meaningful social action

meaningful social action

or

meaningful action

see ACT or ACTION, INTERPRETATION, VERSTEHEN, HERMENEUTICS, INTERPRETATIVE SOCIOLOGY.
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It transforms the personal virtue of compassion into meaningful social action. To that end, we will work to instill in all people, particularly in young people, the self-confidence and the ability to readily perform deeds that improve the lives of other individuals and society as a whole.
Helping beyond the fifty minute hour; therapists involved in meaningful social action.
Once on Renegade Radio, for instance, he featured a dominatrix making sandwiches to convey the idea that Native peoples are "dominated, we're being fed baloney, and everybody is being squished together into white bread." Through The Electric PowWow, he provides the type of information he hopes will engage people in meaningful social action. He explains, "White media will not do that, because they don't have the understanding from the inside as to how colonialism affects Indigenous peoples."