humanistic perspective

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  • In his research, he focuses on philosophy and sociology of science from a cultural, social, historical, and humanistic perspective.
  • The humanistic perspective is generally outside of mainstream, contemporary sociology.
  • His films are known for their humanistic perspective on life in Iran, often focusing on the hardships of children, the impoverished, and women.
  • His interest centered on placing the Puerto Rican man and woman, from a humanistic perspective, into the global scene in the theatrical world.
  • He also contributes the Humanistic perspective to Moment Magazine's "Ask the Rabbi" column.
  • The supernatural realities that haunted the earlier work declined and were replaced by a humanistic perspective, a change reflected in his public criticism of orthodox Catholic teaching.
  • Vartiovaara authored more than 20 books, including both medical textbooks and collections of his magazine columns and essays discussing medicine from a more humanistic perspective.
  • From a humanistic perspective, CMM theory is seen as valuable as it seeks to provide a way to clarify communication for better interaction and understanding.
  • The mission of the program is: Explore Globalization from a humanistic perspective.
  • Although he wrote from more of a humanistic perspective than a theological one, Ibn Dawud's piety was apparent, as chastity was a common theme.
  • Most prevalent in the text, however, are those essays that elucidate Vonnegut's opinions on politics, and the issues in modern American society, often from a decidedly humanistic perspective.
  • To round out the book with a humanistic perspective, Ben Bova talks about our future in space and Jennifer Michael Hecht rekindles our delight in alien yet familiar life on Earth.
  • The School focuses primarily on interdisciplinary approaches to the humanities, social sciences, and science/technology to provide "Humanistic Perspectives in a Technological World."
  • From its beginnings in 1955, this institutional focus diverged from conventional Sinology, which had emphasized the study of texts from a humanistic perspective.
  • The Chair for Science and Humanism was set up to drive, promote and spread the values of science in society from a humanistic perspective and increase their social visibility: that is to say, the aim of the Chair is to generalize and socialize knowledge in this area.
  • The SSSP grants scholarships and awards in recognition of meritorious work by outstanding scholars, practitioners, advocates, and students who demonstrate active pursuit in the application of critical, scientific, and humanistic perspectives to the study of vital social problems.
  • A number of contemporary school movements incorporate humanistic perspectives within a larger, holistic context: these include the Waldorf, Montessori, Reggio Emilia, and Neohumanist schools.
  • Berger's own experiences teaching in North Carolina in the 50's showed the shocking American prejudice of that era's Southern culture and influenced his humanistic perspective as a way to reveal the ideological forces from which it stemmed.
  • Ehrenreich has received a Ford Foundation award for humanistic perspectives on contemporary society (1982), a Guggenheim Fellowship (1987-88) and a grant for research and writing from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation (1995).
  • In addition to this book, some of the other books that Berger has written include: Invitation to Sociology: A Humanistic Perspective (1963); and A Rumor of Angels: Modern Society and the Rediscovery of the Supernatural (1969).