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    Relationship Between the Intensity of the Internal and External Locus of Control and Relation to the Property of the Subjects.Grzegorz Kida - 2018 - Journal for Perspectives of Economic Political and Social Integration 24 (2):67-84.
    In this article the assumption that made to formulate the hypothesis that evaluation of attractiveness of financial instruments by the testees influence their perception of property was certainty that people who have got other attitude in terms of attractiveness towards particular products and financial instruments available on polish capital market, will experience notion of property differently.
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    Discussing the Scientific Evidence Generation and Psychological Research Methods in Postmodern Societies.Albert Sesé - 2018 - Journal for Perspectives of Economic Political and Social Integration 24 (2):9-30.
    Evidence generation by current Social and Health Sciences is coping with some important barriers that difficult credibility of scientific products. Information and communication technologies have a strong impact over social relationships in our postmodern societies. The incidence of post-truth in our context is generating a pernicious relativism, far from contrasting the information veracity. The aim of this paper is to analyze and discuss the challenges of research methods and statistical models, more specifically for Psychological research, taking into account the impact (...)
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    Is a 100% Renewable Energy Economy Possible in the Light of Wind Silence Occurrences?Jakub Edward Zaleski - 2018 - Journal for Perspectives of Economic Political and Social Integration 24 (2):47-65.
    This article is focused on analysing the present state of renewable electricity production and consumption coverage in Germany, concentrating on the intermittence of wind and solar energy production and considering the significance of the wind silence phenomenon. The development and promotion of renewable energy is a major goal set out by politicians of which one example is the German plan “Energiewende”. The author examines wind and solar energy complementarity and attempts assessing the possibility of basing Germanys’ electricity production on renewable (...)
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    The People Demand Social Justice: The Social Protest in Israel as an Agoral Gathering.Leehu Zysberg - 2018 - Journal for Perspectives of Economic Political and Social Integration 24 (2):31-45.
    The summer of 2011 has seen the first mass-scale social protest in Israel in its 70 years of existence. This social wave that shook the country, showed unique characteristics a-typical of most social and political uprisings, that go largely unexplained by social theories of social change and crowd psychology. In this article I am analyzing published reports of the social protest of 2011, and draw the analogy with the concept of ‘Agoral Gathering’ that may account for these events and support (...)
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    Pedagogy of communion as promising educational approach for the achievement of global competencies.Teresa Boi - 2018 - Journal for Perspectives of Economic Political and Social Integration 24 (1):103-123.
    This paper highlights the results of a theoretical analysis aiming to prove that the key dimensions of Global Competence framework as proposed by OECD in 2016 are integrated in the so-called Pedagogy of Communion: the educational approach sprouted from the experience of Chiara Lubich and the Focolare Movement. The socio-ontological intelligence theoretical model may represent a valid support to all parties interested in developing the emerging OECD Education 2030 Framework aimed at establishing a common grammar and language, to support the (...)
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    Forgiveness: love relationship.Beatrice Gnudi - 2018 - Journal for Perspectives of Economic Political and Social Integration 24 (1):93-102.
    The article highlights the relationship between forgiveness, relation and love. It is divided in three sections: an experience of forgiveness which took place in Burundi in the ‘90s, an outline of the culture of that country and some theories about forgiveness in the psychological field. The giving of forgiveness is not immediate, but when the victim is able to grant it, he becomes a subject with the power to release himself from a oppressor-oppressed relationship, wherein, if he doesn’t forgive, he (...)
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    Exemplification of Expectations and their Implications for Trust and Credibility of University Teachers in the Students’ Opinion.Anna Pawiak - 2018 - Journal for Perspectives of Economic Political and Social Integration 24 (1):51-67.
    The article describes the question of trust and credibility of university teachers, i.e. fulfilling the expectations and obligations towards students who have placed their trust in the teachers. It focuses on the importance of credibility understood as expectations concerning relations. The discussion aims at presenting of the significance of academic teachers’ credibility for students and finding the answer to the question about the basis on which the teachers’ credibility is evaluated in students’ opinion. The conclusions base on the analysis of (...)
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    Harnessing Social Processes for the Common Good.John Raven - 2018 - Journal for Perspectives of Economic Political and Social Integration 24 (1):9-49.
    This article argues that harnessing social processes for the common good depends on creating a learning society which will innovate, learn, and evolve in the long-term public interest. In essence, this involves establishing more embedded, interconnected, and interacting, “organic” feedback loops which do not depend on long and distorting chains of “accountability” to distant “representative” assemblies of “decision takers”. Several important steps toward doing this are discussed. However, all depend on undertaking a great deal of adventurous, problem-driven research. By far (...)
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    Personality, Job Resources, and Self-Efficacy as Predictors of Volunteer Engagement in Non-Governmental Organizations.Mariola Łaguna & Magdalena Kossowska - 2018 - Journal for Perspectives of Economic Political and Social Integration 24 (1):69-89.
    As volunteer engagement in non-governmental organizations vary between individuals, it is vital to get to know its predictors. It can be of profit to volunteers and the ones who profit from their activities. The aim of present study was to examine a model explaining volunteer engagement examining volunteer self-efficacy as a mediator and personality traits, job resources as its predictors. Respondents were asked to fill in questionnaires accessible online. Those consisted of demographic questions as well as Ten-item Personality Inventory, and (...)
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