self-sacrifice


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acting with less concern for yourself than for the success of the joint activity

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One of these groups settled on the topic of self-sacrifice, and noticed a number of gendered patterns in how this topic was discussed in the journal.
This study will focus on one of IDCP's dimensions, namely, Self-Sacrifice. This dimension includes a tendency to help others instead of oneself--and even to act in a detrimental fashion towards oneself, in favor of others (Carvalho and Primi 2015).
"I admire his attitude on self-sacrifice but I think it is too early to say that he will give way.
In Young's The Heir of Redclyffe, Blumberg finds a complex mix of self-sacrifice, the demands of justice in social life, and the individual's problem of figuring out whether sacrifice can be meaningful.
Although previous researchers have investigated the relationships among leadership, team identification, and leaders' self-sacrifice, they have not investigated in depth the relationship involving different leadership styles.
"Through the lectures every Ramadan we take the faithful on a blessed journey, helping them purify their soul and practice self-sacrifice," said Saif Mohammad Al Midfa, Director-General, Expo Centre Sharah.
The goal was to determine if these measures connected with two versions of unmitigated communion (i.e., self-sacrifice in close relationships) in ways that made conceptual sense and provided construct validity for a measure new measure of these two versions of unmitigated communion (UC-self, UC-other).
THE Archbishop of Canterbury paid tribute to the Queen's devotion to duty and self-sacrifice yesterday as he led the nation in celebrating the 60th anniversary of her coronation.
THE 60th anniversary of the Queen's coronation was celebrated yesterday at a service where her qualities of devotion and self-sacrifice were praised.
THE devotion and self-sacrifice of the Queen were celebrated yesterday as she marked the 60th anniversary of her coronation in Westminster Abbey.
There are some heartwarming tales of self-sacrifice, kindness and great humanity alongside excellence in sports and the arts.
He begins by pointing out that "self-transcendence is at the core of the human capacity for a moral life" (63), and, of course, self-sacrifice is a form of self-transcendence.
"As Muslims in Iraq and around the world commemorate their faith, devotion and self-sacrifice, I would like to extend warm greetings to everyone celebrating 'Eid al-Adha," the ambassador said in a statement released from the US embassy in Baghdad.
Politicians should be humbled by the self-sacrifice of Remploy workers, and change their cruel policy.
For his self-sacrifice and sublime ideas, Levski has been dubbed "the Apostle of Freedom" by Bulgarians.