value system


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value system

the accepted mode of conduct and the set of norms, goals, and values binding any social group. Such guidelines for determining what is right or wrong, good or bad, and desirable or undesirable serve as a frame of reference for the individual in reaching decisions and in achieving a meaningful life.

value system,

n the accepted mode of conduct and the set of norms, goals, and values binding any social group that serves as a frame of reference for the individual in reaching decisions and achieving a meaningful life.
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Your office manager embraces a more compassionate value system.
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A return to a more sound value system would also be a good start.
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So we find local nationals are the way to go, but we need people with the same value system.
It was a charge of moral hypocrisy and a charge that presupposes the truth of the dominant Christian value system.
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