Atmosph Ren In Organisationen

Author: Christian Julmi
Publisher: Projekt Verlag
ISBN: 3897333678
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Atmosph Ren In Organisationen from the Author: Christian Julmi. Das Zusammenleben in Organisationen wird wesentlich von Atmosph√§ren be¬≠einflusst. Ob die Atmosph√§re einer Sitzung beispielsweise gespannt, locker oder bedr√ľckt ist, wirkt sich entscheidend auf den Verlauf und das Ergebnis der Sitzung aus. Wer kein Gesp√ľr f√ľr die Atmosph√§re in einer Ge¬≠mein¬≠schaft hat, wird sich nur schwer in ihr behaupten k√∂nnen. Trotz der hohen praktischen Relevanz von Atmosph√§ren in Orga¬≠nisationen sind bislang keine Versuche unternommen worden, diese theoretisch zu erfassen und systematisch zu erforschen. Dies scheint neben der schwierigen Verortung des Atmosph√§rischen zwischen Sub¬≠jekt und Objekt ins¬≠be¬≠sondere an der f√ľr Organisationen konstitutiven Ver¬≠flech¬≠tung von Atmosph√§re und Situation zu liegen. W√§hrend sich bei¬≠spiels¬≠weise die Architektur mit dem atmosph√§rischen Rah¬≠men besch√§ftigt, innerhalb des¬≠sen sich Situationen ab¬≠spielen, sind Organisationen selbst ein soziales Gebilde und fallen in diesem Sinne mit den Situationen ihrer Organisa¬≠tionsmitglieder zusam¬≠men. Organisationen bieten keinen Rah¬≠men f√ľr das Zusammenleben ‚Äď sie sind das Zusam¬≠men¬≠leben. Entsprechend k√∂nnen Atmosph√§ren in Organisa¬≠tio¬≠nen nicht als der Situation vorg√§ngig oder sie unterlegend gedacht werden. Vor die¬≠sem Hintergrund betreibt der Autor in erster Linie Grund¬≠lagenforschung und arbeitet von einer leib¬≠ph√§nomenologischen Grundlage ausgehend die situ¬≠ati¬≠ven Entwicklungsdynamiken und Erscheinungsweisen von Atmo¬≠sph√§ren in Organisationen heraus.

Distribution Und Handel In Theorie Und Praxis

Author: Hendrik Schröder
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 9783834914576
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Distribution Und Handel In Theorie Und Praxis from the Author: Hendrik Schr√∂der. Mit diesem Buch w√ľrdigen die Autoren das wissenschaftliche Werk von Universit√§tsprofessor Dr. Dieter Ahlert. Die Verfasser haben seine Ausbildung, seine Forschung oder die Anwendung seiner Forschungsergebnisse begleitet und greifen mit ihren Beitr√§gen verschiedene Facetten der Arbeitsgebiete von Dieter Ahlert auf. Dazu geh√∂ren Aspekte der Gestaltung von Instrumenten des Handelsmarketing ebenso wie Themen der Markenf√ľhrung, des Category Managements, des Controlling und der Corporate Social Responsibility ‚Äď stets aus der Perspektive von Distribution und Handel. Noch recht jung sind die Themen des Netzwerkmarketing und der Neuro√∂konomik. Der Sammelband beleuchtet aktuelle Entwicklungen und Diskussionen dieser Forschungsgebiete.

Transnational Connections

Author: Ulf Hannerz
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134764154
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Transnational Connections from the Author: Ulf Hannerz. This work provides an account of culture in an age of globalization. Ulf Hannerz argues that, in an ever-more interconnected world, national understandings of culture have become insufficient. He explores the implications of boundary-crossings and long-distance cultural flows for established notions of "the local", "community", "nation" and "modernity" Hannerz not only engages with theoretical debates about culture and globalization but raises issues of how we think and live today. His account of the experience of global culture encompasses a shouting match in a New York street about Salman Rushdie, a papal visit to the Maya Indians; kung-fu dancers in Nigeria and Rastafarians in Amsterdam; the nostalgia of foreign correspondents; and the surprising experiences of tourists in a world city or on a Borneo photo safari.

