Even if Sita had been impregnated by her abductor, our ethical imperative would still be to oppose her exile, inferring that her freedom was limited or non-existent during her imprisonment, empathically
imagining her suffering--and, ultimately, that of her children--during exile.
They're also great for creative responses: students can write empathically
as a character in the poem, or transform the poem, or use it as a stimulus for drama, storytelling or original writing.
(6) Managers must be able to listen empathically
, listen critically, and listen to gain information.
The emerging ideal type of business partner, especially in the fast-moving consumer goods industry, is someone who can collaborate empathically
with operational managers (type 4).
Following their remarks, I assume that the obviation status of an NP directly reflects the speaker's empathy with its referent, i.e., a proximate non-SAP empathically
outranks other non-SAPs in the relevant discourse stretch.
With prose that is accessible, a word-count range that makes each essay a comfortable read in a single sitting, and with a theme so empathically
underscored by editorial chapter headings, reading the selections is tonic.
The answer to this question, if it implies that Turkey may take a U-turn from its chosen path, is empathically
But I would add that Howells also illustrates how their (and his own) framing of this dilemma as insoluble simultaneously serves class and self-interests, whether because it justifies accepting American society's status quo or because it gives the characters a certain kind of cultural distinction, a sort of "realist" credit, for at once appreciating (empathically
) the experiences of social others and appreciating (ruefully) the real intransigence of America's structures of inequality.
Social awareness is the ability to read, understand, and empathically
address the emotions of others.
"I hate watching myself on screen," she declares, empathically
- and Sam loves to tease her when they go to one of her premieres.
Schecter concludes that one tragedy of Lebanon is "the inability of many people to transcend their own pain (or point of view) to empathically
connect with the pain of others or even hear these critics."
The common concerns outlined in this article provide school counselors with a starting point for listening and responding empathically
to the parents of students with disabilities.