Dimensions of Hypocrisy 1 Hypocrisy
... hypocritical if she tells others that premarital sex is wrong than if she simply implies it by her
leadership in a church group? Is a person who drinks alcohol hypocritical for criticizing
someone who takes drugs? Is a self-deluded gay male who criticizes other gays less hypocritical
than one who is ...
A MONOLOGUE ON SHAME - Michigan State University
... attributes is crucial for distinguishing Else‘s thought processes and behaviors. Though she
encounters guilt, it is shame that plagues her.
There is a certain danger in the dichotomization of shame and guilt. The juxtaposition of
shame must be occasionally presented as such, given the blurred lines ...
... notes two examples where his distinction is relevant. First, Arnett argues that there are
often differences in socialization by gender. Where these differences exist, argues
Arnett, socialization tends to be narrower for women than for men. Arnett also argues
that Japanese socialization is narrow as ...
Animism, Cannibalism, and Pet-keeping among
... The Guajá reckon consanguineal relations through males, but they
also have the notion of plural paternity that is commonly found in
Amazonian groups. Beckerman and Valentine (2002) recently devoted an
entire volume to exploring this concept in numerous lowland South
American cultures. The Guajá are ...
Leadership and the three faces of integrity
... Blustein (1991) similarly concludes that personal integrity can be had by tyrants if they act in accordance with their deeply
held commitments (p. 123). One can imagine a leader who promises to crush his foes and then does so with great force. On
Blustein's account, the leader has personal integrity ...
The Explorer Quotient™ Worksheets
... number of worksheets—one for each of
the best-prospect Explorer Types that the
CTC focuses on in each of its markets.
You get a one-page summary of the
research on that Explorer Type, including
quick demographic facts, social and
travel values, as well as travel behaviours.
There’s also a brief desc ...
The Protestant work ethic and attitudes towards
... reviewed. A study is described which examines the relationship between Protestant work ethic beliefs and attitudes to unemployment. Subjects rated the
importance of various explanations for unemployment in Britain, as well as their
agreement with statements about social security (welfare) payments t ...
The politics and philosophical genealogy of Evans
... hurt which might result from it, the party injured was certain to find in it a
contempt for his person, which was often more insupportable than the hurt itself.
Thus, as every man punished the contempt shown in him by others, in
proportion to his opinion of himself, revenge became terrible, and men ...
Unit 1 Review
... 132. What are the basic values that Robin M. Williams identified as being central to the American way of life?
133. What is considered the severest sanction?
134. What is social control?
135. What are six factors that stimulate social change?
136. How can natural disasters produce social and cultura ...
1 Making Sense of Nietzsche`s “Truths”: Slavery, Misogyny and
... inability to create new values, depending on their “masters” for meaning. Evidence for this
suggestion can be found in the following passage: “The noble human being must force himself,
with the aid of history, to recognize that, since time immemorial, in all somehow dependent
social strata the commo ...
Finding Consistency in Rousseau
... soi-même], contributes to the mutual preservation of the entire species” (DOI I ).
Secondly, Hobbes envisions natural man as living in “continual fear, and danger of
violent death”; his life is “solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short” (Leviathan ch. XIII).
Rousseau, by contrast, maintains th ...
Test I Notes
... Human activities or experiences that occur during leisure time that are usually
voluntarily chosen for intrinsic reasons and are generally pleasurable.
Can also be regarded as an emotional state resulting from participation or as a social
The Mindful Consumer - Friends of the Earth
... countering the over-bearing consumerism which characterises modern Western society.
On the surface, this project may appear heroic. Mindfulness is concerned with mental states.
Consumerism is concerned with stuff. Linking one with the other seems incongruous at first
sight. A fundamental premise of ...
tHe HIDDen DIMensIon oF soCIAL noRMs In IbIbIo: tRI
... that such behaviour is either too sacred and consecrated or too dangerous
and accursed for ordinary individuals to undertake hence caution is
required. Under this interpretation, a norm is a form of “thought police”
that governs not just human behavior, but also the human thoughts.
For example, mere ...
Can the Science of Well-Being Be Objective?
Existential Semiotics and Cultural Psychology
... struggle; for example, C major at the end of
• opening: the appearance of x means a gate to
the world of possibilities, new universes open for
• liberation: the appearance of x signiﬁes
getting rid of the chains of y or x′.
However, one has to note two other aspects of
this mode ...
Innovation and Social Change
... separate and parallel perspectives hampers our ability to understand social change and to
design better innovations.
Suchman (1988) describes the two discourses as "separate spheres":
By and large, we are taught to view the political and the technological as
separate spheres, the former having to do ...
The relationship between parental racial attitudes and children`s
... males, and three White females were displayed; the pictures were cropped at the chin and forehead so that no
hair or clothing was visible. The good words were joy,
love, peace, wonderful, pleasure, glorious, laughter and
happy. The bad words were agony terrible, horrible nasty, evil, awful, failure ...
... important for communitarians, who share with the architects of the welfare
state the same broad objective of social inclusion but who regard the State as
being unable to deliver it. Their task is to provide an alternative account of
how a supportive social environment can be attained and sustained. ...
A Review of the Relationship Among Parenting Practices
... basis is a way parents can socialize their children. With respect to the socialization of school achievement, parental involvement consists of attending
parent–teacher conferences, helping children with homework, volunteering
for leadership roles within the school, and attending children’s extracurr ...
Beyond Equality of What
... is to provide a justification of the social and institutional arrangements shaped (or
shapeable) by the state’s power that all members of society can defensibly be
expected to be able to reconcile with their freedom and equality as citizens.
Liberal neutralists claim that when a society contains a d ...
Ch. 6 S. 2
... in public schools. Unlike many private
schools, public schools were
coeducational, which meant that young
men and women spent a good portion of
their day with one another.
Chapter 6 Section 2: Teenagers and Dating
... • First, dating is a form of entertainment. It allows young people to get together to
simply have fun.
• Second, dating is a mechanism for ____________________. It teaches individuals
about members of the opposite sex and how to behave in social situations.
• Third, dating fulfills certain basic psy ...
Familialism is an ideology that promotes the family of the Western tradition as an institution. Familialism views the nuclear family of one father, one mother, and their child or children as the central and primary social unit of human ordering and the principal unit of a functioning society and civilization. Accordingly, this unit is also the basis of a multi-generational extended family, which is embedded in socially as well as genetically inter-related communities, nations, etc., and ultimately in the whole human family past, present and future.Familialism advocates Western ""family values"" and usually opposes other social forms and models that are chosen as alternatives (i.e. single-parent, polygamy, LGBT parenting, etc.). A typical trait of familialism is the insistence that normality resides in the patriarchal nuclear family.Familialism is usually considered conservative or reactionary by its critics who argue that it is limited, outmoded and unproductive in modern Western society. As a social construct imposed on non-Western cultures, it has been criticized as being destructive. Its prevalence in psychoanalysis has been criticized, and its antagonistic relationship with LGBT culture has been noted.