The constellation of views and choices—whether expressed or not—of an individual about his or her own lifestyle, personal care, where and how he or she lives, communicate and express him- or herself and his or her beliefs.
Section 32 continues by identifying certain circumstances in which a liquidator may avoid a preference, including if the transfer was made within four months before the filing of the petition and if the creditor receiving the transfer had reasonable cause to believe the insurer was about to become insolvent.
Given that the City Life article was so uninformative and given that council officers' advice to governing bodies seemed to lean towards the present system, it did not surprise me that most governing bodies saw no reason to change: they quite simply were not given the arguments in favour of the equal preference system.
A small number of studies have examined whether matching individual out-of-school learning preferences with the conditions under which homework is done increases compliance with these assignments and raises homework achievement (e.
Career-related aspects are all the relevant variables and attributes that can be used to describe either individuals' preferences and resources or career alternatives' characteristics (Gati, 1998; Prior, 1982).
The following sections discuss basic concepts required to articulate the problem of aggregating individual preferences in a simple two person, three policy alternatives context (Section 2) and then apply these concepts to the graphical construction of a social welfare function in a discrete 2-dimensional space.