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This article illustrates that what is legal may not necessarily be moral for the Roman Catholic Church (RCC) in the Philippines. Using sociological and theological perspectives and secondary data to compare the minimum wage and the family living wage of non-agricultural workers in Metro Manila as an illustration, it clarifies the basic difference b...
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Background In category-1 emergency cesarean section, decision-to-delivery interval (DDI) is an important indicator for evaluating the quality of maternity care. I thus evaluated DDI and neonatal outcome in category-1 emergency cesarean section in our institution. Case presentation I collected data from the six patients undergoing category-1 emerge...
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Various scholars have studied the increasing occurrence of toxic, often large-scale arguments over allegedly offensive behaviour in both public and private discourse arenas. However, what is meant by offence itself is rarely discussed at length in linguistics and communication studies, and little systematic work has been dedicated to how offence is...
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This paper discusses Jessica Flanigan’s book, Pharmaceutical Freedom. The paper advances two main claims. First, the paper argues that, despite what Flanigan claims, there is a coherent way to endorse the Doctrine of Informed Consent while resisting the view that there is a right to self-medicate. Second, the paper argues that Flanigan is committed...
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The past decade has seen a shift in the way that minorities exert their influence in society. Where in previous decades the emphasis was on winning the hearts and minds of the population at large, a recent strategy has been to ignore general public discourse and only to target specific influential bodies. In this paper we use the example of transge...
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New technologies are the source of uncertainties about the applicability of moral and morally connotated concepts. These uncertainties sometimes call for conceptual engineering, but it is not often recognized when this is the case. We take this to be a missed opportunity, as a recognition that different researchers are working on the same kind of p...
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Purpose Fragmented cancer care (FC) means that patients visit multiple providers for treatment, which is common in cancer care. While FC is associated with poor health outcomes in patients with colorectal cancer (CRC) worldwide, there is still a lack of evidence in South Korea. We investigated the association between FC and 5-year morality in patie...
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First evidence shows that some parents engage in the health-endangering practice of (mis-)using prescription drugs to boost their children’s school performance. But little is known about parental perspectives on this phenomenon. This study aims to better understand parents’ perspectives on the non-medical use of prescription drugs to improve health...
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In a recent paper, Cassinadri (2022) raised substantial criticism about the possibility of using moral reasons to endorse the hypothesis of extended cognition (EXT) over its most popular alternative, the embedded view (EMB). In particular, Cassinadri criticized 4 of the arguments we formulated to defend EXT and argued that our claim that EXT might...
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How should policymakers respond to the risk of technological unemployment that automation brings? First, I develop a procedure for answering this question that consults, rather than usurps, individuals’ own attitudes and ambitions towards that risk. I call this the insurance argument. A distinctive virtue of this view is that it dispenses with the...
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The collaborative consumption toward online collaborative redistribution platforms can potentially ease sustainability problems. Although it has attracted the attention from academics and practitioners, research on its determinants and influencing mechanism is limited. This study develops an integrated theoretical framework to explore the impact of...
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Introduction Malaria is a major public health burden in developing countries despite efforts made by several countries. This disease leads to high morbidity and mortality among Rwandans, particularly in the Southern Province where it was the sixth national cause of morality; at Munini hospital it is the first cause of mortality, but the associated...
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Children are considered as persons who are not mature enough to make sound judgments or avoid risky behavior. they have only partially internalized the concepts of social responsibility and morality, and often engage in harmful activities that require protection from the state or adults. The chapter examines some child protection arrangements in Gh...
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This study examined the impact of military peacekeeping operations on Muslim homes in Nigeria. Descriptive research design of survey type was adopted for the study. The researchers employed multiple choices closed-ended questionnaire for the collection of data. The self-designed instrument contained 23 question items that reflected the hypotheses f...
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In The Tyranny of Merit , Sandel recasts the discontent expressed in populism as a rejection of market morality and as an inarticulate plea for the restoration of civic virtue. He argues that a ‘market-based globalisation project’ has fostered meritocratic ideas which humiliate the victims of that project and undermine the dignity of labour. I ques...
