A 12-year Analysis of Malmquist Total Factor Productivity in by Kontodimopoulos N., Niakas D.

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The status of TEP is even worse, being the weakest part of the education faculty. In many academic institutions, the TEP does not have a full academic status, as it is only a supplementary program leading to a professional certificate and not to an academic 28 THE THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK degree. Many teacher educators do not have full university staff status. They are “practitioners” who are not research oriented, and lack academic recognition. The denial of recognition, in all of its three modes, leads to possible damages to the individual's physical, psychical, and social integrity.

Romanticism suggests an ethics of authenticity (Taylor, 1991) in which the good is identified with sincerity, caring, dialogue, and solidarity (you do not lie because you love the Other and want to be sincere to yourself (cf. Stout, 2008)). The external source dictates a deontological ethic, directing to a life of musts and duties (you tell the truth because to lie is not permitted by some divine law). Moreover, each of the moral sources has a different criterion of what has to be checked in order to be counted as morally acceptable.

Social value The second mode of societal recognition, which evolved in the modern era, refers to persons qua individuals. Once the predestined dignity is no longer available, the need for a new mode of recognition emerges, which has to do with how the person is acknowledged for what he does as an individual. Thus, while the legal mode of recognition is egalitarian and prescribes equal respect to any person qua person, the social value mode differentiates between people according to some criterion of merit.

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