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Titre :  Submission / insubordination, influence impulse and human rights
Numéro :  23
Année :  2004
Volume :  X
Auteur(s) :  Adam KISS
Résumé :  At first sight, human rights seem to us to be evident: we feel them to be so, since they correspond to our fundamental needs (for example, we believe, for as long as we work, that we have a right to work). It would not be the same for others, especially if they decided to make it a duty for us, an obligation even, (imagine if someone out of work started to demand work from you). The question of human rights becomes even more disturbing when, taken out of the individual or interpersonal context, it is posed on the collective, social level. (What about the right to work in a country where mass unemployment is considered as “structural”? Where do we place ourselves?) Lack of respect for human rights can result from an act of obedience to an order from authority or an act of conformism to a group norm. What position should be adopted between conflicting principles? The study presented here seeks to understand what separates and unites the perception of one’s own rights (and needs) and that of the rights (and needs) of others, with a view to an explanation of what motivates behaviour, submissive or not, with reference to human rights.
Pages :  39 - 50
Type :  Research paper
APA :  Kiss, A. (2004) (In)soumission, pulsion d'emprise et droits humains. Revue Internationale de Psychosociologie (RIP), X(23), pp. 39-50. DOI : 10.3917/rips.023.0039
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