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choice

A popular term referring to the freedom to choose, a process that assesses alternative sources of information and options.
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Choice Hotels, Choice Hotels International, Cambria Suites, Clarion, Quality, Comfort Suites, Comfort Inn, Sleep Inn, MainStay Suites, Suburban Extended Stay Hotel, Econo Lodge, Rodeway Inn and Choice Privileges are proprietary trademarks and service marks of Choice Hotels International.
E[acute accent]Choice Hotels, Choice Hotels International, Cambria Suites, Comfort Inn, Comfort Suites, Quality, Clarion, Sleep Inn, MainStay Suites, Suburban Extended Stay Hotel, Econo Lodge and Rodeway Inn are proprietary trademarks and service marks of Choice Hotels International.
Although much attention has been given to the importance of choice and decision making in the rehabilitation counseling literature, there is a gap in the area of identification of the decision making style of consumers in the counseling relationship.
We're seeing that now with the issue of choice and individual empowerment.
I am grateful for the opportunity to offer some comments on Virginia Postrel's thoughtful but critical article ("Consumer Vertigo," June) about my recent book, The Paradox of Choice.
Milwaukee is one of the few places in the country where the educational playing field has been at least partially leveled by a variety of choice programs: a thriving charter school program; the parental choice program; and open enrollment, a statewide program that allows students to transfer to other public schools within the city.
Even though counselors or rehabilitation professionals may find job openings or negotiate with employers to create positions for clients, clients still have the freedom of choice to refuse these positions.
Petitt, president and chief operating officer of Choice.