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The diverse nature of the prevailing conceptualizations of skills required for successful managerial performance hinders our understanding of the phenomenon. This paper examines the limitations to our understanding of the nature of managerial skills based on the analysis of managerial jobs that...
This study examines whether attitudinal militancy and propensity to strike represent two different constructs. The study also examines the joint effects of five models, each representing a different theoretical approach, upon the two dependent variables: propensity to strike and attitudinal...
This paper presents the theoretical basis and the associated perceptions of race relations that characterized a race relations competence workshop which served as the educational component of an overall program to improve race relations among managers within the fictitiously named XYZ...
The emergence of a British ethnic minority business class over the past decade promises much for the future of black people, but may deliver very little in terms of material improvement. Like its U.S. counterpart, which grew in the aftermath of the 1960's disorders, the British Black bourgeoisie...
This paper addresses interactional strategies used by undercover narcotics agents during covert drug transactions. Specific emphasis is given to the extent to which these strategies depend on particular drugs involved. In this regard, four narcotics are examined: marijuana, LSD, crack cocaine,...
Predictors of providing support among two-earner couples have rarely been examined. This paper reviews existing literature on work family dynamics and proposes that providing support is a consequence of factors in the support environment, the provider's resources, and the provider's willingness...
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