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The religious manaul value the uniqueness of a person, they are afraid of what may happen in the future if technology goes out of our control, and they believe that the risks for humanity are much higher than the benefits. Refresh and try again. Knowledge, images and public discourse”, British Journal of Social Psychology, 41 Samoil Ion added it Oct 13, Nicu Gavriluta, “Clonarea–blasfemie sau binecuvantare?
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New Genetics and Society. Balisage du domaine d’etudes, eds. In Aspecte psihosociale ale saraciei. Necilau rated it it was amazing Jul 27, Neculau, Adrian and Curelaru, Mihai. On one hand, it breaks the sacred frame of the marriage and, on the other majual, it enhances the human pride in substituting God, in assuming a role of self-sufficiency and transgressing the laws that govern human nature.
The internal structure of the social representation of cloning for the religious people is organized around the affective–value elements as well as negative ones.
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We hypothesized that people with high school studies would represent cloning less in terms of informational elements technical and scientific elements compared to people with university studies. We were expecting for certain negative emotions to appear in the upper left quadrant, but that was not the case.
Thirdly, from a theological perspective, human reproduction by cloning happens outside a sexual union between two human beings, husband and wife Deisis, There are four common elements for both groups of participants: Dw results allowed us to divide subjects between a high level of religiosity and a low level of religiosity participants.
We notice that what is lost by centrality quality is recovered in quantity. Dana Moldovan is currently reading it Jul 15, The two dimensions described above, would be differently represented in composition as well as in scale according to these variables. Books by Adruan Neculau.
One of these techniques is the prototypical-categorical analysis which we will use in the current study. We believe that the results could be the cause of equal access to media information regarding the cloning procedures.
Participants’ associations were reorganized according to two indicators: The term fear creates, by its frequency and rank of appearance, the highest differences between the two categories of participants, the results which are confirmed by the statistical analysis undertaken.
Dolly the sheep picture, very present in the data obtained, is an objectification “materialization” of the abstract notion of cloning We had hypothesized that people with superior education would express more positive emotions towards cloning as compared to participants who have a high school education, as ed result of higher levels of openness to novelty and more access to information. Listen Larger documents may require additional load time. Thus, fear, is one of the terms which appears as central for religious people.
The author analyzed newspaper articles from six Australian journals, from The three terms that are in bold in the table are with certainty the central elements of the social representation of cloning. Finally, a third category was labeled compromise and includes ambivalent or combined themes Lists with This Book. Towards a New Modernity.
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Aug 26, Florinhfv rated it liked it. Banning the practice of these medical procedures would break a fundamental human right 5. Lists with This Book. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. There is a strong fear that these procedures that control and transform nature, including human nature, could turn against human kind.
The table below includes the terms with frequencies higher than Thus, a comparison of attitudes between and in 15 European countries shows an increase in positive attitudes towards biotechnology 29 and a typical profile of the person with a favorable attitude is male, optimistic, well educated and open to the scientific-technological progress The Orthodox Church rejects cloning The possibilities seem unlimited and the results, published by important scientific reviews, are spectacular.
Religious participants feel more responsible about the impact of cloning on the evolution of the human species in relation to their religious principles, bioethical norms and possible negative consequences. Books by Adrian Neculau.
See also Jean-Claude Abric, “Les representations sociales: It is hard to evaluate the long term impact considering the current scientific development and experimentation.