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. Arnold , M. J. – Reynolds , K. E. ( 2003 ): Hedonic Shopping Motivations . Journal of Retailing 79 ( 2 ): 77 – 95 . Arnold , M. J. – Reynolds , K. E. ( 2012 ): Approach and

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’ thinking and motivation . Computers & Education , 56 ( 3 ), 839 – 846 . BenZion , G. ( 2010 ). Does a change in mathematics instructional strategies lead struggling third

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motivations ( Marty et al. 2021 ; Steptoe et al. 1995 ; Sun 2008 ). Steptoe et al. (1995) , through their food choice questionnaire (FCQ), conceived nine motives influencing food choice: health, mood, convenience, sensory appeal, natural content, price

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Imagined ? Journal of Business Ethics 20 : 217 – 225 . Kukanja , M. ( 2013 ): Influence of Demographic Characteristics on Employee Motivation in Catering Companies

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? The Influence of ICT on the Motivation of Knowledge Sharing. Knowledge and Process Management 6: 91–100. Hendriks P. Why Share Knowledge? The Influence of ICT on the Motivation of

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-interested individuals experienced a wave of challenges from behavioral approaches that viewed people as more complex in motivation, took seriously their cognitive peculiarities, and deviated from once-mainstream methodologies by taking a more empirical approach to

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Political Economy of Communism ( 1992 ), coupled with moral economic viewpoints. The motivations to write this paper were threefold: 1) I observe a temporal tension in social sciences, regarding the directions and methods of exploration. Whilst aiming to

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debtors are automatically eligible subject to the terms set out in the legal regulations. Based on the theories on consumption and retail borrowing, we seek to identify the motivations for this “borrowing”, i.e., for a debtor’s decision to participate in

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' behaviour and motivation. Here the phenomenon of ‘soft budget constraint’ 6 can be highlighted as a specific representation of systemic dysfunctionalities, and an outcome of the state's paternalism. The final block collects long-lasting and typical

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its particular perception of rationality. It states that agents are rational when they act in accordance with WARP. Therefore, rationality is instrumental because economists do not want to know about people’s motivations. Neoclassical economists are

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