In addition, this simple cognitive comparison model is based on an integration of information concerning the valance, instrumentality , and expectancy of outcomes.
And the instrumentality , Larry, is going to be very important.
For example, in the United States banks have been found liable on various bases, including the so-called instrumentality theory - they have controlled and dominated a borrower and it has become their mere instrumentality .
I first became aware of the political instrumentality of religion when manoeuvred into Anglican Confirmation by paternal pressure.
Rather, a masculinist workplace culture that rewards long hours and values competitiveness, individualism and instrumentality excludes those people that want a life outside work, whatever their gender.
The chief instrumentality of this sweeping program would be a league of nations.
In contrast, a federal research facility is ‘each department, agency, or instrumentality of the United States which uses live animals for research or experimentation.’
That groundedness is why art and design programs are becoming a model for liberal arts education, which has historically tried to remove itself from any instrumentality .
At the heart of all of them, I would argue, is the idea of instrumentality : a thing, unlike a person, is an instrument or means to the ends of persons; it is not an end in itself.
The only question is whether probable cause exists that somewhere on the property some evidence of the crime, contraband, instrumentality , or a fruit of the crime will be discovered.