My contention is that it should be reserved for dealing with dilemmatic
For example, when researchers can successfully demonstrate that variations of emotional content giving rise to dilemmatic
conflict (Greene et al.
This suggests that he is aware of the dilemmatic
nature of the traditionally masculinised breadwinner and its engendered work ethic (Bunting, 2005; James, 2007).
In these dilemmatic
contexts, they argue, the outcomes of these policy decisions constitute security paradoxes.
There is likely to be a dilemmatic
relation between the collective and institutional forms of employee participation at the corporate level such as the OR and the more recent forms of direct participation.
Earthquake disaster had brought them into the dilemmatic
First, although moral problems are inescapable in human life (Gowans 1987), we should nevertheless aim to prevent at least the most dilemmatic
kinds (Marcus, 1987; McConnell, 1987).
Cross functionality and innovation in new product development team: The dynamics of the dilemmatic
structure and consequences for the management of diversity.
One judge noted the similar dilemmatic
choices confronting prison officials trying to afford equal programming options to female inmates, who comprise a smaller percentage of the prison population than men, observing that "[e]quality of one variable forces inequality of the other.
issue regarding the lack of achievement by African-American children may conceivably be changed if equal and quality educational opportunities are provided through instruction in the classroom (Wright, 1999).
It reflects the ability to both understand and flexibly negotiate the "two-sided" and often dilemmatic
aspects of local gender politics "on the spot.
nature of NZ First's attempts to position themselves in the centre, but without indicating prior to the election a preference for National or Labour are summed up by British Labour politician Aneurin Bevan; "We know what happens to people who stay in the middle of the road.