Socialization into Militarization
Life definitely seems a lot more militarized now that social distancing norms have become common place and the National Guard is ……
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Socialization is an important component to the success and effectiveness of an organizational setting. Workplace socialization or social interaction is associated with numerous benefits for both the individuals and the organization. However, organizations are sometimes faced with socialization issues that negatively impact employee engagement and productivity. An example of an organizational situation relating to socialization is the integration of new members. Organization X has established human resource policies and plans to integrate new members into the workforce. However, … that they do not feel a sense of belonging and face numerous uncertainties in this working environment.
Korte (2007) states that socialization in an organization is associated with four major benefits i.e. reduced turnover, transfer and maintenance of organizational culture, positive employee attitudes and behaviors, … employee attitudes and behaviors, and learning organizational political and social norms. Despite these benefits, many organizations face challenges in integrating new……
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… the use of a range of criteria. The criteria are developed for residential schools for the deaf. Some of the measures relating to socialization and linguistic settings will have to be reviewed and changed if they are applied to the non-deaf learners and deaf instructional programs. The … The current research available suggests that three critical areas should be examined: 1: the outcomes of education; 2: the programs of education; 3: socialization and linguistic experiences. The only entity mandated institution by the federal authorities to measure student progress is the NAEP. They measure academic progress … al., 2018).
The social development with the education of the deaf happens through extra-curricular tasks, in dormitories, and through the athletic programs. The socialization and linguistic environment is a critical aspect of deaf education. Thus, residential schools for the deaf should provide these environments, using both the ……
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… (2018), both of which were more evaluative. The study by Colclough (2018), however, was focused on diving more deeply into the issue of socialization and autistic students. Unlike the other two studies by Ashbaugh et al. (2017) and Lucas and James (2018), which focused directly or at … on peer mentoring and its impact on autistic students, the study by Colclough (2018) did not look at peer mentoring’s impact on the socialization of autistic students at university. The researcher mentioned peer mentoring as one factor in the process of socialization, but the aim of the research was more focused on understanding more deeply the experiences of autistic students at the collegiate level. The ……
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The elderly population, like every other population in the world today, can benefit from changes that have occurred in the world thanks to technological revolutions. The Internet, for instance, has allowed a virtual world to emerge that rivals the real world in terms of social opportunities. News spreads instantly thanks to the Internet, and people can communicate with one another and retrieve information more easily today than at any point in human history. Technology can thus be used to address some of the changes and challenges within the elderly population today. Those changes and challenges include changes in environment as the population moves into assisted living and combating isolation and depression, which can occur in this population. Likewise, because of the nature of the globalized world it is more likely that this population will be more diverse than it has been in the past, which means there will be……
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… creating a respectful culture in which people of all gender identities feel welcomed. They can do this by addressing the issue of gender socialization. Gender socialization is the process by which an individual learns or comes to understand the norms and expectations regarding gender within the context of the … values regarding what the organization sees as important—i.e., values like trust, accountability, and honesty—rather than the old values of masculinity and machismo. Gender socialization impacts career choices because people will go into certain careers based on whether they perceive it to be something befitting their gender. For ……
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… skill that is expected of teenagers in all cultures. There are several categories of social conduct that bear wider import and relevance. The socialization process makes sure that children behave in a certain gender-acceptable manner. The boys across societies are taught to behave in masculine ways; girls ……
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...Socialization The Situation
Workers at the company of Kroger do not appear motivated since the outbreak of COVID-19 has increased their workload. They are grumbling about not getting paid more even though more is now expected of them. They are stocking shelves more, cleaning the store more, disinfecting carts, and generally working non-stop from start time to finish, whereas they are used to having some down time and things being more leisurely at work. Management is beginning to notice that employee morale is sinking and workers are beginning to slack. Management wonders what it can do to motivate employees.
Maslow’s (1943) theory of human motivation and the hierarchy of needs stipulates that people are motivated and become self-actualizing when all their needs are met. These needs include the basic human needs of food, shelter, safety, love and affection, a sense of belonging and esteem, and at the top of……
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… home orders and advisories in many places across the country and the globe. The stay at home orders and advisories have also reduced socialization. The leaders who are expressing compassion and are showing that they understand what is happening are preferred during this situation (Skeet, 2020). Similarly, ……
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