Alleviating World Suffering: The Challenge of Negative Quality of Life
Under the general editorship: Anderson R. E.
, , , in: Alleviating World Suffering: The Challenge of Negative Quality of Life. .: Springer, 2017.. P. 147-164.
This chapter attempts to demonstrate that altruistic social identities contribute to the development of an altruistic personal identity that results in relieving others’ suffering. Previous research has primarily focused on self-values or personal identities in predicting altruistic orientations or behaviors; little empirical research has linked personal values to social identities, and almost no work expands ...
Added: October 29, 2018
, , Экономическая социология 2021 Т. 22 № 1 С. 11-34
This study is devoted to answering two questions: (1) does individuals’ worries and suffering correlate with the acceptability of corruption for them; (2) does this correlation differ by countries with various levels of corruption? We focus on analyzing the correlation between macro and micro worries with the acceptability of corrupt behavior for individuals. This study ...
Added: February 8, 2021
, , , in: Encyclopedia of Environmental Health. .: Oxford: Elsevier, 2011.. P. 813-821.
Seminal studies commissioned by The World Bank in the 1990s led to multiple approaches to assessing how much the modifiable environment contributes to the disease burden. The two major methodological approaches to quantify the health of populations and the burden of disease globally and regionally are (1) exposure-based methods and (2) expert opinion-based methods. In ...
Added: September 1, 2016
, Sociological Review 2014 Vol. 62 No. 2 P. 383-399
This article analyses charity shop volunteering in the UK as an instance of individual commitment towards organisations devoted to combating suffering. Drawing on semi-structured interviews focused on motives, the paper argues that some respondents found in volunteer work a way of regaining meaning, structure, and belonging after experiences of social dislocation such as retirement and ...
Added: June 25, 2013
Yoga and exercise for symptoms of depression and anxiety in people with post-stroke disability: A pilot randomised controlled trial
, , , Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine 2012 Vol. 18 No. 3 P. 34-43
CONTEXT: Mood disorders are prevalent in people after stroke, and a disorder's onset can exacerbate stroke-related disabilities. While evidence supports the mental-health benefits of participation in exercise and yoga, it is unknown whether such benefits extend to a population with poststroke hemiparesis. OBJECTIVE: The study investigated whether supplementing exercise with participation in a yoga program would ...
Added: November 1, 2018
, , , , in: Encyclopedia of Environmental Health, 2nd Edition. .: Oxford: Elsevier, 2019.. P. 343-351.
The two major methodological approaches to quantify the health of populations and the burden of disease globally and regionally are (1) exposure-based methods and (2) expert opinion-based methods. In exposure-based methods the relationships between exposure and response to specific risk factors are defined through epidemiologic studies and the estimated attributable fractions are used to generate ...
Added: October 14, 2017
, В кн.: Универсум Ф.М. Достоевского. Антология. .: СПб.: Издательство РХГА, 2021.. Гл. 10. С. 455-469.
The theme of suffering in the works of F.M. Dostoevsky, if we avoid moralizing and religious (or, on the contrary, amoral and anti-religious) pathos, can be presented in an unexpected light. We have an attempt to describe the suffering of Dostoevsky's characters in the "language of consciousness", the "language of the body" and the "language ...
Added: November 19, 2021
The Effectiveness of Enriched Cognitive – Behavioral Therapy (ECBT) On Improving Clinical Symptoms, Quality of Life (QOL) And Sexual Self-Efficacy in Men with Psychological Erectile Dysfunction (ED): A Case study
European science 2018 Vol. 35 No. 3 P. 66-78
Added: February 4, 2019