value orientation

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Noun1.value orientation - the principles of right and wrong that are accepted by an individual or a social group; "the Puritan ethic"; "a person with old-fashioned values"
principle - a rule or standard especially of good behavior; "a man of principle"; "he will not violate his principles"
Chartism - the principles of a body of 19th century English reformers who advocated better social and economic conditions for working people
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Centre for Ethics and Self Value Evaluation is a non-state-actor which majors in exposing corruption, promoting ethical leadership, providing ethical education and value orientation of global citizens.
Islamic financial institutions would have to play their role as objectives of value orientation pertaining to Islamic finance are ignored, Said IIUI President, Dr.
Islamic financial institutions have to play their role since objectives of value orientation pertaining to Islamic finance are ignored, Dr Al-Draiweesh said.
Social Value Orientation as More than a Personality
The ways in which individuals think about problems and the way they solve them determine their value orientation or worldview patterns.
Whereas, people who had a foreign education showed significantly different value orientation on the power distance and individualism dimension.
Then, in the second study, we show that collectivist value orientation had its effect on preferences for the psychological contract through beliefs about social exchange.
Social value orientation represents one relevant variable that accounts for such individual differences (Messick & McClintock, 1968; Murphy & Ackermann, 2014; Van Lange, 1999).
The new realities are: value orientation, demand for convenience, market share/competition from other categories and volatility in demand.
The numbers of responses corresponding to each value orientation from the open ended content were then added to the numbers of pre-stated items checked for that specific value orientation.
The topics include an agent-based simulation to show the effects of the size of a city on the socio-spatial organization of its population; whether micro-modeling gentrification is a useful tool for planning; simulating informal urban development in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; simulating urban land use change in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany; and a spatial econometric analysis of value orientation, locational choice, and residential satisfaction.
DFA diehards tend to be proud and protective of their relationship with the exclusive fund family -- Dimensional Fund Advisors works with fewer than 2,000 advisors -- known for its deep value orientation and emphasis on empirical financial research.