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We are always looking for brilliant young scientist who like to pursue some research on the topic of respect either as part of ther Master's thesis or their dissertational work. Below please find a short selection oftopics which our members thought to be interesting and that the group would like to cooperate on. Own topics are of course welcomed and gladly discussed.
Respect in language: Taking an etymologic and historical perspective on the term by tieing it to its sementac and historical contexts.
Respect in culturesInterlecultural analysis on respectful treatment and communication. What are the behavioural codes of respectful attitudes?
Respect und morale: From the conventions of religions to the rationality of modern man. Perspectives and potentials of future communities based upon self-reflection processes.
Respect in educational settings: How are the outcomes of parent-child oder teacher-pupil relationships influenced by attitudes of respect on both sides.
Domainspecifity of respect: Communalities and differnces in the perception of respect across differnt life domains, such as the differnce of respect for a father compared to the respect owed to a boss.
Respect as an incentive: Thei mportance of expected respecti when chossing an employer and its effect on organizational commitment.
Respect in languages: How do people in their language understand "respect". What are the communialities where lie the differences?
Respect in the Hip-Hop culture: How is respect used in the Hip-Hop and Rap scene. What does it stand for, what does it do?
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