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  • Research purposes: On the one hand, the research investigates the consumer behavior model, and the external and internal factors of the consumer’s “black box” that have impacts on the consumer’s behavioral intentions towards mobile services. On the other hand, based on theresults of the investigation of the Vietnamese consumer behaviors, the research provides an analysis of the orientation of the marketing mix employed by the Vietnamese mobile enterprises over the past time and proposes a new orientation to these enterprises for thecoming time.

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  • Scientific realism has been advanced as an interpretation of the natural sciences but never the behavioral sciences. This exciting book introduces a novel version of scientific realism--Measured Realism--that characterizes the kind of theoretical progress in the social and psychological sciences that is uneven but indisputable. Trout proposes a theory of measurement--Population-Guided Estimation--that connects natural, psychological, and social scientific inquiry.

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  • Walnut trees shade the streets of Davis, California. They also provide food for the crows that roost near Davis. Crows crack walnuts by dropping them from heights of 5–10 meters or more onto sidewalks, roads, and parking lots. Occasionally they drop walnuts in front of approaching cars, as if using the cars to crush the nuts for them. Do crows intentionally use cars as nutcrackers? Some of the citizens of Davis, as well as some professional biologists (Maple 1974, in Cristol et al.

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  • Applied TPB model to study the intention of returning tourists in Jinju, South Korea can be affected by interventions that produce change in attitudes, subjective norms, and perceptions of behavioral control; and that past travel choice contributes to the prediction of later behavior only if circumstances remain relatively stable.

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  • This book is a revised and updated edition of Asking Questions: A Practical Guide to Questionnaire Design, first published in 1982. It focuses on the type of question asking that social science researchers and market researchers use in structured questionnaires or interviews. Many of the principles of effective formalized questioning we focus on in this book are useful in other contexts. They are useful in informal or semistructured interviews, in administering printed questionnaires in testing rooms, and in experimental studies involving participant evaluations or responses....

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  • This is the first volume of Advances in Nanoporous Materials, a new book series devoted to the science and application of all kinds of nanoporous solids. Its intention is to publish comprehensive reviews of lasting value in the field of nanoporous materials written by renowned experts. Its scope covers all aspects of nanoporous solids, including their preparation and structure, their post-synthetic modification, methods for their characterization as well as their application in catalysis and adsorption/separation....

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  • The scourge of suicidal behavior touches many lives and knows few boundaries. About 30,000 people are known to take their own lives in the United States each year. In addition, many of those deaths recorded as accidental or undetermined by coroners and medical examiners may have been motivated by suicidal intent. Suicide is the eighth leading cause of death in this country and, among young people 15 to 19 years of age, suicide is exceeded in frequency as a cause of death only by accidental deaths....

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  • Within the past few years, Wal-Mart has ventured into the market of China. Struggling to gain ground against its competitors, the company has started the process of changing their management strategy. Greg Foran was recently appointed chief executive of Wal-Mart China, despite his lack of experience in the Chinese market. According to the article, analysts believe that Wal-Mart has intentions of conducting business according to western practices and with this new management approach they will have a closer connection with their headquarters.

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  • We do not see significant differences in behavior of the younger and older subjects. Somewhat surprisingly subjects more often than not chose the lower average payoff decks. Among older subjects, 58% chose the lower payoff decks on four or more of the six choices, while 59% of the younger subjects did so (Table 1 and Figure 3). The proportions were similar across age groups for each of the six different deck pairs Older women were significantly more likely than older men to choose the lower mean, higher variance decks (Figure 4).Of the 54 choices made by the...

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  • It is generally agreed that abuse of older people is either an act of commission or of omission (in which case it is usually described as ‘‘neglect’’), and that it may be either intentional or unintentional. The abuse may be of a physical nature, it may be psychological (involving emotional or verbal aggression), or it may involve financial or other material maltreatment. Regardless of the type of abuse, it will certainly result in unnecessary suffering, injury or pain, the loss or violation of human rights, and a decreased quality of life for the older person (4).

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  • Awareness of our impact on others begs the question, What, if anything, do we choose to do to control or manage our behavior? Self-control or self-management allows us to manage our frustrations, anger, fear, discouragement, and other emotions so that we achieve our goals and live our intentions. For example, if we become frustrated because of an obstacle at work and just give up on the goal, then we allow our emotions to thwart our intentions.

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  • This page intentionally left blank Download from www.wowebook.com C H A P T E R 3 Your First Handler and Beyond Introduction In the previous chapter, you learned how to create a simple WebSphere sMash application using one of the Tools options. That application demonstrated simple file serving in a WebSphere sMash environment. To create a more complex application, we need to understand the structure of a typical WebSphere sMash application.

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  • The study findings indicate that about 25% of patients with breast symptoms had a delay of more than three months before presenting to a health professional. This finding is comparable with other studies. Recent studies have shown a range of 19% to 32% for patient delay [1,3,4,12,13]. However the extent of patient delay can be different in different places. One explanation for such a difference might relate to the patients' health related behaviors and the social context they live in.

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  • Moral judgment, or capacity to judge which alternatives are ethically acceptable and which are not and to determine the uprightness of the intention. Good behavior requires deliberation and deciding to carry out an action. Making sound moral judgments is previous to making a good decision. In this deliberation, practical wisdom plays a crucial role. It fosters upright moral reasoning by taking into account universal principles and the pertinent circumstances of each situation.

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  • According to the definition of herd behavior given above, herding results from an obvious intent by investors to copy the behavior of other investors. This should be distinguished from “spurious herding” where groups facing similar decision problems and information sets take similar decisions. Such spurious herding is an efficient outcome whereas “intentional” herding, as explained in Section I, need not be efficient.

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  • In this paper, we first examine whether the decision to split before acquisition announcement is a common behavior among firms, or just a coincidence in some isolated cases. If a general pattern indeed exists, we will attempt to further investigate whether this behavior is motivated by acquirers’ intentions to manipulate stock prices before acquisition announcements to lower the costs of acquisitions. During our sample period (from 1980 to 2003), we find that acquiring firms are more likely than nonacquiring firms to split their common stocks before acquisition announcements.

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  • The Congress well understood the difficulty of predicting specific outcomes when it passed Truth in Lending. Rather than suggesting that the purpose of the act was to change markets or consumer behavior in some precise manner, the Congress instead stated less specifically that the act's intent was to improve information conditions generally so that consumers could avoid being "uninformed.

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  • A considerable amount of work in current AI research is concerned with inferring intentions from utterances (e.g., [Allen 83], [Carberry 83], [Grosz, Sidner 86]) or planning speech acts serving certain goals (e.g., [Appelt 85]), but only a few uniform approaches to both aspects have been presented. Most approaches to dialog control described in the literature offer either rigid action schemata that enable the simulation of the desired behavior on the surface (but lack the necessary degree of flexibility, e. g.

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