Nature And Society

Author: Philippe Descola
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134827156
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Nature And Society from the Author: Philippe Descola. The contributors to this book focus on the relationship between nature and society from a variety of theoretical and ethnographic perspectives. Their work draws upon recent developments in social theory, biology, ethnobiology, epistemology, sociology of science, and a wide array of ethnographic case studies -- from Amazonia, the Solomon Islands, Malaysia, the Mollucan Islands, rural comunities from Japan and north-west Europe, urban Greece, and laboratories of molecular biology and high-energy physics. The discussion is divided into three parts, emphasising the problems posed by the nature-culture dualism, some misguided attempts to respond to these problems, and potential avenues out of the current dilemmas of ecological discourse.

Bullying And Emotional Abuse In The Workplace

Author: Stale Einarsen
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780203164662
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Bullying And Emotional Abuse In The Workplace from the Author: Stale Einarsen. Over the last decade or so research into bullying, emotional abuse and harassment at work, as distinct from harassment based on sex or race and primarily of a non-physical nature, has emerged as a new field of study. Two main academic streams have emerged: a European tradition applying the concept of 'mobbing' or 'bullying' and the American tradition, primarily identified through concepts such as emotional abuse and mistreatment. One focuses on the perpetrator, the other on the victim. In addition, research in this field has also started in Australia and South Africa. All are brought together in this work, in a synthesis of research and analysis of practice in the field. Bullying and Emotional Abuse in the Workplace aims to document the existence and consequences of the problem of bullying, to explore its causes and to investigate the effectiveness of approaches aimed at mitigating and managing the problem, as well as to offer suggestions for further progress in this important new field.

Research Companion To The Dysfunctional Workplace

Author: Janice Langan-Fox
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1847207081
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Research Companion To The Dysfunctional Workplace from the Author: Janice Langan-Fox. A work exposing and exploring the phenomena of the dysfunctional workplace is long overdue. This fascinating book does just that, uncovering the subversiveness, counter-productive behaviour and unspoken issues that managers struggle with on a daily basis. This Companion not only explores organizational dysfunction as it concerns individuals, it also examines broader issues of dysfunction and its effects with regards teams, managers and organizational systems. Lively discussion encompasses the symptoms of distress, illness, absenteeism, and inefficiency that point towards behavioural disorders and system-wide malfunction. From personality disorders to wars over territory , the book chronicles and reveals the true nature of often hidden workplace problems including bullying, unethical behaviour, loss of trust, organizational deviance, cowardice, workaholism, negative humour and emotions, personality disorders, mismanagement, and malfunctioning performance and selection systems. So what can be done? Practical solutions to these dysfunctional phenomena are presented by international experts from a range of disciplinary backgrounds including management, psychology and economics. This fascinating, highly original book will be of enormous interest to students, researchers, academics and practitioners across all sectors of business and management, human resource management in particular.

Uni Wissen Teaching English In The Primary School

Author: Marita Schocker-von Ditfurth
Publisher: Klett Lerntraining
ISBN: 312939107X
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Uni Wissen Teaching English In The Primary School from the Author: Marita Schocker-von Ditfurth. Teaching English in the Primary School provides a comprehensive introduction to the teaching of English in the primary school. It focuses on developments in Germany and includes a European perspective as regards current research and education policies. The book systematically presents relevant research on what we know about how young learners learn foreign languages, it discusses appropriate methods, tasks, materials, texts and procedures and includes chapters on related issues such as assessment, transition, cross curricular teaching and teaching English at the pre-school level. Throughout the book, the authors convincingly illustrate how theory and practice relate to each other. Sicher im Studium - die Reihe mit dem Grundlagenwissen s√§mtlicher Teildisziplinen des Studienfachs Anglistik / Amerikanistik Fragestellungen und wissenschaftliche Zusammenh√§nge des Faches Orientierung und kompaktes Wissen Antworten auf die Fragen: "Wie lernen Kinder die englische Sprache?", "Wie wird Wortschatz und Grammatik vermittelt?", Wie muss der Unterricht organisiert werden?" F√ľr die gezielte und schnelle Vorbereitung auf Hochschulpr√ľfungen √úbersichtlich und leicht verst√§ndlich

