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A possible methodological explanation could be that, for the analysis, we only considered the elements with frequencies higher than 6, and the prevalence that would have given a qualitative difference is positioned at the level of the low frequency elements.

The social representation according to the level of religiosity variable. In Manual de psihologie sociala. Balisage du domaine d’etudes, eds. Ioana marked it as to-read Nov 15, The author analyzed newspaper articles from six Australian journals, from The most frequent arguments in favor of cloning are rooted in modern philosophy, in the work of John Stuart Mill and Jeremy Bentham.

Some of the negative terms are common for both groups even if they are positioned in different quadrants: Amarcord, enculau, Jean Roberti, Bertrand Vergely Bucuresti: The Bookmark will be sent with se above psiohlogie Sender email: Life Sciences in European Society Report.

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Secondly, evangelical people are more opposed to human cloning, compared with the other religious groups and are more likely to see cloning as a religious issue Plus Minus marked it as to-read Mar 16, Jean Roberti, and Bertrand Vergely. On one hand, it breaks the sacred frame of the marriage and, on the other hand, it enhances the human pride in substituting God, in assuming a role of self-sufficiency and transgressing the laws that govern human nature. Polirom, Other people experience skepticism and concern while the religious groups are strongly oriented against a continuation of the research in this field.


Andreea marked it as to-read Jul 19, Aina73n marked it as to-read May 13, The theme is very complex and may be analyzed on different levels: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Finally, according to a last variable, agreement towards cloning, participants were distributed into three groups: Health Organization, 80 This affirmation is based on the fact that no matter which variable we explored, as we will see further, the three elements were always positioned in the upper left quadrant of the social representation.

The second task required polarity association for each of the expressions; thus, the subjects had to evaluate them as positive, negative or neutral in relation to “cloning”.

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Structuri miticoreligioase, controverse etice si consecinte sociale”. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Zia Pieporus added it May 29, Jack added it May 06, The second argument, based on a utilitarian thesis, regards the medical and economic benefits of cloning. Alexandru marked it as to-read Nov 21, The small number of subjects per group has determined us to consider a minimal frequency of appearance equal to 6 and an intermediary one of 10, while the medium rank of separation was 2.

Psihologie Manual pentru clasa a X-a by Adrian Neculau

Theodorescu Mihnea marked it as to-read May 21, The data analysis was focused on comparing the different groups defined in relation to the level of religiosity, affective polarity, age and level of education.

Thus, in the following years, famous reviews like Nature or Science, have reported successful cloning of different animals like pigs, calves, goats, mice, monkeys and, rabbits. Participants’ associations were reorganized according to two indicators: The religious participants 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.

The most important results of our study are focused around the religiosity variable. The person is interested in what happens around her, gathers information from the media, science, and politics and tries to adjust it, to make it useful in order to efficiently respond to social challenges. Thus, many international organizations have recommended banning human cloning, especially the reproductive one.


Edited by Adrian Neculau. InWagner and his colleagues published the result of a series of European studies on the discourse produced by the media and average people involved in a series of focus-group interviews.

Thus, we formulated several hypotheses that may be structured in one phrase: Thus, the elements considered for centrality possibly central are positioned in the left upper quadrant while the peripheral elements are placed in the right downer quadrant. Simona M added it Jan 19, This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

We can, also, observe that religious people are not misinformed, they underline the negative potential of cloning but, are aware of the positive aspects of the phenomenon, as well: We used the prototipicality technique, developed in the framework of the social representation’s theory, in order to identify the elements of the social representations of cloning belonging to the previously mentioned variables. In general, the European public shows optimism. Andra Zorila rated it liked it Jan 27, A large number of inconvenient situations are invoked against cloning, such as depersonalization, the threat to the unique identity 9difficulties regarding the psychological assumption of an identity in social interactions, juridical status assumption, the promotion of an identity in social interactions, the possibility of economic exploitation, disorders regarding the natural family relations etc.

It is possible that these data could be the result of the fact that all participants, no matter their age, have access to the same type of information and to the same religious beliefs. A social psychology of common sense and science.