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1 It may relate to changing attitudes toward childhood.
2 Reflections on changing attitudes to young womens offending.
3 This is a matter of changing attitudes .
4 The intent was to change behavior by changing attitudes .
5 But changing attitudes play a role, too.
6 Changing attitudes doesn't occur overnight or through compulsion.
7 We 've invested in changing attitudes and behaviours.
8 The useful introduction discusses changing attitudes to the depiction of nature.
9 We are in the business of changing attitudes .
10 One of the fundamental ways of changing attitudes is through information.
11 Demographics and changing attitudes will exacerbate this. 2.
12 Changing attitudes toward the Nazi regime are central to this story.
13 These changing attitudes on immediate exclusion appear to be affecting public policy.
14 There is evidence of changing attitudes .
15 This is , itself, the result of changing attitudes to authority.
16 One change the report highlights is the changing attitudes in other business sectors .
17 Changing attitudes on the issue parallel broader swings in public views about homosexuality.
18 But the combined efforts of the Gorbachevs may be changing attitudes already.
19 Reducing or eliminating the problem therefore means changing attitudes as well as behaviour.
20 The expressions reflect social change and also changing attitudes to certain lifestyles and values.
21 She says there is quite some progress made with changing attitudes towards the practice.
22 Clearly, the post-industrial world is changing attitudes as well as places.
23 Ms Maynard said : " Changing attitudes is at the heart of legacy.
24 But this can only be put right by changing attitudes to risk aversion.
25 Toys became more widespread with the changing attitudes towards children engendered by the Enlightenment.
26 WordStar claims this move reflects changing attitudes in the industry towards Windows software pricing.
27 To illustrate this relationship, Giddens discusses changing attitudes towards marriage in developed countries.
28 It was the first such appointment world-wide and increased the momentum of changing attitudes .
29 CHANGING attitudes to women in business is like changing course in a giant tanker.
30 Experts must develop methods of forcefully changing attitudes and beliefs to prevent the authoritarian overlord.
31 But the change of attitude was also partly a result of changing attitudes towards children.
32 A part of changing attitudes .
33 In particular that means changing attitudes among children and young people – both boys and girls .
34 Changing attitudes can be difficult.
35 If anything, it's a small reflection of the changing attitudes in society".
36 Changing attitudes about family planning in Bangladesh Focus groups also work outside of western culture.
37 Alongside the increased number of private apartments was the emergence of changing attitudes toward the family.
38 But how much can be achieved by technology and how much is dependent upon changing attitudes ?
39 Contracts do not evolve over time nor are they living documents that reflect ever changing attitudes .
40 These changing attitudes can be seen as part of the general reaction against the older voluntarism.