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Attitude

A subjective measure of how one or more persons feel about an event, person, or object. Marketers attempt to measure attitudes of consumers to determine the products they may buy. Likewise, analysts measure investor attitudes to estimate future market movements. See also: Sentiment indicator, Behavioral economics.
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It is worth noting that the mechanisms of attitudinal ambivalence and fear of isolation underlying the negative relationship between political disagreement and political participation may remain viable in the context of corrective actions.
Attitudinal meaning potential in language is modelled in the Appraisal framework, consisting of the three systems of Attitude, Engagement and Graduation (Martin & White, 2005).
Establishing the effect of attitudinal ambivalence on unsafe behaviour will be helpful to understand the dynamic and complex decision-making process of unsafe behaviour.
To measure the attitudinal change in another question, respondents were asked to tell whether they feel shy to discuss about breast cancer.
Attitudinal barriers include assumptions and fears that impede meaningful communication between people with and without disabilities.
Keywords: electronic distribution, loyalty, attitudinal, behavioral loyalty
Spurious loyalty: is the case when there is no relative attitude or this attitude is weak while the level of repeated purchases is high, so there is behavioral but not attitudinal loyalty.
She appreciated the efforts of Human Rights Wing and its team for taking this important initiative for bringing attitudinal change in the society and awareness among the masses.
Incorporate attitudinal change in the new generation
He said this while releasing a book titled, "A Walk to Emmaus - A Journey of Attitudinal Change" written by Jonas Yanthan here on Friday at Raj Bhavan, Kohima.
A bi-annual exercise carried out at regular intervals, BCI is the only survey that gauges attitudinal outlook, reflecting feedback from a countrywide cross section of business representing some 80 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP).
Summary: Whatever the outcome of this week's Parliament session, which will focus solely on the controversial Orthodox Gathering electoral law, it is clear the workings of the government are stale on a systemic and an attitudinal level.

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