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While previous studies have shown, on the one hand, that racially diverse communities are more likely to foster interracial friendships, other studies suggest that larger and diverse communities are more likely to foster attitudinally similar relationships because it becomes easier to select similar friends when one has access to many different social choices.
Attitudinally, jurors exhibited slightly more positive orientations toward the political system, reporting higher levels of trust and faith in their personal ability to have a say.
Do we want attitudinally loyal members, or behaviorally loyal members?
Attitudinally, kreng jai revolves around an individual being considerate, of taking another person's feelings and ego into account (Yukongdi 2010).
We like to think that we're attitudinally different to other credit card companies and are often prepared to take chances that others wouldn't.
The Lessons of Social Science Research, in JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE AT THE CROSSROADS: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH, supra note 170, at 103, 124 (cautioning against ignoring "the reality that judicial decision making is largely attitudinally based").
There was a significant transformation attitudinally.
Insider/outsider status is established structurally and attitudinally.
For decades, Gallup has researched customer engagement -- that is, how emotionally attached and attitudinally loyal to companies, brands, products, and services consumers are.
Here is the inner relationship between contemplative awareness and prophetic critique: by becoming attitudinally hospitable to the gratuity of our creaturely origination, and so to our primordial and continual dependence upon a God whose gift of creation comes ex nihilo--without any need, constraint, inner agitation, or ulterior motive to "expand" divine being--we contemplatively enter upon an infinitely pacific otherness who alone accepts us whole in the nakedness of our being.
The authors of the study emphasized that Arab-Canadian youth, male and female, were "symbolically and attitudinally well integrated into Canadian society" and proud of their Canadian identity (with those who identify more with being Canadian than Arab tending to be Christian rather than Muslim youth), while also proud of their Arab heritage and ethnic identity and the many positive things they enjoyed as a result of their heritage, such as family support, sharing, hospitality and friendliness.
A less-than-happy John Kear groaned: "We were out-competed, out-defended, out-kicked and attitudinally the opposition were far more urgent and desperate and showed a greater commitment and desire.