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In Chinese language and culture, there are many metaphorical habits that use upright or skew shapes to express morality. Three experiments were conducted to determine whether there is a psychological metaphor in the cognition of Chinese people. To explore the psychological metaphorical associations between moral concepts and upright/skew shapes, th...
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With an evolutionary approach, the basis of morality can be explained as adaptations to for example problems of cooperation. With ‘evolution’ taken in a broad sense, evolving AIs that satisfy the conditions for evolution to apply will be subject to the same cooperative evolutionary pressure as biological entities. Here the possibility is discussed...
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In the history of the national Vietnam construction and defense, human rights values reflect in the state humanitarian policy, which bases on the standards of morality and indigenous beliefs and traditions of religion to deal with people. Vietnam's human rights are in line with international standards and principles, especially those in internation...
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Drawing on a ritual approach to microsociology, I explain how and why aesthetic and moral practices inform each other and evolve as they do. I continue to develop a theory of aesthetic engagement, specifying how it generates the emotional sensibilities that inform moral practices. Examining aesthetic engagement and emotional sensibilities focuses o...
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Currently, the confluence of law, morality, and economic efficiency in corporate governance is a difficult one. When an entity becomes independent from its owner and begins to live its own life, it presents a challenge for those responsible for its governance. The establishment of a firm culture distinguished by self-awareness, openness, and accoun...
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This study aimed to analyze the relationship among different evaluative reactions of the intergroup attitudes and contact in Spanish adolescents evaluating different ethnic minorities and in immigrant-background adolescents evaluating Spanish youth. This study was based on psychosocial models of great impact in the study of intergroup relations suc...
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Ethics, democracy and mass media are interconnected likea triangle and necessary for a better society. The media disseminate information in the society. Democracy is a people's centered government practiced with ethical principles and publicize through the media. In a democratic society, where the decision of the masses is supreme, mass media is in...
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This paper aims to bring together the appeal to the ordinary in the ethics of care and the ‘destruction’ or philosophical subversion which Wittgenstein references in his Philosophical Investigations: Where does our investigation get its importance from, since it seems to destroy everything interesting, all that is great and important? What we are d...
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The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) efforts of brands impact consumers’ willingness to support them, yet consumers are generally skeptical about CSR communication. This empirical work uses three experimental studies to show that framing CSR messages in values-based terms (“It is our duty to engage in this CSR initiative”) enhances consumers’...
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In the first part of the paper, I discuss Benatar’s asymmetry argument for the claim that it would have been better for each of us to have never lived at all. In contrast to other commentators, I will argue that there is a way of interpreting the premises of his argument which makes all of them come out true. (This will require one departure from B...
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This paper defends revisionism against a challenge: that it cannot convincingly hold that many instances of killing in war are morally wrong but should nonetheless remain legally permissible. The paper argues that we should view the relationship between the morality of war and the laws of war as analogous to the relationship between fundamental pri...
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In this paper, I argue that accounts of the normative basis of morality face the following puzzle, drawing on a case found in Susan Wolf’s influential discussion of conflicts between the moral and personal points of view. On the one hand, morality appears to constitute an independent point of view that can intelligibly conflict with, and can concei...
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I outline a theory of moral motivation which is compatible with the metaphysical claims of strong emotionism—a sentimentalist account of morality first outlined by Jesse Prinz (The emotional construction of morals, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2007) and supported by myself (Bartlett in Axiomathes, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10516-020-09524-...
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One of the leading factors that enables the successful functioning of the pharmaceutical industry is staffing. Proper training of specialists, along with the formation of their professional characteristics, should also include the development of spirituality and morality. The purpose of this study is to substantiate and experimentally test the mode...
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Wenxuan Liu, Hua Wang, Huanjie Zhu, Xiaoyan Zhu, Xianyou He, Wei Zhang Key Laboratory of Brain, Cognition and Education Sciences (South China Normal University), Ministry of Education, Guangdong Key Laboratory of Mental Health and Cognitive Science, Center for Studies of Psychological Application, School of Psychology, South China Normal University...
