attitudinally (particularly among attitudes that are highly heritable) than they are physically, suggesting that attitudinal similarity strongly influences mate selection.
It is not logical to discuss overweight and obesity as if they are the same thing, or to discuss people as if they are all defined by the fact they are overweight or obese and that somehow makes them attitudinally homogenous.
[47] recommended that frontline employee's in-role performance would be measured by the number of committed customers and stakeholders, those who are emotionally attached and attitudinally loyal.