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A high score on this inventory indicants a higher self-concept and vice-versa.
In many cases, both the military and the protest forces are even used as surrogates in the clan wars which are telling indicants of the disenfranchisement of the poor-a condition that basically ails Moro society.
And if formative solution X was later rejected because its indicant or epistemic justification (dalil/istidlal) proved faulty, but a new one produced the same ruling X, was the later jurist necessarily manipulating a too flexible system to preserve "the law" or might a certain normative consistency in the larger set of accepted indicants and modes of justification cause the same ruling to result from a different route?
Their athletes, on the other hand, ranked the four highest indicants of MT as: "not giving up in difficult situations," "having what it takes to perform well while under pressure," "having unshakeable confidence in one's ability," and "being able to make decisions with confidence and commitment while under pressure" (the latter two as equally important).
Good will was omitted to maintain conformity with the research tradition, in which expertise and trustworthiness are the usual indicants of credibility.
The partial least squares algorithm can handle categorical variables, and because it is a nonparametric technique, requires sample sizes that are only greater than five times the greatest number of indicants for a single construct or structure (in our case, 6 x 4 = 24 observations would be sufficient, per model) (Chin, 1998; Wold, 1985).
Bender Gestalt signs as indicants of anxiety, withdrawal, and acting-out behaviors in adolescents.
It is suggested that organizational changes in the United States during the last two decades, such as downsizing and outsourcing, have reduced the possibility of attaining of some traditional objective indicants of career success (Heslin, 2005).
209), "a variable functions as a unitary entity or point variable in a model when the indicants correlate with other constructs in proportion to their (epistemic) correlation with their own construct.
Since that time, programs have been ranked with regard to the publishing prowess of their faculties (for example, Lignon, Jackson, & Thyer, 2007), student selectivity (Kirk, Kil, & Corcoran, 2009), academic reputation (for example, Green, Baskind, Fassler, & Jordan, 2006), and other purported indicants of scholarly productivity, influence, arid excellence (for example, Feldman, 2006).
As suggested in the two-stage approach, to estimate the path model with a second-order social capital construct in PLS, latent variable scores for the first-order constructs were used as indicants of the second-order construct (Chin et al.
The estimated loadings for the relationship between individual indicants and their underlying construct are, without exception, large and significant (t-value > 8.