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Canadian and Persian children’s moral judgments of lie- and truth-telling in prosocial, antisocial situations as well as individual vs. collective-oriented lies and truths in the light of parenting practices was investigated. One hundred and eighty data from each country have been gathered. In total 360 children in 4 different age groups (5, 7, 9,...
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Partiality is the special concern that we display for ourselves and other people with whom we stand in some special personal relationship. It is a central theme in moral philosophy, both ancient and modern. Questions about the justification of partiality arise in the context of enquiry into several moral topics, including the good life and the role...
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Plastic surgery is a popular form of appearance modification. Nonetheless, attitudes toward the recipients of plastic surgery remain divided. These attitudes may be indicative of an underlying moralisation of plastic surgery in contemporary society. To test this hypothesis, we examined perceptions of plastic surgery in the context of Moral Foundati...
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Although the world of sports has witnessed numerous corruption scandals, the effects of perceived corruption in sports have not been sufficiently investigated in the literature. The aim of this paper is to examine how sports team identification weakens people’s perceptions of corruption in sports, and how it dampens corruption’s negative effects on...
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Background: The nursing dealing with people essentially refers to issues about people, giving great importance to moral and ethical issues. Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate the way nurses experience their profession in relation to their patients. Methodology: The methodology of the study was based on the collection of primary...
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This paper is an attempt to explicate the emancipatory limits of a historical figure in a caste society. As a case study, it offers a critical analysis of a metaphor of Shah Abdul Latif, the eighteenth-century poet who inherited enormous caste capital as a Sayed and custodian of a Sufi shrine. The poetry and life history of Shah Latif are often inv...
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In this chapter, I examined the relationship between the cerebellum, emotion, and morality with evidence from large-scale neuroimaging data analysis. Although the aforementioned relationship has not been well studied in neuroscience, recent studies have shown that the cerebellum is closely associated with emotional and social processes at the neura...
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This paper is an attempt to explicate the emancipatory limits of a historical figure in a caste society. As a case study, it offers a critical analysis of a metaphor of Shah Abdul Latif, the eighteenth-century poet who inherited enormous caste capital as a Sayed and custodian of a Sufi shrine. The poetry and life history of Shah Latif are often inv...
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Since the world entered the era of network information, the influence of the Internet has been expanding day by day, and today’s college students are deeply affected by the network environment, which has also brought unprecedented challenges to the moral education work of colleges and universities. The rule of law education for college students is...
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Moral Entanglements: Conserving Birds in Britain and Germany, by Stefan Bargheer, claims that work and play orientations have respectively organized German and British wild bird conservation efforts. The book argues that work and play are nonmoral categories, and—more broadly—that moral justifications for action should be understood as mere post-ho...
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Historical-institutional analysis reveals both long-term conceptual and ideological causes of financialization and, since 2010, the emergence of counter forces in the US. Theoretical confusions between the categories of financial balance sheets and the categories of national income and production produced two errors of conceptual stretching: of ban...
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What should sociologists make of nature? Pragmatism provides one possible answer to this question by centering the practical relations between humans and nonhuman nature. Stephan Bargheer’s Moral Entanglements offers perhaps the most ambitious effort to develop a pragmatist sociology of nature. The book’s polemical aim is to depose a family of theo...
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Nguyen Hung Vuong (2022), Community thinking in political philosophy of Alasdair Macintyre, Universum: Social Sciences, № 7 (86), pp. 16-21, DOI: 10.32743/UniSoc.2022.86.7.14110, ISSN 2311-5327. We can consider community as a prism to explore Alasdair MacIntyre's Communitarianism, which is the reasoning problems of self, morality, and justice. In h...
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Legal education has progressed in order to generate more competent and active lawyers. Ever since Advocates Act of 1961, the Bar Council of India (BCI) has indeed been critical in controlling legal standards of education and overseeing law institutions that offer law degrees. Conventional teaching approaches are insufficient for the legal education...
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Informed by a distinguished career's worth of reflection on Chinese psychology, this concluding essay situates Chinese moral psychology by forging a social psychological model applicable across cultures. Previous models have often been tailored to Western cultural contexts, but a handful-such as Fiske (1991), drawn upon here-were developed explicit...
