Anna Lo Presti

Anna Lo Presti
Università degli Studi di Torino | UNITO

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Based on an online survey conducted in January 2018 at the University of Turin, the article examines the relationship between young people and spirituality, with particular reference to those who identify themselves as «spiritual but not religious» (SNR). The results of the research reveal that the interpretations of the notion of spirituality are...
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‘Percentage Philanthropy’ or ‘Percentage Tax Designation’ institutions, known in Italy as ‘Otto per mille’ and ‘Cinque per mille’ – existing in several countries of southern and central-eastern Europe – allow taxpayers to allocate a little percentage of their taxes to organizations pursuing public utility purposes. The choice of designation of a be...
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5.1. Percezione della presenza e del significato del TMC e della data di scadenza 5.2. Familiarità delle famiglie con l’informazione sulla durabilità di un alimento 5.3. Durabilità e comportamento delle famiglie nella fase di scelta e di acquisto di un alimento 5.4. Durabilità e comportamento delle famiglie nella fase di gestione degli alimenti nel...
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In the statistical literature of the last 20 years, Pls-Path modeling has been a common methodology for the analysis of customer satisfaction and customer loyalty. Since Pls-Path models are systems of causal linear relations between latent variables, they are suitable for modeling constructs as satisfaction, loyalty, quality, etc., which cannot be...
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There is less data available regarding the characteristics of cognitive impairment in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in a population-based series. Patients with ALS incident in Piemonte, Italy, between 2009 and 2011 underwent an extensive neuropsychological battery. Cognitive status was classified as follows: normal cognition, fr...
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In the present study we propose a standard model for client loyalty evaluation of services supplied for middle-long periods as banking and assurance services, phone services, gas and electricity supply. In this class of services, the relationship between client and provider lasts until the client shows a clear disloyalty behaviour (switching to ano...
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In this paper we split up the sampling error occurred in stratified and clustering sampling, called global error and measured by the variance of estimator, in many partial errors each one referred to a single stratum or cluster. In particular, we study, for clustering sampling, the empirical distribution of the homogeneity coefficient that is very...
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Web-surveys are more and more widespread due to their easiness and rapidity; nevertheless, the ones for which mailing lists are not used, cannot be scientifically valued as they show serious coverage errors. In fact, how it is underlined in par.2, the web-population P(w) represents only a subset of the overall population that is, in general, the on...
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In a few sampling investigations the survey leads to non-homogeneous information, owing to the particular treated subject or to the particular typology of population involved. This happens when a part of the sample units provides reliable information, while another part provides non-reliable information on a few variables. In these circumstances th...
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In the present paper we propose a standard model for customer loyalty evaluation of services based on a continuing relationship with the provider. The relationship terminates when the customer shows a clear unloyalty behavior (switching to another provider or not using the service). We consider two different dimensions of loyalty: Behavioral Loyalt...

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