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Author: Bonnie Berry

serves the similar purpose of amassing social status by virtue of the asso- ciation. Th is paper explains the phenomenon in theoretical terms; namely, symbolic interaction- ism, paying special attention to impression-management and dramaturgy, along with other interactionist features of attribution and

In: Society & Animals
An Empirical Study of the Religious Meaning System of Christian, Muslim and Hindu Students in Tamil Nadu, India
Religion can play a dual role with regard to conflict. It can promote either violence or peace. Religion and Conflict Attribution seeks to clarify the causes of religious conflict as perceived by Christian, Muslim and Hindu college students in Tamil Nadu, India. These students in varying degrees attribute conflict to force-driven causes, namely to coercive power as a means of achieving the economic, political or socio-cultural goals of religious groups. The study reveals how force-driven religious conflict is influenced by prescriptive beliefs like religious practice and mystical experience, and descriptive beliefs such as the interpretation of religious plurality and religiocentrism. It also elaborates on the practical consequences of the salient findings for the educational process.
Author: Heike Krieger

such as Kosovo. Th e article criticises the attribution of KFOR acts to the United Nations. It holds that the equation of delegation and attribution as well as the ultimate authority and control test as a criterion for attribution are not in line with UN practice. Instead the article argues in favour

In: Journal of International Peacekeeping
Author: August Reinisch

primarily raise important issues of attribution. In addition, a concurrent responsibility may arise from situations where international organizations aid or assist or direct and control the acts of States or other international organizations. This contribu- tion intends to highlight some problems that stem

In: International Organizations Law Review

articles on State Responsibility. Moreover, since the articles in question are based on the notion of a directly incurred responsibility on the part of the international organization or State concerned, rather than the classical conception of responsibility through attribution, they are also analyzed in

In: International Organizations Law Review

signal to Contracting Parties that having their troops act under the UN’s auspices is not tantamount to avoiding liability for violations of the Convention. Finally, this article examines the advantages for the Court that flow from the recognition that ‘dual or multiple attribution’ is not only a way to

In: International Organizations Law Review
Author: Richard Hutch

Abstract: Attaching meaning to a person’s behavior is attribution theory. For example, is someone happy because the person is predisposed to look on the bright side of things or because something good happened? Is the “Hand of God” always at work in bringing about natural disasters, or is the cause

Author: Bertram Malle

, moral psychology, psychology and law, social cognition, attribution In this article I explore the relationships between judgments of inten- tionality and moral evaluation. I begin by introducing a model of the folk concept of intentionality – the concept that ordinary people use when making sense of

In: Journal of Cognition and Culture
Author: Paolo Palchetti

the harmful conduct of others; and the relevance of this problem is not restricted to responsibility based on an internationally wrongful act, since the same issue may also arise in relation to other, ‘softer’ forms of responsibility. 4 While the rules of attribution are well-established, they only

In: International Organizations Law Review