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consistent with prevailing or accepted standards or circumstances

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Questions about validity and deservedness accounted for about 15% to 20% of refugee framing, but 5% or less of immigrant framing.
But consider the alternative: If morally constructed deservedness in the context of fair opportunity is not important, do we admit allegiance to undeservedness?
And furthermore, "fault" for this substructural desert is a broad enough concept to encompass risk-taking as well as wrongdoing and general deservedness as well as situational deservedness.
283) Professor von Hirsch has developed and refined his sentencing theory, within an expressive framework, over the course of four books: DOING JUSTICE, supra note 193, PAST OR FUTURE CRIMES: DESERVEDNESS AND DANGEROUSNESS IN THE SENTENCING OF CRIMINALS (1985) [hereinafter PAST OR FUTURE CRIMES], CENSURE AND SANCTIONS (1993) [hereinafter CENSURE], and, with Andrew Ashworth, PROPORTIONATE SENTENCING, supra note 27.
This could lead to the stereotyped individual having a diminished sense of self-worth and increase the frustration at having to "prove" their deservedness of recognition.
Reciprocity-themed statements included those in which players discussed reasons for wanting or feeling obligated to give back to individuals or groups within the community; they included statements about the deservedness of certain audiences, or the effectiveness of different types of activities in addressing the needs of deserving individuals.
Breaking the walls down of the mind, Osmara said, is the first step in starting a new business, especially for women, many of whom initially have to develop a sense of deservedness over their situation.
She continued, "Even though Rawls (1971) does not address the issue of deservedness, social work's advocacy of such a right is grounded in a belief that people deserve the basics because of their inherent worth and dignity" (1994, p.
Issues of social equity are clouded by preconceived notions of deservedness.
Building on the economic subsidy theory outlined above, a number of scholars have offered refinements that focus on the benefits stemming from structuring subsidies for public-benefiting projects in this manner: (85) enhancing efficiency, promoting pluralism, and determining deservedness.
Many assumptions about money, class, deservedness, and the role of government have not been publicly or meaningfully interrogated.
The State Award of Merit is 200,000 Egyptian Pounds ($36,000) and every year disagreements arise about the deservedness of candidates.
Rather we see justice as context-bound, with striving for fairness constrained by the circumstances over which the agents have some control-family resources, reserves of affection, available time, differential necessities (the extra resources required to lead to equitable outcomes), and decisions regarding deservedness.
The GAI proposals were not successful because they still "provided essentially the same income benefits to all families whether or not they had employable members, leading to concerns about work and deservedness.
The Effects of Religious Affiliation, Religiosity, and Deservedness on Generosity Toward the Poor.