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Change favorableness. We adopted four items ([alpha] = .91) from a change favorableness scale developed by Fedor et al.
We measured brand loyalty with the degree of brand preference, brand favorableness and purchase intention which are properly selected scales used by Aaker(1991) and Chaudhuri and Holbrook(2001)
Attitude toward behavior (ATB) can be considered as a person's general feeling of favorableness or un-favorableness for a behavior (Ajzen & Fishbein, 1980).
Moreover, attitudes are general overall assessments (e.g., degree of favorableness) toward specific stimuli (Sierra, Compton, & Frias-Gutierrez, 2008).
But according to McLaurin and Al-Amri (2008), numerous differences between these two terms exist like charisma being one among the qualities of a transformational leader rather than the sole element, the effect of situational favorableness or uncertainty on both approaches, transformational behavior de-emphasizing charisma, the charismatic leader's possible self-centeredness and the probable negative effects of charismatic leadership (McLaurin and Al- Amri, 2008).
Though not mentioned specifically, this chapter seems to draw from agenda setting theory in its definitions of favorableness, placement, and size or length of story.
Quality of Work Life (QWL) refers to the favorableness or unfavorableness of a total job environment for people.
Job satisfaction can be defined as "the favorableness or unfavorableness with which employees view their work (Castle, 2006)." Lambeth (1987) was first to report on the job satisfaction of public health sanitarians (also known as environmental health specialists or registered sanitarians).
(3) Breeding cows are 3+-yr-old females, but might include some few primiparous 2-yr-old and even a few yearling females, which would vary proportionally with the favorableness of the year.
Regardless of the field of employment, job satisfaction can be viewed as "the favorableness with which employees view their work" (Sansgiry & Ngo, 2004, p.
Leadership situations in academic departments: Relations among measures of situational favorableness and control.