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De Foot in the Door techniek in computer gemedieerde communicatie : Foot in the Door techniek : consistent zijn voor jezelf of voor anderen

De Foot in the Door techniek in computer gemedieerde communicatie : Foot in the Door techniek : consistent zijn voor jezelf of voor anderen

Het is aannemelijk dat proefpersonen langer de tijd hadden om te antwoorden in dit onderzoek dan in een face-to-face setting. In de lage social presence conditie konden de proefpersonen op elk gewenst moment beslissen of ze wel of niet in zouden stemmen met het doelverzoek. Het doelverzoek stond immers op het laatste scherm van de vragenlijst weergegeven. Ook hadden ze geen enkel contact met anderen, dus ze konden antwoorden wanneer ze wilden zonder dat ze het gevoel van tijdsdruk hadden. Indien gewenst konden de proefpersonen rustig een afweging maken of ze tijd en zin hadden om in te gaan op het doelverzoek. Ook in de hoge social presence conditie hadden de proefpersonen ruim de tijd om rustig na te denken over hun antwoord op het doelverzoek. De proefpersonen moesten via MSN het antwoord typen naar de proefleider. Het typen van het antwoord kost meer tijd dan het mondeling antwoorden en geeft de proefpersoon bovendien tijdens het typen de mogelijkheid het antwoord te herzien zonder dat het opvalt. Kortom, men antwoord in een face-to-face setting waarschijnlijk sneller en minder doordacht dan de proefpersonen tijdens dit onderzoek. Tevens kost de interactie in de computer gemedieerde omgeving de proefpersoon minder cognitieve capaciteit door het ontbreken van non-verbale communicatie. Hierdoor kon de proefpersoon in dit onderzoek beter doordacht een beslissing maken om wel of niet in te gaan op het doelverzoek. Dit zouden verklaringen kunnen zijn voor het ontbreken van een significant effect van de Foot-in-the-Door techniek in dit onderzoek. Om deze verklaring te toetsen zou een vervolgonderzoek gedaan kunnen worden. In dit onderzoek zouden proefpersonen binnen een korte (3 seconden) of lange tijd (30 seconden) antwoord moeten geven op de verzoeken van een Foot-in-the-Door techniek. Op deze manier kan worden bepaald of de snelheid waarmee personen antwoorden ook invloed heeft op het effect van de Foot-in-the-Door techniek. Hierbij zou verwacht kunnen worden dat de Foot-in-the-Door techniek significant meer instemming behaald wanneer de proefpersonen kort de tijd hebben om antwoord te geven. Dit zou duiden op de werking van de Foot-in-the-Door techniek middels het ‘mindlessness’ principe (o.a. Langer, 1992). Wanneer dit het geval zou zijn betekent dit een nieuwe toevoeging aan de huidige theoretische verklaring van de Foot-in-the-Door techniek.
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Increasing compliance to a request by means of the Foot in the door technique or the Door in the face technique? : investigation of a potential moderating effect of mood and buying motivation

Increasing compliance to a request by means of the Foot in the door technique or the Door in the face technique? : investigation of a potential moderating effect of mood and buying motivation

The research field of social influence is known for the demonstration and explanation of psychological manifestations, which are often occurring in direct response to open social forces. In the history of this field of study some of the most memorable researches are those in which participants are struggling to understand and react in line with their own judgments and the external pressure of doing different. Probably the most well know researches are those conducted by Milgram (1974) about obedience and authority, in which a man was driven very far by a stranger wearing a lab coat and Asch (1956) about a line- judgment conformity experiment, in which a man is confused by an incorrect consensus against the chance of an incorrect own observation. As in many classical illustrations the targets of influence were faced with explicit social forces that are inside the conscious awareness of that particular person. In contrast Freedman and Fraser (1966) conducted a renewing research about the Foot-in-the-door technique, which is an example of a compliance gaining technique without open pressure; they have revealed the more subtle aspects of social influence. In the past few years scholars tend to investigate the more subtle effects of social influence which are indirect and outside one’s consciousness.
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NorrisTrevor-CommercialismInTheTorontoSchoolBoard

