Cultural fit: an important criterion for effective interventions and evaluation work in this 2015 paper debbie goodwin and colleagues point out that 'cultural fit' is a concept that can be applied to the effectiveness of one's evaluation practice as well as the interventions that seek to help people. Virtue ethical theories typically follow a neo-aristotelian or quasi-aristotelian model, making use of various combinations of key features of the aristotelian model including eudaimonism, perfectionism, an account of practical wisdom, and the thesis of the unity of the virtues. History of african philosophy this article traces the history of systematic african philosophy from the early 1920s to date in plato's theaetetus, socrates suggests that philosophy begins with wonder. Rules&and&principles&in&moral&decision&making& 2& argue& that& this& way of& thinking about& morality presents& a major& challenge& to our& common.
Analogous to the standard model theory about wrongness is the standard model theory of goodness, which supports and complements moorean generalism: smt good if x is good because it is r, then that must be because being r is. The seven dimensions of culture model was created by fons trompenaars and charles hampden-turner, and was published in their book, riding the waves of culture the model says that what distinguishes people from one culture compared with another is where their preferences fall on each of the following seven dimensions. I'm a methodological particularist in epistemology, including moral epistemology i think we know some acts are right, and others are wrong and i think utiliarianism gets some of these wrong. Family systems therapy draws on systems thinking in its view of the family as an emotional unit when systems thinking—which evaluates the parts of a system in relation to the whole—is applied.
Pal goal of city planning, i argue for the model of the just city, based on nussbaum's concept of capacities and a recognition of the inevitable trade-offs among equity, diversity, growth, and sustainability. The finding that there is a social gradient in health has prompted considerable interest in public health circles recent influential works describing health inequities and their causes do not always argue cogently for a policy framework that would drive the most appropriate solutions differentially. Protectionism is the economic policy of restricting imports from other countries through methods such as tariffs on imported goods, import quotas, and a variety of other government regulations proponents claim that protectionist policies shield the producers, businesses, and workers of the import-competing sector in the country from foreign. Despite sound conceptual foundations and sincere intentions, though, most efforts to change the existing system arise in the form of particularist movements, each with its own rhetoric, vocabulary, tools and techniques, and sources of support.
I evaluate several models for explaining why this is true, including market-, developmental state-, and regional-based explanations finding these unsatisfactory, i propose an alternative model: particularist political structure and industrial strategic culture undermine the ability of chinese firms to associate, learn, and innovate. Leadership, management, and personal development training trompenaars cultural dimensions - the 7 dimensions of culture trompenaars cultural dimensions model is a tool which can help you work more effectively with different cultures. Book prospectus for natural sentiments: adam smith and environmental ethics by patrick r frierson this book offers a detailed application of adam smith's moral philosophy to environmental ethics. This model leads to new goals for the design and evaluation of affective systems- instead of sensing and transmitting emotion, systems should support human users in understanding, interpreting, and experiencing emotion in its full complexity and ambiguity.
Particularism and generalism: how ai can evaluation and a particularist with respect to others 2 challenges of particularism model for classifying cases and. Through structural analysis and ethnographic examples, descola offers a well thought-out method of apprehending the various perspectives held by diverse collectives of peoples across the globe regarding the form and function of the relationship between nature and culture. They will evaluate the source of a proposal as much as the content if you press for a specific time by which you want a decision, you may actually harm your chances for success be aware that arabs are very relaxed about the timing of events.
This paper investigates the role played by the cultural norm of particularism, as opposed to universalism, for collusive bribery in our theoretical framework, the act of proposing or demanding a bribe violates a commonly held social norm, thus producing a psychological cost. Evaluation-annual assessment of a teacher's performance based on standards, value as calculated by the statewide growth model for educator effectiveness the. On this model, then, the stringency of a right might be seen to articulate a point along a range of possibilities, with rights being 'more' or 'less' stringent depending on which alternative moral considerations they are being held in judgement against, their number and arrangement 4 thus, a maximally stringent right is one which is.
As it is particularist it focuses on a small number of traits that make the individual virtuous but ignores the big picture society toady is far too big and complex to take note of a moral theory that only focuses on the small things. Historical particularism claims that each society has its own unique historical development and must be understood based on its own specific cultural context, especially its historical process. Abstract: this paper explores a particularist element in the theory of method of imre lakatos, who appealed to the value-judgements of élite scientists in the appraisal of competing theories of method. The first dimension of fonstrompenaars' model addresses the cultural differences in adherence towards laws and regulations, or other frameworks of good and correct behavior while a universalist places a high importance on such laws, rules, values and obligations, a particularistic would evaluate circumstances first and then decide whether.