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Cultures and Individual Views on Just World

Just World, Individual Morality, Responsibility, Ethics of Interaction, Societal interdependence discusses to underscore the importance of acknowledging Relativism in Morality and Theory of Interdependence, Ethics of fairness in case of Victims of Injustice.

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A society's belief in a 'just-world' can be at best only relative to the cultural norms and values of that society. Each and every person has their own limitations and set of capabilities that naturally occur when the individual interact, on a person to person basis or as member of a given group. In Social Psychology, Social Learning Theory points to the fact that people learn many things socially and their social existence is shaped by what happens around them or to them. Stereotypes are a perpetual part of racism. Stereotypes are mostly negative than positive. Thereby, we can say that generally most stereotypes ...

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Philosophy of Life, Just World, Individual Morality, Responsibility, Ethics of Interaction, Societal interdependence discusses to underscore the importance of acknowledging Relativism in Morality Theory.

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