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A model of social loafing

.... Relying on prior research, this model cites the perceived lack of potential for evaluation of individual contributions and the perceived dispensability of ....

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A MODEL OF SOCIAL LOAFING: AN ARTICLE ANALYSIS

.... The contributions to the phenomenon of social loafing of less studied factors, such as perceived lack of influence over task outcomes and the wish to avoid the ....

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Lack of Unified Action of the Oppressed

.... Lack of Unified Action of the Oppressed. .... numbers of their collective or group to effect sociopolitical action in order to advance what was perceived as a common ....

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Crisis at a Sales Organization: Case Study

.... Zone managers lack clear guidance as to the exact criteria used to judge their performance. . .... "Calling in sales numbers" is perceived as "grunt" work ....

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Richard Rodriguez

.... In the beginning of his academic career and development, Rodriguez was embarrassed by what he perceived as his parents’ lack of education while he was also ....

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The Jungle

.... was rapidly evolving and millions of immigrants came to America, the perceived land of milk and honey. What they often found instead were a lack of jobs, low ....

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Women in the Sciences

.... Lack of Women in the Hard Sciences. .... in vivid form: "Real men don't do science, real women don't even think about it." Science is not perceived as particularly ....

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California Indians and Public Education During

.... Indian has been legitimated by pointing out the high rate of alcohol abuse in Indian communities, their perceived poor hygiene, and their lack of middle-class ....

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Public Relations Campaign for Huffman Trucking

.... According to Ford (2005), the greatest perceived barrier to recruiting a more diverse work force is "àthe lack of a persuasive recruitment campaign to attract ....

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Privacy in the Computer Age

.... age is a many-faceted problem and the complexities have been perceived and have .... The variety also shows that there is a lack of coordination in addressing the ....

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Food and Health Problems

.... C. Junk food versus portion control: reason for lack of studies. .... foods; conversely, a diet composed of fast food and other processed foods is perceived as being ....

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Multiple Intelligences and Underachievement

.... the education of learning disabled students has become deficit-driven, in the sense that such a student is perceived to have a problem or lack (of intelligence ....

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Expanding Definitions of Intelligence & Success

.... the education of learning disabled students has become deficit-driven, in the sense that such a student is perceived to have a problem or lack (of intelligence ....

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Voter Apathy

.... from the two main political parties, and a lack of trust for the .... voter cynicism and apathy, and issues related to registration and the perceived salience of ....

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The Jungle Sinclair

.... was rapidly evolving and millions of immigrants came to America, the perceived land of milk and honey. What they often found instead were a lack of jobs, low ....

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Propaganda in the Third Reich

.... Kershaw cites the Weimar period's increasing gulf between the perceived need for national integration and unity and the patent lack of integration which ....

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Business Law German Patent Law

.... German policy. .... the perceived need for national integration and unity and the patent lack of .... (2263 Words ... Approx 9 Pages ....

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Associations and Law Enforcement INTRODUCTION This study examined ...

.... activities such as those described above are generally perceived in a favorable light, there are underlying concerns over the accountability or lack thereof of ....

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German Reunification

.... during its most active phase, and how it has been perceived since being .... and Helmut Kohl, vanished almost immediately in the face of German lack of enthusiasm ....

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COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY Phenomenology Co

.... complex patterns of thoughts determine how experiences are perceived and conceptualized .... based on inadequate or incorrect information, and the lack of adequate ....

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Middle School Teachers Burnout

.... along with considerable punishment from work because of a lack of valued .... at-risk, but that other variables (eg, age, perceived administrative support, marital ....

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ADA Compliance & Employer Attitudes

.... needs to be addressed here is what the existing literature indicates may be factors that contribute to employer compliance with the ADA or to their lack thereof ....

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The Real War on Crime

.... by the difference between perceived aspirations and expectations and real world results .... out that there is confusion about crime data with a lack of agreement ....

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Martin Luther King and Malcolm X

.... King's methods were based on non-violence, while Malcolm X was perceived as advocating .... which led him into criminal behavior that only emphasized his lack of a ....

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Movie Review

.... of the town are minorities, and their status and role is perceived as less than that of the whites in charge. This multi-ethnic mix creates a lack of social ....

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Art Criticism

.... questions of whether such qualities (of beauty or its lack) are objectively present .... to be highly abstract, asking primarily whether objects are perceived by a ....

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Tennis Elbow

.... person’s ability to lift and is associated with a perceived weakness which .... rather than epicondylitis or radiohumeral bursitis in view of lack of specificity ....

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WWI

.... Nationalism, technological progress, a lack of international law, and failed diplomacy .... with a description of the blunders, insults and perceived insults that ....

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Marketing Plan for "Nature's Harmony"

.... supplements taken by millions of Americans, but which lack the efficacy .... population ages, there are increased health problems and perceived health deterioration ....

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The Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

.... The Institute's primary problem is a lack of unrestricted funding. .... One of these is its perceived view of its missionùto promote cancer research. ....

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