NorrisTrevor-CommercialismInTheTorontoSchoolBoard

This rhetoric distracts from the central issue: why are our schools underfunded at all? Most discussions about this simply take for granted that there are such profound pockets of pover- ty across regions, and that there is an increasingly wide gap between the public schools in poor neighbourhoods and the type of public education available in others. But, as in this Future Shop case study, these poor schools are simply being used as a means to an end, as part of a strategy for companies to get their foot in the door before moving onto more lucrative markets where students and their families have more money to spend.
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Persuasion for Good: Towards a Personalized Persuasive Dialogue System for Social Good

Persuasion for Good: Towards a Personalized Persuasive Dialogue System for Social Good

The statistics of the A NN S ET are shown in Ta- ble 3, where we listed the number of times each persuasion strategy appears. Most of the further studies are on the A NN S ET . Example sentences for each persuasion strategy are shown in Table 4. We first explored the distribution of different strategies across conversation turns. We present the number of different persuasion strategies at different conversation turn positions in Fig. 1 (for persuasive appeal) and Fig. 2 (for persuasive in- quiry). As shown in Fig. 1, Credibility appeal oc- curred more at the beginning of the conversations. In contrast, Donation information occurred more in the latter part of the conversations. Logical ap- peal and Emotion appeal share a similar distribu- tion and also frequently appeared in the middle of the conversations. The rest of the strategies, Per- sonal story, Self-modeling and Foot-in-the-door, are spread out more evenly across the conversa- tions, compared with the other strategies. For per- suasive inquiries in Fig. 2, Source-related inquiry mainly appeared in the first three turns, and the other two kinds of inquiries have a similar distri- bution.
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Competencies for food graduate careers: developing a language tool

Competencies for food graduate careers: developing a language tool

Resource & Reference Ambition 2020: UK Commission for Employability and Skills 2009a Being the One with Their Foot in the Door: Price Waterhouse Cooper 2010 Biosciences Core Graduate Com[r]

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A foot in the (revolving) door? : A preliminary evaluation of Tasmania's mental health diversion list

A foot in the (revolving) door? : A preliminary evaluation of Tasmania's mental health diversion list

An invitation to participate in an interview and/or project team meeting observation was extended to practitioners from the following agencies or organisations: Magistrates Court of Tasm[r]

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Foot health education for people with rheumatoid arthritis — some patient perspectives

Foot health education for people with rheumatoid arthritis — some patient perspectives

Patients in this study wanted access to information from a variety of sources, together with a tailored ap- proach and verbal explanation, to meet their needs. Group education was considered beneficial if structured, with ground rules applied so that individual needs were respected. However, patients strongly considered infor- mation should be staged according to their needs and preferences as their disease progressed. To achieve this, the patients’ needs must be identified to guide them to the most appropriate foot health information. An Educa- tion Needs Assessment Tool, focusing on RA and its management has been developed and evaluated [52]. A similar approach to identifying foot health educational needs would enable practitioners to tailor their educa- tion provision to patients’ needs.
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Evaluation of multi segmental kinematic modelling in the paediatric foot using three concurrent foot models

Evaluation of multi segmental kinematic modelling in the paediatric foot using three concurrent foot models

A ten camera Vicon 612 (Vicon Motion Systems Ltd, Oxford, UK) system was used to capture reflective marker coordinates (sampling rate 100 Hz) within the capture volume. Two force plates (Bertec, Model MIE Ltd, Leeds, UK) were mounted within the laboratory floor and recorded ground reaction forces (1000 Hz). Anthropometric measurements were recorded for leg length, ankle width, knee width, height and mass. Thirty four markers (9 mm) mounted on rigid bases were at- tached to each participant’s right leg and foot by a single assessor (RM). A single marker set was created as an amalgamation of the marker sets for the three models (see Table 1): OFM [4], 3DFoot [8] and Kinfoot [7]. Only the position of marker 23 was compromised due to proximity of anatomical landmarks; the location between the second and third metatarsal head (in line with OFM placement) was chosen for all three foot models. The OFM uses the knee joint centre calculated from the Plug-in Gait (PiG) lower model to construct the tibial segment [3]. The location for all markers is listed in Table 1.
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<p>Evaluation of Factors Affecting the Severity of Diabetic Foot Ulcer in Patients with Diabetes Referred to a Diabetes Centre in Kermanshah</p>

