unimposed

unimposed

(ˌʌnɪmˈpəʊzd)
adj
archaic not imposed or enforced
References in classic literature ?
They got their little tasks as if they loved them, and indulged, from the mere exuberance of the gift, in the most unimposed little miracles of memory.
'It's something that might look good on paper, but not on actuality,' he said, citing the several (unimposed) labor-contractualization laws in the Philippines.
Michael Oakeshatt (1) claimed that: "human social activity has its own structure, unimposed from outside.
This system would arise out of a process of fair negotiation; be "unimposed, transparent, and rule-based; involve adequate burden sharing; incorporate measures that ensure appropriate account is taken of viewpoints within states; and [be] applied in a context-sensitive manner" (p.
Issues concerned with younger children and virtual reference are discussed further in the article 'Just Curious: Children's Use of Digital Reference for Unimposed Queries and Its Importance in Informal Education" by Joanne Silverstein from Syracuse University.
In utter disregard for educators' and designers' desires, however, children frequently send unimposed queries to digital reference services to support their informal learning needs.
Gross's self-generated information seeking may be thought of as an "unimposed query," which is, for the purposes of this research, equivalent to a 'Just Curious" query.
* How and with what frequency do children use digital reference services to answer their own questions (unimposed queries)?
Conversely, the code category "Curriculum-Related Interest" is particularly relevant to informal learning because it indicates that a student's query was unimposed but may have been stimulated by classroom learning.