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A mutant gene that affects female Drosophila melanogaster, resulting in disinterest in copulation; in males, this mutation triggers indiscriminate copulation with males and females
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Compared to their male counterparts, females reported a higher level of body dissatisfaction (Chiang, 2002; Chiang & Shen, 2002; Hou & Lu, 2008; Lin & Lin 2002), tended to overestimate their body size (Chiang & Shen 2002), and had lower self-confidence in social interaction (Chiang, 2002).
Hence, adding to the growing body of literature in media effects on females' body image, the current study investigates the relationships between television consumption, self-esteem, internalizations of societal thin ideals and Taiwanese adolescent girls' perceptions of body dissatisfaction and drive for thinness.
Guided by these purposes, the current study tests an overarching hypothesis predicting that Taiwanese adolescents' body dissatisfaction and drive for thinness will vary with television viewing, self-esteem, internalizations of the societal thin ideal, and the BMI index.
Consumer dissatisfaction often arises from poor business practices and is an area retailers must address in their efforts to provide good customer service and encourage repeat sales[8] and store loyalty[9].
The literature on CCB indicates the complexity of the process by which a consumer will decide what s/he will do after experiencing dissatisfaction.
Therefore this survey sought to explain the characteristics which influenced dissatisfaction responses with electrical goods.
There seem to be no universal generalizations about worker dissatisfaction that permit easy management policy solutions to absenteeism and turnover problems.
Dissatisfaction is frequently associated with a high level of complaints and grievances in industry.
This notion oc compensatory mechanisms is clearly evident for grocery (voice = 76 percent, private = 32 percent; exit = 13 percent, W-O-M = 28 percent) and medical care (voice = 48 percent, private = 66 percent; exit = 49 percent, W-O-M = 57 percent) dissatisfactions.
When consumers voice their dissatisfactions and sellers are responsive, the use of private actions (exit and negative W-O-M) is likely to be less frequent.
You just need to momentarily freeze each happening as it passes in review and ask yourself if there's any dissatisfaction buried in it.
The first time it happened his dissatisfaction was probably subconscious.