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Search result of " filial piety" (6 matches)
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Consequentialism, Contractualism, and the Demands of Filial Obligations
SIN, Wai Lam William 冼偉林
What would we do if our parents fell ill and became dependent on us on a long-term basis? How far does morality require adult children to make sacrifices on behalf of their parents? In this project, I will answer these questions by illustrating an ex . . .
Project Start Year : 2015  Chief Investigator(s) : SIN, Wai Lam William 冼偉林

Are Filial Values Opposed to Universal Benevolence? The Relationship Between Traditional Confucian Virtues and Particularism
BUCHTEL, Emma Ellen Kathrina 蒲安梅
This research project develops a localized measure of particularism vs. corruption tolerance, and serves as a pilot study for further research on their influence by the possible contradictions between the Confucian virtues of filial piety and univers . . .
Project Start Year : 2016  Chief Investigator(s) : BUCHTEL, Emma Ellen Kathrina 蒲安梅

Using filial play model to enhance teacher-child and parent-child relationship, and children’s social competence
The goal of the proposed project is to introduce the filial play training to both teachers and parents to enhance teacher-child and parent-child relationship and children’s social competence. The target beneficiary groups will be 28 preschool teacher . . .
Project Start Year : 2011  Chief Investigator(s) : LEUNG, Chi Hung 梁智熊

Filial Values and “Unhealthy Practices:” When is Corruption Increased by Confucian Virtues? The Roles of Moral Conflict and Societal Transparency
BUCHTEL, Emma Ellen Kathrina 蒲安梅
Does the Confucian virtue of filial piety-- and its requirement to "love with distinction"-- encourage corruption? This question has received recent interest from philosophers, but has not been addressed empirically. Despite the intuitively appealing . . .
Project Start Year : 2018  Chief Investigator(s) : BUCHTEL, Emma Ellen Kathrina 蒲安梅

Filial Morality: East and West
SIN, Wai Lam William 冼偉林
How far does morality require adult children to make sacrifices on behalf of their aging parents? In this project, I will demonstrate how we may respond to this question by drawing reference to rule-consequentialism, Contractualism, and Confucianism. . . .
Project Start Year : 2014  Chief Investigator(s) : SIN, Wai Lam William 冼偉林

Enhancing Social Competence and Child-teacher Relationship Using Filial Play Training Model
The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of an intensive version of the Landreth and Bratton (2006) 10-week filial play training model as a method of intervention for children and parents in Hong Kong. This study is designed to det . . .
Project Start Year : 2009  Chief Investigator(s) : LEUNG, Chi Hung 梁智熊


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