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and ( 3 ) the attitudes and opinions of the respondents concerning bidding procedures and the methods of awarding defense contracts.
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3 and attitudes
Portrayed in more detail, it is associated with ( 1 ) a certain set of attitudes towards the world, the idea of the world as open to transformation, by human intervention ; ( 2 ) a complex of economic institutions, especially industrial production and a market economy ; ( 3 ) a certain range of political institutions, including the nation-state and mass democracy.
Nuclear weapons and nuclear proliferation in the Middle East, Israeli nuclear weapons, Iranian nuclear program, proposal for a Middle Eastern zone free of weapons of mass destruction, Arab attitudes towards nuclear weapons and nuclear proliferation ; 3.
There are four attitudes that Gerbner focused on: ( 1 ) the chances of involvement with violence, ( 2 ) fear of walking alone at night, ( 3 ) perceived activity of police, and ( 4 ) general mistrust of people.
Cookie and Melvin Fish are Bob's friendly Canadian cousins from Toronto, they both have carefree attitudes and always have a positive and humorous view of life, the TV series depict them as being proud Canadians and always having compare Toronto as being a better city than New York ( season 3 episodes 1 " Stranded in Toronto " ), however as much as they love and adore Bob and Margaret, they certainly and unknowingly annoy them at numerous times.
The challenge for the psychology of religion is essentially threefold: ( 1 ) to provide a thoroughgoing description of the objects of investigation, whether they be shared religious content ( e. g., a tradition's ritual observances ) or individual experiences, attitudes, or conduct ; ( 2 ) to account in psychological terms for the rise of such phenomena ; and ( 3 ) to clarify the outcomes — the fruits, as William James put it — of these phenomena, for individuals and for the larger society.
The Choirboys is considered an indictment of the LAPD hierarchy in several ways: 1 ) the choirboys ' dislike and distrust of command-level officers ; 2 ) the way the investigation into the shooting was handled ; and 3 ) many of their superiors ' apathetic attitudes about the pressures officers have to deal with.
The questionnaire consists of ( 1 ) 23 true / false / undecided response items assessing knowledge, ( 2 ) 23 Likert scale items assessing general attitudes toward near-death phenomena and ( 3 ) 20 Likert scale items assessing attitude toward caring for a client who has had an NDE.
The discovery would certainly be front-page news everywhere ; the degree of political or social repercussion would probably depend on leadership's interpretation of ( 1 ) its own role, ( 2 ) threats to that role, and ( 3 ) national and personal opportunities to take advantage of the disruption or reinforcement of the attitudes and values of others.
3 and opinions
Because the DIX proposal was most technically complete and because of the speedy action taken by ECMA which decisively contributed to the conciliation of opinions within IEEE, the IEEE 802. 3 CSMA / CD standard was approved in December 1982.
Scholars have differing opinions on the total or partial authenticity of the reference in Book 18, Chapter 3, 3 of the Antiquities to the execution of Jesus by Pontius Pilate, a passage usually called the Testimonium Flavianum.
1925 was an exceedingly busy year for the court, which sat for 210 days, with four extraordinary sessions as well as the ordinary session, producing 3 judgments and 4 advisory opinions.
3 of the advisory opinions were on the Competence of the European Commission on the Danube, and the 4th was on the Jurisdiction of Danzig Courts.
Despite being unable to get a new resolution authorizing force and citing section 3 of the Joint Resolution passed by the U. S. Congress, President George W. Bush asserted peaceful measures could not disarm Iraq of the weapons he alleged it to have and launched a second Gulf War, despite multiple dissenting opinions and questions of integrity about the underlying intelligence.
There are conflicting opinions on this phenomenon also called cainism —" No evidence of sibling aggression, but youngest in brood of 3 almost always dies of starvation ..." Considering that the 2 parents must provide food for 3 chicks at a rate of one feeding per hour after day 17 after incubation, one can understand why the last of the chicks to hatch has the least chance of survival.
There are several market research practices that may be used: ( 1 ) concept testing, which evaluates reactions to a film idea and is fairly rare ; ( 2 ) positioning studios, which analyze a script for marketing opportunities ; ( 3 ) focus groups, which probe viewers ' opinions about a film in small groups prior to release ; ( 4 ) test screenings, which involve the previewing of films prior to theatrical release ; ( 5 ) tracking studies, which gauge ( often by telephone polling ) an audience's awareness of a film on a weekly basis prior to and during theatrical release ; ( 6 ) advertising testing, which measures responses to marketing materials such as trailers and television advertisements ; and finally ( 7 ) exit surveys, that measure audience reactions after seeing the film in the cinema.
