Celebrities are also important influencers, since 22 percent of youth admit being influenced
by a recommendation from a celebrity when choosing a product while 19 percent admit trusting the products that were recommended by celebrities.
No organization is an island, so it has to work hard at both influencing and ensuring it is systematically influenced
College students in general are influenced
by other people, significant others in their lives.
A court will consider, among other things, the relationship between the donor and the challengers, determining that the more strained or distant the relationship, the less likely the donor had to be unduly influenced
in order to disinherit them.
The importance of this shows how players are influenced
at the beginning of there search and what they want when they are finished with there playing career.
However, the most encompassing impediment is simply not knowing or appreciating the system to be influenced
and the advocate's role within that system.
In the early part of the past century, influential French mathematicians such as Alexandre Grothendieck, Andre Weil, Henri Cartan, and others were all influenced
by the work of a man known as Nicolas Bourbaki.
Efficacy expectations are influenced
by vicarious experiences, or seeing peers or members of reference groups perform a given task.
Super's (1957, 1984) Model of Career Development has greatly influenced
research on career stages.
As Goldstone also noted, path dependence involves not just the idea that outcomes are influenced
by initial conditions, but they are also related to "the choices or outcomes of intermediate events between the initial conditions and the outcome." (10)
They were a powerful group that heavily influenced
the direction of guidance and counseling in this country during the late 1930s, the 1940s, and 1950s.