Essays about: "Moral Values of Life"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 21 essays containing the words Moral Values of Life.

  1. 1. Creating a Caring Union : Examining the possibilities, and advantages, of replacing the ethics of justice with the ethics of care as the moral framework of the European Union

    University essay from Linköpings universitet/Institutionen för ekonomisk och industriell utveckling

    Author : My Engsjö-Lindgren; [2021]
    Keywords : Ethics of care; Ethics of justice; European Union; moral framework;

    Abstract : The aim of this thesis was to examine if the ethics of care could replace the ethics of justice, and what the advantages of replacing it would be. To determine if the replacement could be successful, the European Union (EU) goals was used as a measurement. READ MORE

  2. 2. Att iscensätta naturupplevelser : ett utforskande gestaltningsarbete om människors relation till natur

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Urban and Rural Development

    Author : My Nordström; Karolin Hård; [2020]
    Keywords : naturupplevelse; friluftsliv; konstnärlig gestaltning; tillfällig landskapsarkitektur; immersiva upplevelser; immersion; dramaturgi;

    Abstract : Samhällets dualistiska attityd skiljer ofta människa från djur, stad från natur, stadsliv från naturliv, vilket gör att relationerna mellan människan och naturen är bristande. Världsbilden och värderingarna bygger bland annat på den naturkontakt som erbjuds i vardagslivet samt hur naturen kommuniceras. READ MORE

  3. 3. President of Crimea. Constitution : Author(s) Autonomous Republic of Xena-Maria

    University essay from Konstfack/Institutionen för Konst (K)

    Author : Mariia Kulykivska; [2020]
    Keywords : Maria Kulikovska; art in exile; exile; displacement; body; borders; art and borders; migration; sculpture; performative sculpture; performance; action; live performance; objects; art of Eastern Europe; architecture; feminism; crimean artist; ukrainian artist; swedish immigrant artist; political art; installation; manifestation; Louise Bourgeois; Joseph Beuys; degenerative artists; forbidden artists; female artist; Mariia Kulikovskaya; queer art; alien art; productive alienation; Masha Kulikovska; Masha Kulikovskaya; Мария Куликовская; Маша Куликовская; Марія Куликівська; Марія Куліковська; художник в изгнании; искусство в изгнании; искусство в иммиграции; восточно европейское искусство; запрещенное искусство; запрещенные художники; дегенеративное искусство; крымская художница; украинская художница; художница-переселенка; шведские художники-иммигранты; тело; границы; феминизм в искусстве; квир художник;

    Abstract : In this essay, two voices are heared, from two women: a certain artist Xena, who talks about her life and its dramas, interwoven with her own experiences from her diaries; and the voice of Maria, who analyzes Xena's life story and her art, diffracted through the prim of the history of 21stC art.  Art the outset, "President of Crimea. READ MORE

  4. 4. First-time mothers & Symbolic Consumption - The role of baby clothing consumption in woman's transition to motherhood

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Institutionen för service management och tjänstevetenskap

    Author : Sara Liski; [2020]
    Keywords : Motherhood; Symbolic Consumption; Baby Clothing; Meanings; Socio-cultural retailing; Consumer Culture Theory; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : The parents growing interest towards children clothing has become apparent when following Finnish media during the past years. In similar vein consumer culture literature has noticed the rise of clothing markets for newborns. It is scientifically proven that consumption objects have a significant role in life transitional phases. READ MORE

  5. 5. Treacherous Words : How Climate Change Conspiracy Sceptics use Conceptual Metaphors to Extinguish our Future

    University essay from Umeå universitet/Institutionen för språkstudier

    Author : Ida-Maria Chvostek; [2019]
    Keywords : United States of America; conservative think tanks; critical metaphor analysis; IPCC; framing;

    Abstract : This study examined the metaphors used in contemporary American conservative discourse between October 2018 and March 2019, focusing on material published by conservative think tanks (CTTs) and tweets made by Republican senators in relation to climate change. For the CTTs, a domain-specific corpus (36,388 words) was compiled and a smaller corpus (3967 words) was assembled based on 135 tweets. READ MORE