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marked by lack of firm decision or commitment; of questionable outcome

experiencing doubt

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not brought to a conclusion

characterized by indecision

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not yet having made a commitment

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In so doing, it has suggested establishing as both politically significant and worthy of legal scholarly attention the very terms in which such "choices" are formulated and articulated, and to recapture some sense of the persistent undecidedness of that articulation.
Both poems do, however, start by proclaiming a crisis and close with an argument about closure and action, suggesting that true action is often inaction, or undecidedness, and true closure often allows opposites to coexist in tension rather than either repeating and therefore instantiating (and fulfilling) a pattern or following the chemical model of a positive and negative charge canceling each other out to reduce tension.
The gods of the sacrificial religions--and every religion, Nancy claims, is sacrificial, a translation of the gesture of offering into an exchange, into an oppressive economy of "terror" and "guilt" (135/31)--ultimately prohibit man's true "sacrifice." The latter is an abandonment in the sense of an "oblation," "libation" (136/32), which is interrupted or obstructed by the doctrine and the practices of positive religions insofar as they, as Nancy puts it, "prevent the supreme undecidedness of man" (ibid.).
Evidence of concurrent validity (Robbins & Patton, 1985) indicated a significant correlation with career undecidedness (r = -.22).
To form a scale from these three factors, it was necessary to reverse the scoring of the first question, which in its original form indicated undecidedness. To avoid confusion in this paper, we will call the first of these scores (based on the 18 items) CDDQ Difficulties and the second score (based on three items) CDDQ Decision Status.
Both career counsellors and their clients typically see the successful outcome of their interaction to be in terms of moving from undecidedness to decidedness.
It is important to note that the measurements of career decision state (i.e., OAQ and satisfaction) reflect a higher level of undecidedness and dissatisfaction with an increase in scores.
For practice, implications of these findings include the need for practitioners to place less emphasis on planning for certainty and more tolerance of undecidedness.
A scale of educational and vocational undecidedness: A typological approach.
Instead of focusing on the target behavior of attending a specific workshop, it focused on the outcomes of being undecided--specifically, continued undecidedness and confusion, in addition to other negative consequences of being undecided about choosing a career.
In the theory's application, decidedness is not always the best outcome, and undecidedness can be the most appropriate conclusion of career counseling.
(1988) found that DISCOVER was effective in decreasing career undecidedness and increasing the CDMSE of college students.