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self-determination

the right of a nation or people to determine its own form of government without influence from outside
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In this respect, it is possible to consider three basic types of motivation, which range from the most self-determined form (intrinsic motivation) to lower levels of self-determination (extrinsic motivation and demotivation), also characterizing different types of motivational regulators that influence human behavior.
Semler constantly reminds us, however, that the goal of an Aristotelian life is not merely self-determined activity but virtuous activity.
We expected that the group of self-determined students would have higher levels of exploration and lower levels of indecision because, according to the literature, this profile is more frequently related to adaptive vocational behaviors (Blustein, 1988; Guay, 2005; Kiener, 2006).
The greater insights generated from analyzing self-determined customer journeys enable marketers to better engage and nurture leads into qualified sales opportunities.
The extent to which these three needs are supported and satisfied largely dictates the level of self-determined motivation, with greater needs satisfaction being associated with higher level of motivation; vice versa (Deci and Ryan, 1985).
In addition, it has been shown that athletes' perceived competence plays an important role in understanding athletes' self-determined forms of motivation.
We must continue to support policies and progress that ensure Alaska's tribes are self-determined and have the resources they need to protect and provide for their communities.
The most self-determined form of motivation is intrinsic motivation, where behavior is determined by the satisfaction and pleasure that involvement in the activity brings.
My adolescent quest for glamour and a more self-determined life began with a simple diet and ended with my cheek pressed to the cold concrete of my basement floor surrounded by pools of vomit, a direct result of the ipecac I swallowed after submitting to the appetite I had denied for weeks.
The findings indicate that although their introduction to service-learning was serendipitous and initial use was mostly unintentional and often for extrinsically-motivated reasons, graduate students planned to continue to use service-learning in their teaching for more self-determined reasons as a result of the positive effects they observed on their pedagogy, students, and themselves.
Among the topics are a brief history of Toronto strippers and sex work identity, anti-colonial and self-determined responses to young people involved in the sex trade, negotiating feminism and harm reduction in Halifax, human trafficking and the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games, and Canadian anti-pimping law and how it harms sex workers.
The more an individual perceives a course of action will satisfy these needs, the more self-determined that individual becomes, thus internalizing the motive (Ryan & Deci, 2000a).