Seven percent of the teachers' rationales
focused on health and safety issues.
This was an unexpected result, in view of the fact that the control rationale
specifically targeted these variables whereas the acceptance and placebo rationales
To further analyze the impact of rationales
within each reference price condition, we first divided the subjects into two groups: those who were presented with a reference price, and those who were not.
The foregoing summary of results suggested a classification using two dimensions: the importance of an organizational rationale
and the importance of a social rationale
Along these same lines, petitioners should think strategically about which rationale
to select and take care to avoid conclusory assertions devoid of underlying facts and evidence to support their rationales
Given the freedom to make choices, teachers should have thoughtful, sound rationales
for their decision-making.
The doctrine of double effect, together with other moral principles that appeal to the intentions of moral agents, has come under attack from many directions in recent years, as have a variety of rationales
that have been given in favor of it.
Some authors stated their rationale
clearly, while others' rationales
were less explicit.
In the current study, we compared the effects of rationales
to a differential reinforcement procedure and a guided compliance procedure.
for placing students may be based on which students get along well with each other.
for teaching graphic novels; including lesson ideas for 108 graphic novels.
By the 1990s, however, the neocons had changed, adopting rationales
that "were used to justify an American foreign policy that overemphasized the use of force and led logically to the Iraq war.