and emotions: applying the structural model of deservingness
to the analysis of affective reactions to outcomes.
2011a), who manipulated benign and malicious envy by presenting different levels of deservingness
As an independently migrating agent, the spontaneously arriving child asylum-seeker embodies the problematic ellipsis of deservingness
being equated with "over there" but also presents an additional series of moral and practical conflicts for liberal states.
The inflated sense of deservingness
in entitled employees can lead to negative workplace behavior.
Making sense of misfortune: Deservingness
, self-esteem, and patterns of self-defeat.
This is particularly problematic in light of the current public debate surrounding the deservingness
of protection: is someone only entitled to protection if fleeing for reasons recognized by the traditional refugee protection regime of Article 1(A)2 CRSR or subsidiary protection regimes such as Article 15 of the EU Qualifications Directive?
These may contribute to rumination about deservingness
in organ transplant recipients (O'Brien, Donaghue, Walker, & Wood, 2014).
Johanna Kallio and Antti Kouvo, "Street-Level Bureaucrats' and the General Public's Deservingness
Perceptions of Social Assistance Recipients in Finland," Social Policy & Administration 9, 3 (2014): 316-334, doi: 10.
Both are protected in part because they are "immutable" or highly visible, are recognized as unrelated to one's social deservingness
, and have served as the basis of unjust discrimination or prejudice in the past.
The editor has organized the thirty-eight selections that make up the main body of the text in five parts focused on emerging interest in social policy, the age of migration, politicization of migraion and the welfare state, provision of welfare for migrants, deservingness
, restrictionalism, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
to Win Support for Welfare State Retrenchment.
deserve 1300, deservingness
1631 (12), deservedly 1548 (15) vs.
There are absolute analogies (1) by priority and posteriority; (2) by worthiness or deservingness
and appropriateness; and (3) by intensity or strength and weakness.
Thus, although a philosophical mire lurks always just off the horizon of the instant discussion, this article takes the law at its word, as practitioners must, that criminal punishment is philosophically justified and that mitigating evidence can rightfully reduce one's deservingness
123) Law school admissions officers are working with a "mental model" of merit and deservingness
that evaluates students based on criteria that were questionable from the start.