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Etienne Mullet

Wilson López López

Lonzozou Kpanake

Immaculée Mukashema

Roseline Armange

Shanmukh Kamble

Ana Gabriela Guedez

Maria Teresa Munoz Sastre

Paul C. Sorum

Félix Nieto

Claudia Pineda

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Resumen

Este texto presenta, de forma resumida, algunos de los principales resultados de diez estudios que se realizaron en el campo de la ética y la política, en el marco de la Medición Funcional. Estos estudios trataron de: (a) los puntos de vista de la gente de Angola y Mozambique sobre la legitimidad de las intervenciones militares-humanitaria; (b) las perspectivas de los franceses con respecto a la responsabilidad del gobierno con la salud de los consumidores de sustancias ilícitas; (c) las perspectivas de las personas de Togo acerca de la aceptabilidad de amnistías políticas en un momento de transición política; (d) las perspectivas de las víctimas del genocidio de los Tutsis en Ruanda en cuanto a la atribución de culpabilidad a los descendientes de los perpetradores de violencia; (e) los puntos de vista de los descendientes de esclavos acerca de la aceptabilidad de las políticas nacionales de reparaciones por la esclavitud; (f) la disposición de los colombianos a perdonar autores de la violencia que causaron daño a miembros de la familia durante el conflicto armado interno; (g) las actitudes de los franceses y colombianos acerca de las políticas nacionales de control de drogas; (h) los puntos de vista de los estudiantes indios acerca de la idoneidad de la pena de muerte por asesinato o violación; (i) las perspectivas de los colombianos con respecto a la corrupción, y, finalmente, (j) la conceptualización de los derechos humanos en la población venezolana. Los principales resultados se discuten en relación con seis de los fundamentos de la Teoría de los Fundamentos Morales.

Keywords

Teoría de integración de la información, ética en política, InternacionalInformation Integration Theory, Ethic in Politics, International

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Mullet, E., López López, W., Kpanake, L., Mukashema, I., Armange, R., Kamble, S., Guedez, A. G., Munoz Sastre, M. T., Sorum, P. C., Nieto, F., & Pineda, C. (2016). Medición funcional en el campo de la Ética en Política. Universitas Psychologica, 15(3), 1-26. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.upsy15-3.fmf
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