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In the middle of the 20th century, virtually all of those who ran the largest companies in the USA were white men. Fifty years later, as the twenty-first century began, 96.2% were white men. Now, a fifth of the way into the 21st century, 85% are white men. Therefore, the number of women and non-white Fortune 500 CEOs has increased, especially in th...
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There is no gainsaying the fact that education, religion and morality are related. The essence of religion and education is to build good character and good life in the society. However, society is confronting with immorality especially among youths in spite of approved patterns of behaviour that have resulted to insecurity of different forms. This...
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Islam is exclusively the religion of the world that has provided man with a complete code of life in the form of the holy Qurān and being a revelation from Allah; the creator of man, human nature from all angles is accommodated in the holy Qurān. As morality is one of the most dominant characteristics of human life and is addressed and given import...
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The debate about the moral standing of pornography has spanned several decades. Some are for and others are against pornography or pornographic content. For conservative activists, they are of the opinion that pornography is destructive to a person’s morality and ideals in every way, whereas for liberals, it is a sexual right, and they believe th...
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In educational institutions of all levels, the educators have the primary goals of promoting student learning, helping them to achieve educational goals and carrying out the overall functioning of the educational institutions in an efficacious manner. In order to achieve these objectives, it is of utmost significance for the educators to augment th...
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Law, morality and profession relate to the customs, practices and rules of conduct of a society which are recognized as regulated by the society. Enforcement of Rules by Regulatory Authority. Law is an instrument that regulates human behavior. Laws provide the framework and rules for settling disputes between individuals. Laws create a system where...
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Education in the Philippines has undergone various phases of development from the past and up to the present. This paper describes the evolution of the Philippines' educational system as influenced by the different periods of colonization. This study was conducted to identify factors that contribute to the educational system and presents features a...
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Employees working under conscientious leadership perceive their leaders as ethical leaders. This study investigates the conscientiousness of leaders as an essential trait of ethical leadership and the relationship between ethical leadership and employee-turnover intention. Additionally, we study the potential mediating roles of the individual-level...
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From the stage of early childhood, throughout the lives of the individuals, they need to recognize the meaning and significance of traits of morality and ethics. Within educational institutions, when students are pursuing educational programs or the educators and other staff members are putting into operation their job duties and responsibilities,...
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Why are anti-abortion attitudes more prevalent among conservatives? Here we show that Polish Catholics who prioritize courage, deference to authority, and caring for kin over other moral qualities are more likely to oppose abortion and that these associations are mediated by conservatism. Our findings suggest that conservative opposition to abortio...
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The following paper does not, unfortunately, aim to highlight a new discovery, but wants to be merely a brief review of what is the development of morality, looking however at the process in a new way, with a neuroconstructivist approach, highlighting the 'new' discoveries on epigenetics, and the role that the interaction of systems (the social, bi...
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Public attitudes towards cognitive enhancement-e.g., using stimulants like Adderall and Ritalin to improve mental functioning-are mixed. Attitudes vary by context and prompt ethical concerns about fairness, obligation, and authenticity/character. While people may have strong views about the morality of cognitive enhancement, how these views are aff...
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The article studies the main directions of the processes of transformation and modernization in Azerbaijan in the context of basic principles of the concept of sustainable development. It is noted that, one of the most relevant issues today is the integration of the planetraies process of conciousness widespread in XXI century into the dialogue of...
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The main objective of this research paper is to understand that instructors need to possess the essential qualifications, competencies and abilities to do well in their job duties and promote enrichment of the overall system of education. When recruitment and selection of instructors takes place, it needs to be ensured, they possess the essential e...
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Hardback 9780192866325 304 pages £75.00 | $100.00 "Ning Yu's new book offers an insightful analysis of the metaphorical basis for moral reasoning ... The book will appeal to readers from many academic disciplines, and represents cognitive linguistics at its very best!"-Raymond W. Gibbs, Jr., author of Metaphor Wars: Conceptual Metaphor in Human L...
