Self-selection

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Self-selection

Consequence of a contract that induces only one group to participate.

Self-Selection

A situation in which only one person or group can take advantage of a contract.
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Popkewitz); (2) "Finland: From Comprehensive School Citizen Towards Self-Selective Individual" (Risto Rinne, Joel Kivirauma, Piia Hirvenoja, and Hannu Simola); (3) "Germany: Discourses on Education Governance and/or Social Exclusion and Inclusion in Political Parties in Germany" (Edwin Keiner, Sandra Muskat, Rita Stolbinger, and Kathrin Tietze); (4) "Greece: Crisis and Reform in Greek Education--A Modern Greek Sisyphus: Analysis of Texts" (Andreas Kazamias and Evie Zambeta); (5) "Iceland: Curriculum Management and Self-Evaluation in Icelandic Primary and Secondary Schools" (Ingolfur Asgeir Johannesson, Gunnar E.
Also, this kind of polling reaches a very self-selective sample and an upscale demographic group.
When teams become self-selective, a commitment to the project by all members is notably high.