Motives

Some articles on motives, motive:

Motives Of The Second Sino-Japanese War
... task at hand in attempting to win Allies' support while they had motives not necessarily in congruence with China's ... in the Second Sino-Japanese War, it is important to appreciate the underlying reasons and motives of the different parties that they brought to the war ...
Mc Guire's Motivations - Divisions of Categories
... Cognitive Preservation Motives a ... (passive, external) Affective Preservation Motives a ... Need for Reinforcement (passive, external) Affective Growth Motives a ...
Self-enhancement - Constraints - Other Motives
... that self-enhancement is the dominant self motive ... controversies exist regarding the distinction between the self-motives, and there are situations in which motives asides from self-enhancement assume priority ... The self-assessment motive is often contrasted with the self-enhancement motive due to the relative adaptiveness of each approach within social interactions ...
Stilklassen - The Classrooms
... The original pillars can be found at the Alhambra, whereas the motives on the ceiling are a faithful reproduction of the ceiling in the church Alkalda de ... classroom the Byzantine classroom with motives from St ... Constantinople the Gothic classroom, which displays motives of the churches in Steinakirchen am Forst, Lower Austria and Ptuj, Slovenia the Roman classroom by the example of the church of castle T ...
Sirhan Sirhan - Prosecution - Motives
... A motive cited for his actions is the Middle East conflict ... The next day, on June 6, the Los Angeles Times printed an article, which discussed Sirhan's motive for the assassination, confirmed by the memos Sirhan wrote to himself ...

Famous quotes containing the word motives:

    Never ascribe to an opponent motives meaner than your own.
    —J.M. (James Matthew)

    The thing is plain. All that men really understand, is confined to a very small compass; to their daily affairs and experience; to what they have an opportunity to know, and motives to study or practise. The rest is affectation and imposture.
    William Hazlitt (1778–1830)

    The motives to actions and the inward turns of mind seem in our opinion more necessary to be known than the actions themselves; and much rather would we choose that our reader should clearly understand what our principal actors think than what they do.
    Sarah Fielding (1710–1768)