Spirituality as a Source for the Prevention of Burnout Syndrome
Mindfulness as a Potential Tool for Developing the Personality of the Social Worker
Hospital Social Workers in the US
A Professional Teacher as Bartleby the Scrivener?: Rather not! Occupational Burnout in the Teaching Profession
Spiritual Care in Emergency Situations (Notfallseelsorge) and its Practical and Biblical- Theological Basis
The Morality of Care Its Origin, Reception and Further Development from the Point of View of the Psychology of Morality
Gilligans research on women considering abortion was a turning point in the field of moral psychology and its methodology. Gilligan discovered a new aspect of morality by using a real-life moral dilemma. She was confronted with strong methodological criticism. Further research did not confirm the assumption of male and female morality. However, two coexisting moral orientations are generally acknowledged: an orientation towards justice and an orientation towards care. This has given rise to a relatively new philosophical current called the ethic of care. Its groundwork is the perspective of care focusing on peoples needs, improving real relationships and cultivating sensitivity towards the present situation.
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