The firm agreed to “ pay over $ 9. 3 million in penalties .” On April 28, 2003, the same firm was found to have “ issued research reports that were not based on principles of fair dealing and good faith .. contained exaggerated or unwarranted claims .. and / or contained opinions for which there were no reasonable bases .” The firm was fined $ 110 million dollars, for a total of $ 119. 3 million dollars in fines in six months.
Scholars have differing opinions on the total or partial authenticity of the reference in Book 18, Chapter 3, 3 of the Antiquities to the execution of Jesus by Pontius Pilate, a passage usually called the Testimonium Flavianum ..
" In a later larger survey conducted among the members of the American Astronomical Society, where 2611 were questionnaires mailed and 1356 were returned, Sturrock found out that opinions were equally diverse, with 23 % replying " certainly ", 30 % " probably ", 27 % " possibly ", 17 % " probably not ", and 3 % " certainly not ", to the question of whether the UFO problem deserves scientific study.
As a result of his speedy and efficient work attorneys began to employ him directly, and within 10 years he was making £ 3, 000 a year just from opinions.
Åke Green (), born 3 June 1941, is a Swedish Pentecostal Christian pastor who was prosecuted, but acquitted, under Sweden's law against hate speech because of critical opinions on homosexuality in his sermons.
In a second September 14 straw poll, Surakiart gained some ground, scoring 9 encouragements, 3 discouragements, and 3 no opinions.
In a straw poll held on September 28, however, Surakiart fell into fourth place, winning only 5 encouragments, 7 discouragements and 3 no opinions.
As one of the most senior judges on the Court of Appeals, Hunter had decided over 3, 500 appellate cases and authored over 1000 opinions as of 2010.
3 and respondents
The first step in processing was to analyze the returns from Questions 1, 2, and 3 to determine whether the respondents were large businesses or small businesses, in accordance with the definitions contained in ASPR Section 1-701.
Whaples found that 37. 7 % of respondents supported an increase in the minimum wage, 14. 3 % wanted it kept at the current level, 1. 3 % wanted it decreased, and 46. 8 % wanted it completely eliminated.
All of the poll respondents believed that only a very small fraction of teachers ( the range was from zero to 3 out of 100, with an average of 1. 2 ) would be prepared to inflict the maximum voltage.
Ariel Shidlo and Michael Schroeder found in " Changing Sexual Orientation: A Consumer's Report ", a peer-reviewed study of 150 respondents published in 2002, that 88 % of participants failed to achieve a sustained change in their sexual behavior and 3 % reported changing their orientation to heterosexual.
Approximately 3. 52 percent of respondents indicated " no religion ", and 0. 86 percent did not specify a religion.
When the Law School denied admission to Barbara Grutter, a female Michigan resident with a 3. 8 GPA and 161 LSAT score, she filed this suit, alleging that respondents had discriminated against her on the basis of race in violation of the Fourteenth Amendment, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and 42 U. S. C.
The choice between administration modes is influenced by several factors, including 1 ) costs, 2 ) coverage of the target population, 3 ) flexibility of asking questions, 4 ) respondents ' willingness to participate and 5 ) response accuracy.
An opinion poll held by the International Center of Political Analysis ( MTsPA ) showed an approval rating for Kokoity of 12. 4 %, with 66. 3 % of respondents having a negative opinion.
In one survey, 1 in 14 Americans would murder someone for 3 million dollars and 65 % of respondents said they would spend a year on a deserted island to earn $ 1 million.
This was a large and significant increase of 531, 495 since the 2001 census, which counted 3, 823, 000 respondents quoting Irish ethnicity.
An April 2008 survey by Texas Freedom Network showed the majority of science faculties in Texas are opposed to ICR's request to issue science degrees with 185 ( 95 % of respondents ) opposed to certifying the program and 6 ( 3 %) in favor.
The most popular idea according to respondents was " Ending Marijuana Prohibition ", earning 92, 970 points and obtaining a total of 3, 550 comments.
More than half of the respondents said cohabitation without marriage was " acceptable ", 39. 8 percent ate pork and 43. 3 percent drank alcohol.
Support among young people is much higher: according to a study by the National Youth Institute of Chile, 56 % of young respondents supported same-sex marriage, while 51. 3 % supported same-sex adoption.
A survey published in 2001, by the Centre for Research into Elections and Social Trends at Oxford University ( sample size 1161 ), found that 14. 6 per cent of respondents described themselves as British, not Welsh ; 8. 3 per cent saw themselves as more British than Welsh ; 39. 0 per cent described themselves as equally Welsh and British ; 20. 2 per cent saw themselves as more Welsh than British ; and 17. 9 per cent described themselves as Welsh, not British.
The latter is largely a result of biases arising from the huge percentage of non-responses coming from targeted respondents who were not available from 3 to 6 pm, and the uneven proportion of refusals across household classes ( which largely arose in NCR ).