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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Virbitskaite, A. ... Chapter in a Book 26. Spoilt for Choice: Full First-Order Hierarchical Decompositions. ...doi:10.1007/3-540-45758-5_11 fatcat:d7woowpivvbbhmke4jvprzz3ie
The results reveal negative perceptions of drivers towards traffic police officers, poor law enforcement and disparity in policing practice. ... Bangkok is reported to have the worst traffic in the world, a situation that has a detrimental effect on the economic, social and financial development of the city. ... This is another important factor that causing ineffective Traffic Law enforcement, a conclusion consistent with the research of Loha (2012) . ...doi:10.5130/ccs.v13.i1.7265 fatcat:bik2w5mxezbxlbmyimhpjzcfxm
Whatever initial attitude of internalizer towards a ws, later she wants it independent of inputs. Process neither conscious nor decided upon. ... Consistency with currently attained goals (i.e. fitness, live healty precepts ). Consistency Consistency in in self-enforcement self-enforcement . . ... In future studies, EMIL-A will be augmented with a model of internalization Value added of a rich cognitive model: allowing for flexible, innovative and autonomous action. ...doi:10.18564/jasss.1750 fatcat:cp6efkbhfjetbgekj7by43ovxu
As a result of the findings, a three-step approach is proposed to transition the training environment from one that is teacher-centered to one that is learnercentered. ... Law enforcement personnel in a Bahamian police department were administered the Student Orientation Questionnaire (SOQ) developed by Christian (1982) . ... The theory of behaviorism has been a foundational platform of law enforcement training. However, many scholars and researchers have challenged its benefit to law enforcement training. ...doi:10.15362/ijbs.v18i0.163 fatcat:fqnokgb5brd6rlzqxidj4ekls4
Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice
This study explored how these historical and religious forces, and modern relations between police officers and African Americans, correlate with atti- tudes toward a common practice in law enforcement ... The con- trol group consisted of (a) religiously conservative Caucasians, (b) relig- iously liberal African Americans, (c) religiously liberal Caucasians, and (d) nonreligious members of both races. ...
By contrast, the trend in the peer enforcement dorm was toward increasing approval of rule enforcement. Level! ... Although the differences were not statistically significant, there was a trend across time in the sample as a whole and the strict-enforcement dorm in particular toward increasing approval of rule vio- ...
The present article reviews the literature examining mental illness training programs delivered to law-enforcement officers. ... attitudes although there is little evidence to demonstrate this relates to behavioral change, and thirdly the belief that a mental health training program given on a single occasion is sufficient to improve ... The theory of planned behavior is a more complex theory that links attitudes and behaviors. ...doi:10.3389/fpsyt.2014.00186 pmid:25642196 pmcid:PMC4294132 fatcat:xshgbmrchnhapi2ylqhwf7tpku
This study uses the agency theory as theoretical basis to formulate a framework of thought that connects government size, fiscal decentralization, audit findings, and corruption levels. ... Fiscal decentralization and audit findings have a negative effect towards corruption level, while the government size variable has a positive effect on corruption levels. ... Aside from that, the findings of this study is also not in line with the concept of agency theory, which states that audit findings are a form of disobedience and deviation done by the agency towards the ...doi:10.22610/jebs.v12i4(j).3059 fatcat:tkamll3ysfdufjb752hxfkgjze
It expands the socio-economic theory of regulatory compliance to explore the mediating effect of ethical behavior on the influence of professionalism, familiarity, enforcement, resistance to political ... Theoretically, the studyexpands thesocio-economic theory of regulatory compliance within the context of procurement literature through mediation effects of ethical behavior via structural analysis. ... The theory integrates economic deterrence theory with legitimacy, psychological and sociological theories to account for moral obligation and social influence as determinants to individual decisions towards ...doi:10.1016/j.heliyon.2019.e03132 pmid:32042941 pmcid:PMC7002791 fatcat:6gjidp5bcjcvfigartqnuxnsse
Southern Economic Journal
It is quite consistent, for example, to be both a Marshallian economist and a socialist, since orthodox theory can serve to indicate the operation of economic forces under both a free and controlled system ... Its theoretical findings, therefore, form a useful hypothesis against which to appraise the problem of wage control in the transition period. 6 The enforcement of competition is of course consistent with—is ...
In the context of the 'regulatory state', regulatory authorities hold a central role in the interaction between government and other actors. ... According to identity theory, the perception of individual inspectors of their professional role can be decisive with regard to their work related judgements. ... a negative attitude towards enforcement. ...doi:10.1080/01900692.2014.929589 fatcat:negmf2cbqnbtxad7ocdnfwzpcu
Harvard Law Review
They go on the injurious-reliance theory of consideration but, as there was no exchange of the promise for the subsequent action, are not consistent with the bargain theory of contract. II. ... Moral consideration, i.e. a reason in morals for making a promise treated as a reason for legal enforcing of it. 180 F.g., Allen v. ...
Hence, compliance in terms of tax payment from the taxpayers is essential to have a high tax collection. ... Regulation Theory. ... This Theory aims to stimulate the maximum level of regulatory enforcement. ...doi:10.24191/mar.v20i02-06 fatcat:dhceknxjqvdozkbawdyjhjiex4
Consistent with enforcement regulatory theory, the analysis of data shows that tax auditors apply different enforcement regulatory styles-firm, explain and educate, bargaining and threatening. ... Since the implementation of the self-assessment system in 2001, tax audit has become a major compliance program used by the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia (IRBM). ... No new categories emerged in the second round of interviews, indicating that the tax auditors' enforcement regulatory style is consistent with the theory. ...doi:10.1016/s2212-5671(13)00234-7 fatcat:tpm5gtz2a5fz5n2azgidmvf5pa
Harvard Law Review
the fact that the cause of action on which the 24 The writer does not mean to intimate that this theory is altogether sound, but only that the Supreme Court follows it with a fair degree of consistency ... The refusal might, however, be based on a different theory, namely, that, although the law of State A did apply and had vested certain rights in the plaintiff, the courts of State F can refuse to enforce ...
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