acceptability


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satisfactoriness by virtue of conforming to approved standards

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Americans have been growing more liberal in their attitudes on many moral issues over time, but views on the moral acceptability of cloning animals have been steady across Gallup's 17-year trend.
Main features: Eudes acceptability for 10 wastewater treatment plants and perspectives of developments futures.
In seeking appropriate methods of measuring acceptability, researchers have developed a range of explicit measures, including the Treatment Acceptability Rating Form-Revised (TARF-R; Reimers et al.
The second examined the acceptability and perceived utility of a range of parental strategies.
When we included the ECAN Board, we are not looking into the social acceptability criteria in the acknowledgment of applications," Cabrestante stated.
The first scholar in translation studies to use the term acceptability was Toury (1995) in his Descriptive Translation Studies and Beyond.
In order not to miss out on publications, we included words in our search terms that might indicate acceptability or its opposite, such as accept(ance), adopt(ion), attitude (attitudinal), convenient (convenience), use (using), reject(ion), fail(ure), prefer(ence), perform(ance), skill, experience; terms that might indicate pilot interventions, such as introduce (introduction), promote (promotion), educate (education); communicate (communication), empower(ment), teach(ing), intervention.
Studies on moral issues involving acceptability judgments have shown that different points of views exist in many cases.
An ING economist has suggested measures that could be used to enhance the acceptability of the bitcoin.
3-5) An important means of addressing anticipated gaps between clinical trial efficacy and effectiveness in the real world is to assess factors associated with the acceptability of hypothetical HIV vaccines among most-at-risk populations--before products are publicly available.
Treatment acceptability refers to the extent to which consumers of services report the treatment being valuable, beneficial and desirable (Speigler & Gurvremont, 2008).
Gallup's annual Values and Beliefs survey asked 1,535 American adults about the moral acceptability of 20 behaviors, and having an affair was found to be the very worst.
The company has been requested by the US FDA to provide additional information from the existing eteplirsen dataset to inform a decision on the acceptability of this dataset for a New Drug Application (NDA) filing under the Subpart H Accelerated Approval regulatory pathway.
However, poor acceptability of lipid-based nutrient supplements (LNS) has been reported among HIV-infected adults and monotony of the diet was one of the main limiting factors to the LNS acceptability in adults [13].