EEDDÉducation a l'Environnement pour un Développement Durable (French: Environmental Education for Sustainable Development)
EEDDEconomic Enterprise Development Department (Philippines)
EEDDEmployment and Earnings Data for Decision-Makers
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Emotional empathy deficit disorder (EEDD), consisting of low EE sensitivity but high CE ability.
The behavior associated with CEDD and EEDD should be more problematic than the behavior associated with GEDD and GESD.
If APD involves EEDD, then people with APD should share neither the sadness nor the happiness of others.
Nonreciprocal behavior patterns may be functional in certain circumstances and all that may be needed to facilitate such behavior is a shift from balanced empathic development to EEDD. Successful free-riders probably need good CE understanding (see Harpending & Sobus, 1987) in the absence of EE sensitivity.
Regarding the only hypothesis that was not met: the (expected) direct negative impact of EEDD External Psychosocial Factors on Social Vulnerability and Poverty, a hypothesis that is based on the fact that the personal and group EEDD attitudes, values, interests and behaviors include within their fundamental processes the denial of the negative consequences of their actions, it is important to make a couple of clarifications.
Factors mediating Poverty) and on social transformation (in order to solve the effects on poverty of the EEDD External Sociostructural Factors and the Violation of Human Rights); (e) to conduct longitudinal interventions with scientific methodology (particularly epidemiological) and with high levels of social participation; and (f) the need for more suitable and valid research, reflection and action paradigms in the evaluation and social intervention of social exclusion and poverty issues, such as the Community Social Psychology (see, for example, Montero, 2004).
Theoretical definition of the Model's variables and the reliability (1) RELIABILITY VARIABLE DEFINITION (Cronbach's alpha) External Exclusive, .88 Psychosocial Factors exclusionary, predicting social discriminatory and exclusion and dehumanizing, poverty personal and group attitudes, beliefs and behaviors of the non-poor (EEDD) External EEDD organizational .80 Sociostructural and social Factors predicting relationship systems social exclusion and and processes.
All these processes, both individually and in combination, have their exclusive and exclusionary, discriminatory and dehumanizing (hereinafter EEDD) nature in common.
Subsequently, according to these EEDD processes, and considering that one of the basic features of social exclusion is that it occurs at different levels of abstraction (Abrams, Hogg, & Marques, 2005), two possible predictors of the condition and situation of poverty were identified, which would later be defined as EEDD Psychosocial External Factors and EEDD Sociostructural External Factors.
After identifying and defining these variables, the possibility of defining a direct relationship between Social Exclusion Processes (EEDD External Psychosocial and Sociostructural Factors) and the Impoverishment Processes (Violation of Human Rights and Condition and Situation of Social Vulnerability and Poverty) was suggested.
The allocation of responsibility in poverty, or rather, according to our approach, the ideologies and processes justifying non-personal and / or group responsibility for social exclusion and poverty: the derivation and / or diffusion of responsibility (Opotow, 1990); internal attribution of responsibility to the poor themselves in their poverty (Brickman et al., 1982); the psychologization (Morales, 1997), and / or victim blaming (Ryan, 1976), are not only an active part of the set of EEDD attitudes, values and behaviors that define the predictor variables of the Model, but also, according to our approach, would be one of the main mediating variables between social exclusion (social exclusion processes) and poverty (impoverishment processes).
The EEDD covers funds for the health packages of the province's indigent residents.