The Psychology Of Food Choice

Author: Richard Shepherd
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 184593086X
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JEFFERY SOBAL, CAROLE A. BISOGNI, CAROL M. DEVINE AND MARGARET
JASTRAN Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853,
USA Introduction Food choice involves the selection and consumption of foods
and beverages, considering what, how, when, where and with whom people eat
as well as other aspects of their food and eating behaviours. Food choices play
an important role in symbolic, economic and social aspects of life by expressing ...

Choice

Author: Ron Elisha
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Ron Elisha's plays have won three Australian Writers' Guild AWGIE Awards and a Gold Award for Best Screenplay at the 1992 Houston International Film Festival for 'By My Own Authority'.

Routine Activity And Rational Choice

Author: Richard D. Lambert
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351492543
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" Contributions to this volume include: Pierre Tremblay, "Searching for Suitable Co-offenders"; Raymond Paternoster and Sally Simpson, "A Rational Choice Theory of Corporate Crime"; Richard B. Felson, "Predatory and Dispute-related Violence ...

Information Participation And Choice

Author: Bernard Grofman
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 9780472083435
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Morris P. Fiorina (1989) has recently suggested that a very good argument can
be made for the claim that "turnout is the paradox that ate rational choice theory."
The motivation for this claim is the belief that the two most commonly derived
predictions from models of instrumental rationality — (1) that few if any voters will
vote and (2) that turnout will be higher the closer the election — are contradicted,
in the first case, and either contradicted or at least not strongly supported, in the ...

Food Choice Acceptance And Consumption

Author: Herbert L. Meiselman
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780751401929
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2.1 Indirect socio-cultural effects 2.1.1 Availability. price and convenience/
technology These influences do not require the presence of a social agent (
person) at the time of eating or choice, or at any particular point in development.
They are framings of the possible established by the joint operation of culture and
the environment. They manifest themselves principally in three forms:
determination of availability. price and convenience. 2.1.2 Food intake We can
only eat what is there to ...

The Choice

Author: Judy Brown
Publisher: Conari Press
ISBN: 9781573240215
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Through the dramatic story of her father's decision to die with the help of Dr. Jack Kevorkian and her struggle to cope with his suicide, the author explores the controversies surrounding euthanasia and the right to die.

Choice And Consequence

Author: Thomas C. Schelling
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674127715
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In Choice and Consequence, Thomas Schelling ventures where rationality is ambiguous, exploring topics as awesome as nuclear terrorism, as sordid as blackmail, as ineffable as daydreaming, as intimidating as euthanasia.

Rational Choice Theory

Author: Margaret Scotford Archer
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415242721
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choice. theory. 'unreasonable' ? The. neglected. emotions. Simon. J. Williams. My
starting-point, contentious perhaps, is that reason itself, qua instrumental
rationality, is indeed 'unreasonable'. The 'irrational passion for dispassionate
rationality', an abiding theme throughout the course of Western history, has
proved something of a mixed blessing: both enlightening and blinding, liberating
and binding all at once. Rational choice theory (RCT), the modern-day inheritor
of this orderly, ...

Putting Choice Before Democracy

Author: Emily Hauptmann
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791430279
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Chapter 2 The False Paradox of Choice in Rational Choice Theory Rational
choice theorists' conception of choice is paradoxical. On the one hand,
individuals' choices, based on market models, are central to democracy as
rational choice theorists redefine it. On the other hand, while nearly everything
citizens do appears to be a choice, the meaning or import of those choices is
always threatened. Focusing on individuals' choices so understood deflates our
expectations of democracy ...

The Choice Modelling Approach To Environmental Valuation

Author: Jeff Bennett
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 9781781956601
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2.1.1 Choice Experiments: an Introduction to Concepts It is now almost 20 years
since the idea of designed choice experiments arose out of limitations
encountered in using conjoint analysis techniques to model transport and
telecommunications choices in Australia (Louviere 1981a; Louviere et al. 1982).
Some options that competed had different attributes and different ranges of
attribute levels, and there was a need to estimate true demand by separating
choosers from non-choosers ...