<p>Evaluation of Factors Affecting the Severity of Diabetic Foot Ulcer in Patients with Diabetes Referred to a Diabetes Centre in Kermanshah</p>

This problem is caused by a variety of factors, but, generally, factors such as peripheral ischemia, neuropa- thy, or a combination of different causes are known as causative factors. 4 In 2016, the global DFU prevalence was 6.3%, which was higher in males, and higher in type 2 diabetic patients. 13 Atosona et al 14 show that the pre- valence of diabetic foot ulcers DFU is 11% in Ghana. The annual incidence of DFU is 2 – 4%. 15 However, the rela- tionship between demographic variables, BS, hyperlipi- demia, and weight with DFU incidence has been reported in multiple studies, 16,19 but no studies have been done about the relation between severity of the DFU and vari- ables in these patients. One of the reasons that the patients do not control their diabetes well is a lack of awareness and poor function in their care. Also, other factors include lifestyle and demographical variables. It can be due to the lack of education systems in hospitals and lack of evidence-based studies about the factors affecting DFU severity. Therefore, due to the high pre- valence of diabetes and the importance of DFU and its health and economic effects on the health system and patients with diabetes, as well as the lack of a similar study to investigate the factors affecting the severity of DFU, the present study aimed of determine the factors including lifestyle, demographical, and self-care affecting the severity of DFU.
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Meat quality in “in door” and “out door” production systems of poultry and swine

Meat quality in “in door” and “out door” production systems of poultry and swine

2003, working with crossbred Landrace X Large White observed lower carcass fat deposition and greater percentage of lean meat in animals raised in outdoors rearing systems when compared [r]

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Self-employed door-to-door saleswomen: The obscure picture of potential entrepreneurs

Self-employed door-to-door saleswomen: The obscure picture of potential entrepreneurs

• Women in general are very fond of clothing as a big majority of saleswomen are engaged in selling cloths. Lingerie sale is denoting women’s hesitation to buy from shops and supposed to be a facility for women customers and opportunity for sellers. Such commodities should be promoted by door-to-door sale to maximize profit.

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The revolving door between government and the alcohol, food and gambling industries in Australia

The revolving door between government and the alcohol, food and gambling industries in Australia

Future research would benefit from having access to complete longitudinal data on: 1) all those who have registered on Australian lobbyist registers (state and federal) for the entire period data has been collected; 2) the companies or organisations represented by the lobbyists; and 3) specific information about former government roles of registered lobbyists. This would enable researchers to undertake more comprehensive analysis and assess whether the revolving door

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Patients’ experiences of lupus related foot problems : a qualitative investigation

Patients’ experiences of lupus related foot problems : a qualitative investigation

rheumatic diseases [18]. Also, despite guidelines for foot health in rheumatic disease [19], generalist podiatrists may not have the specialist skills and knowledge required to manage this patient group [20, 21]. As a result, podiatry service provision for patients with rheumatic disease has been a long standing problem [22]. One solution may be the training of health professionals within the rheumatology team in foot health screening, for example, vascular and musculoskeletal assessment. However, advanced skills are needed in order to achieve diagnoses [23] and hence there is still the need for specialist podiatrists . As a minimum, increased knowledge of foot problems in SLE by health care professionals is essential in order to signpost patients to podiatry services and foot health information from patient organisations. This study has revealed the need for educational material to be available and accurate to support safe self-management and signpost to professional foot care. This need is in alignment with the findings of a national survey of people with rheumatoid arthritis [24] and needs addressing within the wider rheumatology community.
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Geurhinder door afvalwaterketen

Geurhinder door afvalwaterketen

hindersystematiek opgenomen in de Nederlandse Emissie Richtlijn (NeR). De hindersystematiek zoals vastgelegd in het landelijke stankbeleid uit 1995. Dit afwegingsproces is gericht op het bepalen van een aanvaardbaar hinderniveau, dat door het Bevoegd Gezag per geval bepaald moet worden. De handleiding geur is niet direct van toepassing op de geur uitstotende inrichtingen uit de afvalwaterketen, maar treedt pas in werking als er klachten zijn ingediend bij de bevoegde lokale overheid en wanneer de activiteiten van een inrichting niet voldoen aan het activiteitenbesluit. Met behulp hiervan kan dan een maatwerkvoorschrift worden opgesteld om de geurhinder te beperken tot een aanvaardbaar niveau. 10
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Internetonderzoek door bestuursorganen