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In one vision of human success, future human evolution lies in enhancing our bodies and especially our minds, in order to achieve new levels of cooperation, morality, and wellbeing. In unadulterated form, this vision combines a pessimism in the human evolutionary heritage with an optimism in what technological enhancement could offer. I point to a...
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The book "Ethics-O Estado-A Pessoa" by Artur Victoria sheds light, with its reflection, on ethics at different stages of people in society and suggests how governments and states should act, simultaneously inviting readers to question the conduct of power holders and lay people in the world. Considering that Morals and Ethics are the main instrumen...
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Although Christianity has abundant literature against racism, the menace negatively affects human relationships in contemporary westernised societies. The near silence of most Christian denominations leads to one crucial question: how should Christians deal with racial prejudice in contemporary westernised societies? This article is a social critic...
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In all types of organizations, there are individuals in leadership positions. It is comprehensively understood that they aspire to do well in their job duties, achieve all types of organizational goals and lead to enhancement of the overall structure of the organizations. They aim to carry out all tasks and functions in a well-organized manner. For...
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In “Lord of the Flies,” William Golding integrates the living conditions of human beings into the relationship of the community of destiny between man and nature and reveals the neglect of ecological morality in the modern Western ethical value system with modernity as the core, showing a postmodern ecological ethics consciousness beyond modernity....
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It is an early attempt in my research around taxation. I have tried to understand the morality and attitude associated to taxation amongst the future taxpayers.
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The main objective of this research paper is to acquire an understanding of the meaning and significance of leadership training workshops. These are attended by the individuals in leadership positions to augment their knowledge, competencies and abilities. These need to be well-versed in terms of their job duties and responsibilities. In order to p...
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In this paper, I argue that a modified version of well-being subjectivism can avoid the standard, yet unintuitive, conclusion that morally horrible acts may contribute to an agent’s well-being. To make my case, I argue that “Modified Subjectivists” need not accept such conclusions about well-being so long as they accept the following three theoreti...
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In this work, I argue that biology provides the basis for morality and that a Surthrival Principle forms its fundamental core. This principle best leads to humans' long-term success as a species. I describe how the Surthrival Principle, derived from established biological tenets, consolidates and accounts for various pronounced maxims (e.g., the Un...
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حظي موضوع القيم التربويّة والفكريّة اهتمامًا كبيرًا من لدن المتخصّصين في التربيّة وغيرها، إذ تُعدّ القيّم من أهداف التربيّة ، وأنّ أهم وظائف التربيّة هو الحفاظ على التراث الثقافي الذي يمنح الإنسان أُسلوب الحياة ، وأنماط السلوك والقيّم، والعادات والتقاليد. وتُعدّ القيم الدينيّة، وما ينبثق عنها من قيم تربويّة وفكريّة في النظام التعليمي، ضرورية لنجاح...
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In various types of organizations, there are individuals in leadership positions. These individuals are vested with the authority and responsibility of implementing the job duties of carrying out the overall functioning of the organizations in an efficacious manner. Elements of leadership development programs impart information among leaders to do...
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This paper examines the role of social trust in influencing ethical work climate and decision-making. Moderated regression analysis was used to analyse the data. A survey was carried out at the Ministry of Entrepreneur and Co-operative Development (MECD) in Malaysia, and was completed by all 349 employees, which permitted a comprehensive overview....
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The following thesis analyses Thomas Mann's short story “Mario und der Zauberer”, which was published in Germany in 1930. The story consists of two parts and is set in an Italian seaside resort, where, based on what we are told by the narrator who speaks of African heat and chauvinistic atmosphere, there is a sort of regression to an earlier stage...
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Algorithms are increasingly making decisions in organizations that carry moral consequences and such decisions are considered to be ordinarily made by leaders. An important consideration to be made by organizations is therefore whether adopting algorithms in this domain will be accepted by employees and whether this practice will harm their reputat...
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R e v i s t a H i s t o r i a d o r N ú m e r o 1 4. D e z e m b r o d e 2 0 2 1. D i s p o n í v e l e m h t t p : / / w w w. r e v i s t a h i s t o r i a d o r. c o m. b r I S S N-2176-1 1 1 6 RESUMO Durante a década de 1970 no Brasil muitos artistas fizeram sucesso cantando baladas românticas, como Odair José e Agnaldo Timóteo, e foram taxados...
