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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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Yet, there has been a new and recent attempt to further discredit feminism by subtly submerging it in a critical dialogue about choice in order to make it look like an interesting and refreshing addition to the nuances of feminism.
R believed this was because students had little experience making choices in school, and they were in the habit of letting their teachers make all the decisions.
In step 1, you are faced with more choices than ever before.
(2) Identify your available options or choices. What are the things you can do?
Youngsters and their parents have been finding out which school their children have been allocated, with more than nine out of 10 in two Teesside boroughs given their first choice school.
Cultural identities influence perceptions of choices, in which independent self-construals are more attentive to choices compared to interdependent self-construals (Pohlmann, Carranza, Hannover, & Iyengar, 2007).
I want real choices. I want to change the system within which those choices are made, not just use the language of choice to benefit or to comfort me.
To celebrate the launch of BRight Choices, Baskin-Robbins has designated January 15, 2009 as BRight Choices Day.
But we should ultimately err on the side of personal privacy and choice. It is as much an outrage for the state to force a person to live as it is to force a person to die.
We will endeavor to establish a retirement plan that allows our participants to choose from a diverse group of well-monitored investment choices, offered at a reasonable cost, with educational took provided, teaching how to construct a portfolio within differing risk tolerances.