Ying is experiencing the shock of entering the real world. she feels insecure around the new tasks of interviewing, applying, being tested, and facing being turned down. what is ying’s career stage?
most people living in southwest asia are _muslim_ .
the majority of people living in cyprus however are _christian_.
and the majority of people living in israel are
sharecropping is a type of agricultural development wherein a landowner allows a tenant to use the land in return for a share of the crops produced.
some landowners/planters took advantage of sharecroppers under this system due to ample opportunity to cheat the sharecropper. early in us sharecropping, croppers were newly freed slaves (later would see the inclusion of poor whites). the sharecroppers received tools and goods from the landowners (the price of these taken out of their payment), with landowners dictating what was grown and croppers often in agreement to sell their portion of the crop back to the landowner with unethical price manipulation. landowners also had the ability to threaten sharecroppers with ending their agreement and no way to earn a living or feed their families if they did not produce or operate as commanded.
a normative statement is based in an opinion that could be ethical or moral and there isn't a way to prove it, and a positive statement not necessarily should be true but it could be tested through surveys, study cases or simulation to know his veracity. in the practice them are used in economy or philosophy.
which of the following statements concerning gender differences correctly describes an effect on workplace communication? d. the perception of gender roles in business varies from culture to culture, and gender bias can range from overt discrimination to subtle and even unconscious beliefs; although the ratio of men and women in entry-level professional positions is roughly equal, the percentage of mgmt roles held by men increases steadily the further one looks up the corporate ladder; men and women tend to have somewhat different communication styles; men emphasize content and outcomes in the communication effort and women place a higher premium on relationship maintenance; men are more likely to negotiate a pay raise.
gender differences in the workplace typically stem from social factors, which influence the behaviors of men and women. these influences may stem from psychological factors or physical factors. men and women experience differences in perception in the workplace (related to organizational structure, problem-solving style and view of work-related conflict).