What Children Need

Author: Jane Waldfogel
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674044784
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What Children Need from the Author: Jane Waldfogel. What do children need to grow and develop? And how can their needs be met when parents work? Emphasizing the importance of parental choice, quality of care, and work opportunities, economist Jane Waldfogel guides readers through the maze of social science research evidence to offer comprehensive answers and a vision for change. Drawing on the evidence, Waldfogel proposes a bold new plan to better meet the needs of children in working families, from birth through adolescence, while respecting the core values of choice, quality, and work: Allow parents more flexibility to take time off work for family responsibilities; Break the link between employment and essential family benefits; Give mothers and fathers more options to stay home in the first year of life; Improve quality of care from infancy through the preschool years; Increase access to high-quality out-of-school programs for school-aged children and teenagers.

Appraisal Processes In Emotion

Author: Klaus R. Scherer
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780195351545
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Appraisal Processes In Emotion from the Author: Klaus R. Scherer. The scientific study of emotion has long been dominated by theories emphasizing the subjective experience of emotions and their accompanying expressive and physiological responses. The processes by which different emotions are elicited has received less attention, the implicit assumption being that certain emotions arise automatically in response to certain types of events or situations. Such an assumption is incompatible with data showing that similar situations can provoke a range of emotions in different individuals, or even the same individual at different times. Appraisal theory, first suggested by Magda Arnold and Richard Lazarus, was formulated to address this shortcoming in our understanding of emotion. The central tenet of appraisal theory is that emotions are elicited according to an individual's subjective interpretation or evaluation of important events or situations. Appraisal research focuses on identifying the evaluative dimensions or criteria that predict which emotion will be elicited in an individual, as well as linking the appraisal process with the production of emotional responses. This book represents the first full-scale summary of the current state of appraisal research. Separate sections cover the history of apraisal theory and its fundamental ideas, the views of some of the major theorists currently active in the field, theoretical and methodological problems with the appraisal approach including suggestions for their resolution, social, cultural and individual differences and the application of appraisal theory to understanding and treating emotional pathology, and the methodology used in appraisal research including measuring and analyzing self-report, physiological, facial, and vocal indicators of appraisal, and simulating appraisal processes via computational models. Intended for advanced students and researchers in emotion psychology, it provides an authoritative assessment and critique of the current state of the art in appraisal research.

Losing Control

Author: Roy F. Baumeister
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Losing Control from the Author: Roy F. Baumeister. Self-regulation refers to the self's ability to control its own thoughts, emotions, and actions. Through self-regulation, we consciously control how much we eat, whether we give in to impulse, task performance, obsessive thoughts, and even the extent to which we allow ourselves recognition of our emotions. This work provides a synthesis and overview of recent and long-standing research findings of what is known of the successes and failures of self-regulation. People the world over suffer from the inability to control their finances, their weight, their emotions, their craving for drugs, their sexual impulses, and more. The United States in particular is regarded by some observers as a society addicted to addiction. Therapy and support groups have proliferated not only for alcoholics and drug abusers but for all kinds of impulse control, from gambling to eating chocolate. Common to all of these disorders is a failure of self-regulation, otherwise known as "self-control." The consequences of these self-control problems go beyond individuals to affect family members and society at large. In Losing Control, the authors provide a single reference source with comprehensive information on general patterns of self-regulation failure across contexts, research findings on specific self-control disorders, and commentary on the clinical and social aspects of self-regulation failure. Self-control is discussed in relation to what the "self" is, and the cognitive, motivational, and emotional factors that impinge on one's ability to control one's "self." Key Features * Discusses the importance of the concept of self-regulation to general issues of autonomy and identity * Encompasses self-control of thoughts, feelings, and actions * Contains a special section on the control of impulses and appetites * First book to integrate recent research into a broad overview of the area