dilemma


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state of uncertainty or perplexity especially as requiring a choice between equally unfavorable options

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Factors examined in assessing the influence of the road environment on driver decisionmaking behavior within the dilemma zone simulation included the roadway's speed limit, presence of a red light photo enforcement camera or pedestrian countdown signal at the intersection, and others.
One of the schemes operated by Northumbria University involves students helping business tackle a dilemma.
Based on actual events, Joseph s Dilemma traces the wrenching dilemma of a young man caught between his Amish past, his love for a woman, and an unknown future.
He was part of the syndicate which owned Moaning Lad when he won the Derby for Theo Mentzis and, with his son Andy and the family, owned Dilemmas Flight when she won the Oaks for Nick Savva and both Kens Dilemma and Dilemmas Lad when they won their St Legers.
Martin (Ahmad) Couture-Rouleau's passport was seized by authorities who feared he wanted to go overseas to take part in terrorism - but that didn't prevent him from carrying out Monday's deadly attack, highlighting a dilemma facing security officials dealing with the threat of militants on home soil.
One can only hope that contemporaries working on moral dilemma theory will take note.
As Dougherty explains, a moral dilemma is "any situation in which an agent cannot fulfill all genuine impending moral obligations.
Washington, Sept 23 (ANI): A new research has revealed that men and women cooperate equally, particularly in situations involving a dilemma that pits the interests of an individual against that of a group.
The Doctor's Dilemma was not a great popular or critical success when it was originally produced in 1906, but the play is one of Bernard Shaw's most perplexing, intriguing works and deserves a more prominent place in the Shavian canon.
Emma Dilemma" is a heartwarming collection of poems by an older sister about her 4-year-old little sister whom she calls Emma Dilemma.
Each dilemma contained a "safe" and a "risky" option, with probabilities given for each.
Mezirow (2000) discusses transformation as beginning with a disorienting dilemma that may be sudden or occur over time.
In Ron Goodreau's The Khan Dilemma a cover-up is going on in Las Cruces California.
The most effective means of increasing moral reasoning skills has involved the use of socio-moral group dilemma discussions (Schlaefli et al.
This study's primary question was "Do SACs' levels of moral reasoning change significantly based on whether a dilemma is hypothetical or authentic?