Internetonderzoek door bestuursorganen

Onze aanbeveling is aldus in beleid en rechtspraak (en mogelijk in een bijzondere wet, zoals de Participatie- wet) een nadere invulling te geven voor stelselmatig openbronnenonderzoek binnen het bestuursrecht. Dat moet duidelijk maken voor welke doelen en onder welke voorwaarden openbronnenonderzoek door bestuursorga- nen plaatsvindt. Het vergroot de voorzienbaarheid van de toepassing van het instrument voor de burger en dwingt bepaalde waarborgen af. Daarbij valt te denken aan een nadere invulling van de proportionaliteitstoets in de toe- zichtfase (artikel 5:13 Awb), het stellen van eisen aan de verslaglegging, het stellen van grenzen aan de duur van het onderzoek, het bepalen van een bewaartermijn van gegevens en de wijze waarop wordt omgegaan met de informatieplicht uit de AVG. Het protocol internetrecher- cheren voor gemeenten biedt een eerste invulling van deze waarborgen.
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Belangenafweging door gevalsafweging

Belangenafweging door gevalsafweging

uiteindelijk weliswaar bepaald door een regel die aan de beslissing ten grondslag is gelegd – een primaire regel – maar de vaststelling van die op het geval toegesneden regel is door Hart nooit beschouwd als het resultaat van een simpele test, waarbij de afkomst van de regel beslissend zou zijn voor zowel het bestaan als de inhoud van die regel. Vatten wij Harts secundaire regels op als het geheel van door gezagsdragers gevolgde expliciete en impliciete standaarden bij de identificatie en hantering van primaire standaarden, dan is er veel te zeggen voor Harts rechtsconcept, waarbij het recht wordt beschouwd, niet alleen als een systeem van primaire standaarden – regels en beginselen – maar van zowel primaire als secundaire standaarden, dat wil zeggen: als een systeem van normen én een systeem van handelingen, en met deze
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Storm Door Hazards

Storm Door Hazards

The apparent increase’ of injuries to children by broken glass in doors may well require in- creased attention by safety-minded pediatri- cians.. The problem stems from the use of ordi- [r]

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New horizons in the understanding of the causes and management of diabetic foot disease: report from the 2017 Diabetes UK Annual Professional Conference Symposium

New horizons in the understanding of the causes and management of diabetic foot disease: report from the 2017 Diabetes UK Annual Professional Conference Symposium

Hitherto, it may have been considered unnecessary to produce any further guidance on the design and conduct of studies specifically to examine aspects of diabetic foot disease, but it is now evident that the complexity of the clinical area including the number of diverse and overlapping processes involved in the development and presentation of foot ulcers – as well as their effect on healing – requires a more standardised approach. For example, there are number bedside tests available to clinicians to describe vascular disease [69], but as the majority presenting with diabetes and foot disease will also have peripheral neuropathy these tests may be adversely affected, and the clinician misled as to the scale of vascular disease present unless all the patient clinical details are described. Additionally, the failure to address neuropathy by providing suitable offloading during a study of diabetes and vascular disease - particularly one which involves wound healing - could also undermine any conclusions drawn.
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A non-competitive martial arts exercise program for health and fitness in the general population

A non-competitive martial arts exercise program for health and fitness in the general population

Left ready stance; raise left foot; jump backward and back kick with right foot before left foot lands; turn around to the right; right ready stance; raise right foot; jump backward and[r]

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Foot health education for people with rheumatoid arthritis —some patient perspectives

Foot health education for people with rheumatoid arthritis —some patient perspectives

When foot health information was sourced it was reported as “frightening” or written in language that was difficult to interpret. All participants had used the Inter- net to seek foot health information, suggesting it is a well utilized resource. There is no lack of web based foot health information. Arthritis Research UK and the Na- tional Rheumatoid Arthritis Society (NRAS) provide resources that address foot health from both a general and RA specific perspective [34,35]. However, the parti- cipants were unaware of these resources, although all were members of NRAS. Patients concerns about locat- ing high quality, patient-centred information relating to
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