Essays about: "Morals"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 55 essays containing the word Morals.

  1. 1. RISK, RESPECT & UNSPEAKABLE ACTS : Untangling Intimate-Sexual Consent through 'Intuitive Inquiry' & 'Agential Realism'

    University essay from Karlstads universitet/Centrum för genusforskning (from 2013)

    Author : Frida Storm; [2021]
    Keywords : Doing; Consent; Communication; Intuition; Somatics; Intimacy; Sex; Sexual; Violence; Negotiation; Coercion; Rape; Legislation; Feminism; Neoliberal; Queer; Fanzine; BDSM; Dance; Performance; Sex Work; Responsibilization; Accountability; Diffraction; Entanglement; Autonomy; Agency; Power; Trauma.; Görande; samtycke; consent; kommunikation; intuition; somatik; intimitet; sex; sexuellt; våld; förhandling; tvång; våldtäkt; lagstiftning; feminism; nyliberalism; queer; fanzine; BDSM; dans; uppträdande; sexarbete; responsibilisering; ansvar; diffraction; entanglement; autonomi; agens; makt; trauma.;

    Abstract : In an attempt to address the issues in research and theory on consent, this thesis explores what consent can be seen as "doing" through an 'Intuitive Inquiry' (Anderson 2011a) and 'Agential Realism' (Barad 2007). Various manifestations of consent appears through: the experience of the researcher, consent research and theory, consent legislation, interviews with professionals in intimate-sexual consent, and, feminist fanzines. READ MORE

  2. 2. Weaponized malware, physical damage, zero casualties – what informal norms are emerging in targeted state sponsored cyber-attacks? : The dynamics beyond causation: an interpretivist-constructivist analysis of the US media discourse regarding offensive cyber operations and cyber weapons between 2010 and 2020

    University essay from Försvarshögskolan

    Author : Margarita Sallinen; [2021]
    Keywords : constructivism; critical discourse analysis; cyber operations; cyber security; cyber warfare; cyber weapons; interpretivism; informal norms; media; war studies;

    Abstract :  In 2010, the discovery of the malicious computer worm Stuxnet shocked the world by its sophistication and unpredictability. Stuxnet was deemed as the world’s first cyber weapon and started discussions concerning offensive cyber operations – often called “cyber warfare” – globally. READ MORE

  3. 3. “IT’S NOT LIKE THIS IS A CORRUPTION SCANDAL…” A qualitative content analysis of the link between gender and corruption and the mechanisms at play

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Hanna Jageklint; [2020-09-21]
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    Abstract : The link between gender and corruption has been studied since the beginning of this century and a number of theories have been suggested about why women seem to be more averse towards corruption than men. However, most of the studies are large-N and only look at the relationship on an aggregated level. READ MORE

  4. 4. Ethical Leadership: Ubuntu and Jantelagen : The influence of Culture in the interpretation of ethical leadershipin Zambia and Sweden

    University essay from Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för organisation och entreprenörskap (OE); Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för organisation och entreprenörskap (OE)

    Author : Victor Kachabe; Sarah Kirabo Petersson; [2020]
    Keywords : COVID-19; Culture; Culture relativism; Ethical Climate; Ethical Leadership; Ethics; Trust; Morals; Jantelagen; Lagom; Ubuntu Philosophy; Narratives; Narratives Inquiry; Jantelagen; lagom;

    Abstract : The main purpose of our study was to gain a deeper understanding of how culture influences the interpretation of ethical leadership by both leaders and followers in Zambia and Sweden. The study was conducted using an interpretative narrative inquiry with a small sample of ten participants (i.e. READ MORE

  5. 5. ”Obligation”, ”Ought” and ”Can”

    University essay from Umeå universitet/Institutionen för idé- och samhällsstudier

    Author : Jakob Andreas Sjölander Johansson; [2020]
    Keywords : OIC; Ought; Can; Implication; ought implies can; Principle; Obligation; Intuition; Morals; Ethics; Pro Tanto Obligation; Simple term; Complex Term;

    Abstract : This paper criticises the famous “”ought” implies “can”” on the grounds that its main claim - that there can be no unfulfillable obligations - is false. The first part of the paper investigates the use, history and previous literature on the topic, as well as the proper understanding of the principle. READ MORE