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Human Resource Management papers in Business Administration, F

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  1. This paper examines the processes by which a form of responsibility accounting system emerges in an organizational context. The paper utilizes recent approaches to the understanding of how science and technology is created (Latour, Science in…
  2. Within the user-generated content sites, the role and growth of social networking sites has been undeniably overwhelming. Social networking sites (SNS) generate millions of dollars in revenue and advertising, yet little is known about why college…
  3. The argument about whether facial expressions of emotion are universal or culture-specific goes back more than 100 years. For most of that time the evidence was sparse, but in the last 30 years there have been many research studies. That has not…
  4. Preparing preservice teachers for ICT integration in the classrooms is a key focus for many teacher education institutes. This paper examines the perceived development of preservice teachers in terms of their technological knowledge, pedagogical…
  5. Decision workshops, sometimes called decision conferences, help a group of decision makers gain a shared understanding of a decision problem, analyse issues and commit to an action plan under the guidance of an experienced facilitator. This work…
  6. On February 1, 2003, the world watched in horror as the Columbia space shuttle broke apart while reentering the earth's atmosphere, killing all seven astronauts. Some have argued that NASA's failure to respond with appropriate intensity to the…
  7. This article reviews methodological issues that arise in the application of exploratory factor analysis (EFA) to scale revision and refinement. The authors begin by discussing how the appropriate use of EFA in scale revision is influenced by both…
  8. The basic idea of exploratory factor analysis is the following. For a given set of observed response variables one wants to find a set of latent factors, fewer in number than the observed variables. These factors are supposed to account for the…
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