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insects have not yet been established (Morales-Ramos et al ., 2022) is another reason for the delay in the utilization of food waste. A method that has been proposed to enable feed design without taking many years is called self-selection, which is a feed design method that utilizes the instincts of

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In: Journal of Insects as Food and Feed

previous level of well-being has already been empirically tested (e.g. Oruc 2009 ; Schon 2019). However, a clear theoretical explanation of the self-selection mechanism in the case of forced migration is still missing. This article develops and tests a model that can contribute to a better understanding

In: Southeastern Europe

examining relevant empirical evidence. The evidence consists of survey data that illuminate the significance of personality factors in the selection, self-selection, and policy preferences of German parliamentary elites, together with comparable survey data covering the German population. I intend to assess

In: Comparative Sociology

matter for bureaucratic appointments in autocracies; 3 our goal is, however, to go beyond this research and to provide evidence for cases where the logic of appointment the regime itself would pursue explicitly contradicts the allocation of positions resulting from bureaucratic self-selection and to

In: Russian Politics

. But many Christians also seem to have viewed education, spouse self-selection, and companionate marriage as an end in themselves. In this, their perspective differed from other reformers. For New Culture intellectuals, female education served in large part to bolster their own (male) flourishing

In: Review of Religion and Chinese Society

the survey. Second, the paper discusses the strengths of the datasets and the analytical approaches to which they are best suited, especially the possibilities afforded by surveying everyone in a local church, as well as the limitations, particularly with regard to issues of self-selection bias

In: Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, Volume 29

imported from zootechnics, as in the case of sperm examination. Since its inception, however, it has come up against normative, structural and material constraints that limit its scope, intensity and reach, even as human genetics techniques developed. The role played by self-selection, nurtured and

In: Revue de Synthèse

feeding methods (control and self-selection) were assigned to pens, so each treatment consisted of 6 replicates. The control received a control diet complying with the Hyline Brown Nutrient Requirements Standard, whereas the self-selection had access to the control and four other diets (high energy