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The model of followers' responses to self-sacrificial leadership: an empirical test.
In other words, when examining the strux, e to transform religious belief to behavior, especially self-sacrificial acts, an unwillingness to " remain in contact with private experiences such as painful thoughts and emotions" (Chawla & Ostafin, 2007) may influence these two variables.
Self-sacrificial leadership was assessed with five items inspired by the work of Conger and Kanungo (1998), on a 5-point Likert-type scale ([alpha] = .
The access key for readers was faith, which made them living participants in the self-sacrificial love that poured forth from the cross and fulfilled Scripture's love commands (13).
But above all, it is the story that captivates, the story of persistence in the face of over-whelming odds and self-sacrificial bravery that leads to the posthumous award of the Victoria Cross.
This perverse, self-sacrificial heroism emerges in contradistinction to Lacan's sense of the ethical, which entails "a radical assertion of freedom and autonomy through the rejection of existing discourses and ideologies" (17).
It is to the credit of our sober days that amongst the most sober fugitives from that proximate occasion of sin called "the modern town" are to be found young men and women whose heart is stirring with the self-sacrificial desires of wedlock and parenthood.
They would not challenge an agent to make a commitment of self-sacrificial love to a God of redemptive grace.
The developments have already indicated that this problem cannot be settled through the self-sacrificial work of Turkey and some regional countries.
This September, my hope and prayer is that we will provoke one another, young and old, to live out Chrises self-sacrificial love.
Given the fundamentalist, self-sacrificial mindset of the mullahs who run Iran, Israel knows that deterrence may not work as well as it did with the comparatively rational men who ran the Kremlin and White House during the cold war.
Essentially, men are more likely to start wars and to defend their own group, sometimes in very risky and self-sacrificial ways.