The first project was, to shorten discourse, by cutting polysyllables into one, and leaving out verbs and participles, because, in reality, all things imaginable are but norms
The stranger had sojourned in many more lands and among many more peoples than Angel; to his cosmopolitan mind such deviations from the social norm
, so immense to domesticity, were no more than are the irregularities of vale and mountain-chain to the whole terrestrial curve.
--Roger de Conde asks permission of no man to do what he would do.
As per the roadmap earlier laid down by the Auto Fuel Policy, BS V norms
were to implemented from 01.
According to Social Norms
Theory (Berkowitz, 2005; Perkins, 2002, 2003), individuals often have exaggerated perceptions of others approval of problem behaviors.
1) Jorge Dominguez also highlights how the strong Latin American defense of nonintervention in the early twentieth century generated international norms
such as the rejection of armed intervention to collect international public debts.
44 times above the norm
, the highest levels registered in Sofia's Pavlovo district.
begins by analyzing the creative contributions to the theory of imperatives and norms
provided by Polish researchers during the 20th century, then summarizes their reflections and considerations.
It asks how transnational business self-regulation is carried out in the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and tests factors of influence that create or enhance a company's willingness to comply with norms
based on voluntary self-commitments.
are the "prevailing codes of conduct that either prescribe or proscribe behaviors that members of a group can enact" (Lapinski & Rimal, 2005, p.
act as the glue that helps to govern social institutions and hold humans societies together, but how do we acquire these norms
in the first place?
It does not contain general norms
of liability or non-liability applicable to categories of actors.