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This essay elucidates the background against which al-jamʿiyyāt al-islamiyya al-ahliyya [Islamic private associations] emerged in the Egyptian cities and embarked on ''re-Islamizing'' the urban public space throughout the interwar period. Their figureheads were drawn from among the urbanized/Westernized middle class, better known in the bibliograph...
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Spiritual struggles are distressing thoughts, feelings, or shifts in behaviors pertaining to faith/life philosophy in response to traumatic/stressful experiences. There is limited research on this phenomenon among family caregivers of persons in the early-stages of dementia (PWD). The purpose of this qualitative study, therefore, was to better unde...
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The current research examined the effect of unethical and ethical acts on memory. We hypothesized that, compared with ethical acts, unethical acts, which threaten people’s self-image, would be more likely to dampen the general memory process. Three studies provided supports for the hypothesis. We found in Study 1 that an unethical act led to worse...
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Joyful selfies taken at disaster sites create a controversial topic in terms of moral boundaries in digital life. While some consider it acceptable to take smiley selfies in a tragedy zone, others find this behavior morally questionable. This article demonstrates empirically that excessive time spent on social media explains, at least partially, a...
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To a large extent, the liberalness of Protestant Christianity has been central in the entrenchment of colonialism in Africa. Although Uganda became a British protectorate in 1894, the Anglican missionaries from the Church Missionary Society arrived in Uganda in 1877 and through their association with the British Empire, they ploughed the ground for...
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Developmental theories have proposed caregiver reactions, in particular caregivers’ moral reasoning with their children, as crucial factors in children’s developing morality. Yet, empirical evidence is scarce and mainly restricted to laboratory contexts. Here, we used the ambulatory assessment method to investigate how caregiver responses to moral...
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The individuals in leadership positions are vested with the authority and responsibility of putting into operation the job duties in a manner that would be facilitating in carrying out the functioning of overall organizations in a satisfactory manner. The foundations of leadership need to be reinforced on regular basis. The psychodynamics of leader...
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Big data technique has become a scientific force driving disruptive innovation and change in the education system and the entire field, including English word learning, which will undergo profound mechanism changes under the impetus of this trend. The reform of basic English education evaluation in the new era empowered by big data is an inevitable...
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This article unveils the Qur’an’s perspectives on the erosion of phobia of other religions because of the negative stereotypes attached to Islam and Christianity to create greater peace in religious life globally. Furthermore, the Qur’an’s perspective on adult religious morality development is revealed by the at-tafsir al-maudhu’i method (a themati...
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This article presents the DossierSociology of public probityand uses of law in “fight against corruption”, published in theJournal of Social Sciences of the Graduate Program in Soci-ology of the Federal University of Ceará in July 2022. Sincethe outbreak of OperationLava Jatoin 2014, the public de-bate was taken by multiple positions on the proximi...
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This article contributes to recognizing and recovering women's voices in the history of aesthetics by examining the aesthetic theory put forward in the 1860s by the Anglo-Irish philosopher and feminist Frances Power Cobbe. Cobbe addressed aesthetics and gender, maintaining that there are female geniuses. She addressed art and morality, arguing that...
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Consumers increasingly expect corporate brands to be sustainable and uphold their ethical values. To explore this topic, we draw on the impression formation literature from social psychology to investigate how perceptions of corporate sustainability activities influence the formation of corporate brand impressions (regarding the dimensions of brand...
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Military practice is an area of moral tension, a field where questions about right and wrong come up all the time and different values can clash with one another, giving rise to dilemmas and other moral challenges. Some moral chal-lenges can do so much violence to one’s own moral beliefs that they cause psy-chological damage. A soldier can develop...
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A plethora of questions are asked when discussing moral issues concerning traditional African societies. Common among them are, is African morality dependent on religion only or has its foundation solely on the society, and what is the nature of the traditional African morality? These questions when answered would solve the myriad of ethical issues...