• Deviance (Organizational Behaviour)
    Introduction In the past 10 years, more and more research has come to the forefront regarding organizational deviance. It is widely accepted that employee deviance has been increasing in recent years and the topic has become much more publicly discussed, especially in light of recent scandals s
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  • Deviance
    "Discuss how one of the sociological theories of deviance can be used to explain social phenomena, such as pornography, drug use, suicide and disability." By Vanessa Neil 1 - Introduction 2 - A Brief background to the Interactionist Perspective 3 - More recent development
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  • Attachment in the School Setting
    Attachment in the School Setting Difficult behaviour in the school setting affects both teachers and students. In this paper I draw on attachment theory to construct an alternative explanation for such behaviour. I review attachment theory and link attachment patterns and behaviour in school ag
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  • School Cash Management System Report
    Analysis of & Recommendations for Cash Management System at School A INDEX Section 1 Terms of Reference page 1 Section 2 Methodology page 2 Section 3 Executive Summary page 3 Section 4 Background page 4 Section 5 The Accounting Function page 5 Section 6 Analysis of Current System page
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  • Organizational Behaviour
    Perception 31 Learning and reinforcement 43 Values, Attitudes and Interest 53 Motivation 62 Team Building 75 Conflict 89 Personality Personality is a concept that we use continuously in our day-to-day routine, when dealing with people. We talk about people
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  • Race, Ethnicity, and Deviance
    Sociological Forum, Vol. 17, No. 4, December 2002 ( C 2002) Race, Ethnicity, and Deviance: A Study of Asian and Non-Asian Adolescents in America1 Sung Joon Jang2 This study shows that Asian American adolescents commit less deviance in the form of school misbehavior than white, black, Hispanic
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  • Responding to School Bullying
    Responding to School Bullying Assume that you have been called before a Commission that wants to know if you can help to identify different kinds of school bullying and formulate a policy to deal with this anti-social behaviour in Hong Kong. What would you advise the Commission? Specify the value
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  • Ocd - Symptoms, Causes, Treatment
    COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY FOR OCD This page intentionally left blank COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY FOR OCD DAVID A. CLARK THE GUILFORD PRESS New York London © 2004 The Guilford Press A Division of Guilford Publications, Inc. 72 Spring Street, New York, NY 10012 www.guilford.com
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  • Deviant Workplace Behaviour
    OVERVIEW OF DWB Theoretical Antisocial actions by organizational members that intentionally violate established norms and that result in negative consequences for the organization, its members, or both. Therefore, deviant workplace behavior is likely to flourish where it is supported by group norm
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  • The Essence of Organizational Behaviour
    THE ESSENCE OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR A definition of organizational behaviour ‘The study of the structure, functioning and performance of organizations, and the behaviour of groups and individuals within them’ (Pugh, 1971). Characteristics of organizational behaviour (Ivancevich et a
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  • Motivation and Behaviour Difficulties
    The ‘Motivation and Behaviour Difficulties: Methods and Strategies for Educators’ paper, has given participants an insight into the challenges faced by students with motivation and behavioural difficulties. It has led me to question why this group of students has not been adequately catered for
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  • Causes of Absenteeism
    Hb1 Causes of absenteeism Although patterns of chronic absenteeism vary, the most common pattern is for a student to miss a few days of school each week. The student's excuses may or may not have to do with an illness. An absentee problem should be considered chronic when it is not always related
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  • Chapter 2 - Factors Affecting Violations of School Policies
    CHAPTER 2 DISCUSSION Definition of School Policies and Violation According to Commission on Filipino Overseas (2000), school policies, rules and regulations are guidelines related to the internal governance of each of the Philippines school overseas, including their prescribed standards, as de
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  • Adolescence and Anti-Social Behaviour
    Adolescence and Anti-Social Behaviour Taking risks, pushing boundaries and ‘acting out’ are often part of adolescent life. Adolescence is a time of anxiety and confusion where young people are faced with a whole host of thoughts and emotions. Stanley Hall (1904 cited in Cote 1994) described
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  • School Dropout
    ABSTRACT Graduation rates are key measures of a nation’s economic health. This is a critical indicator for parents, as well as policy makers in examining how the education system is performing. Essentially, if there are many graduates, it shows that the current education system is working w
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  • School Violence
    Literature Review Aggression and violence are multiplied behaviours children learn over time and across context as they grow up. “The topic of violence in schools is one that affects all of society. It interferes with the learning process and as a result it affects all of us” Harrison
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  • Aggressive Behaviour: a Study of Its Manifestations and Varied Effects on the Aggressor and the Aggravated in the Classroom Environment
    University of Santo Tomas College of Science Aggressive Behaviour: A Study of its Manifestations and Varied Effects on the Aggressor and the Aggravated in the Classroom Environment Submitted to: Ms. Abigail De Abanico Submitted by: Abrugena, Alexys Gerald Bautista, Earvin Earl Marcos,
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  • Internet Use and Its Impact on Secondary School Students in Chiang Mai, Thailand
    INTERNET USE AND ITS IMPACT ON SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN CHIANG MAI, THAILAND Kesaraporn Wanajak BNS MSc (Pharmacology) This thesis is presented in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Faculty of Computing, Health and Science Edith Cowan University Jun
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  • Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour Supportive Interventions for Anti Social Behaviour: Their Use and Effectiveness, Especially on People with Mental Health Problems
    Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour Supportive Interventions for Anti Social Behaviour: Their Use and Effectiveness, Especially on People with Mental Health Problems Jayne Mugo DISSERTATION.COM Boca Raton Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour: Supportive Interventions for Anti Social Behaviour: Th
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  • Deviance: Nature vs. Nurture
    Deviance: Nature vs. Nurture Every society has developed their own rules and principles, and every society contains those who break away from these norms and expectations. These people are called deviants. All societies throughout history have had these deviants who refuse to follow the
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