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Title: Punktualność - cnota moralna czy balast perfekcjonizmu? : interdyscyplinarne ujęcie hermeneutyczne
Authors: Żywczok, Alicja
Dąbrowska-Wnuk, Marianna
Keywords: punctuality; volitional control; moral virtue; moral standard; monochromic culture; principle of upbringing
Issue Date: 2016
Citation: Chowanna, T. 2 (2016), s. 299-318
Abstract: In view of the significance of the presented problem the authors point out that the modern development of occupational ethics and the raised economic standards result in an increased demand for punctual individuals in various aspects of social life. The authors also indicate the insufficient research material in this area. The hermeneutic insight into the nature and significance of punctuality made it possible for the authors to propose, among others, that punctuality constitutes a mental disposition facilitating inter-human communication; punctuality may be considered to be a personal determinant of the quality of cooperation in occupational environments. The authors propose to examine the term “punctuality” first of all as a feature of character or personality, as a component of volitional control, as component of personal and pedagogical manners, as a moral, social and developmental standard, as a principle of upbringing and as a component of the ideal of upbringing. The authors prove that punctuality, a very important feature of the human nature, has also its clear cultural foundation. They propose their own viewpoint concerning the shaping of the volitional sphere in children and the youth, especially as regards punctuality.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12128/6191
ISSN: 0137-706X
2353-9682
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