self-respect


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self-respect

(sĕlf′rĭ-spĕkt′)
n.
Due respect for oneself, one's character, and one's conduct.

self′-re·spect′ing adj.
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The fundamental principle that underlies the Criminon approach in methodology is the restoration of the individual's self-respect and common sense values to avoid relapse into antisocial patterns of behavior.
The men were surveyed to establish measures of leadership, self-confidence, self-respect, and prosocial behavior (volunteerism and charitable giving); they also were asked about their careers.
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For him the most important thing is his self-respect," he further stated.
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However, I may assure the House that we (India) are inclined to vote in favor of a Resolution, that, we hope, will advance our objective, namely, the achievement of the future for the Tamil community in Sri Lanka that is marked by equality, dignity, justice and self-respect.
I shall argue that recognition theory faces substantial challenges following its attempt to argue for a normative (3) framework that tries to achieve self-respect and self-esteem.
It is tied to principled codes of conduct and includes the desire for self-respect The person of honor seeks the self-respect as well as the recognition from others that comes from living up to her code.
The question is, can Warwick maintain his pride and self-respect as the film crew charts his every move?