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Self-determination versus majority rule/equal rights. Pavković explores how national self-determination, in the form of creation of a new state through secession, could override the principles of majority rule and of equal rights, which are primary liberal principles. This includes the question of how an unwanted state can be imposed upon a ...

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Self-determination is a process that assists the person in designing and exercising control over their own life and directs a fixed amount of dollars that will be spent on authorized supports and services, often referred to as an “individual budget.”

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Self-determination means that all people have the right to direct their futures; have control over how they live their lives, where, and with whom; and have authority over the resources that support them. Understanding of and commitment to the following principles are essential to ensure this basic human right is respected.

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Understanding Self-Determination: The Basics. By Karen Parker. DEFINITION OF SELF-DETERMINATION The right to self-determination, a fundamental principle of human rights law,(1) is an individual and collective right to "freely determine . . . political status and [to] freely pursue . . . economic, social and cultural development."

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Self-determination, the process by which a group of people, usually possessing a certain degree of national consciousness, form their own state and choose their own government.As a political principle, the idea of self-determination evolved at first as a by-product of the doctrine of nationalism, to which early expression was given by the French and American revolutions.

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The Center for Self-Determination is a non-profit organization, established in 2000, operating as the primary clearinghouse, training and technical assistance source on Self-Determination in the United States and other countries.

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The principle of self-determination was further shaped by the leaders of the French Revolution, whose doctrine of popular sovereignty, at least initially, required renunciation of all wars of conquest and contemplated annexation[s] of territory to France only after plebiscites.

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The Resolution reaffirms the right of the Palestinian people to self-determination, including their right to have an independent State, and urges all States, specialized agencies and organizations of the United Nations system to continue to support the Palestinian people and help them achieve their right to self-determination as soon as possible.

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Self-determination theory (SDT) is a macro theory of human motivation and personality that concerns people's inherent growth tendencies and innate psychological needs.It is concerned with the motivation behind choices people make without external influence and interference. SDT focuses on the degree to which an individual's behavior is self-motivated and self-determined.

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self-determination. Levin, The Principle of Self-Determination of Nations in Inter-national Law, SoviET YB. INT'L LAw 45 (1964). The most important source of information concerning self-determination is, of course, the, documents of the League of Nations and the United Nations. Higgins