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WEEK 10 MAR 10 NELSON CHPT 18; BENNIS CHPT 9 ORGANIZATIONS CAN HELP OR HINDER PG 165 TO DO 1 : Tolerance for Ambiguity 1. 5 2. 6 3. 5 4. 7 5. 5 6. 6 7. 2 8. 5 9. 6 10. 2 11. 6 12. 5 13. 4 14. 7 15. 4
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TO DO 2: Changing Racial Attitudes One Dorm Room at a Time 1. What deep-level diversity issues may be relevant here? Deep-level diversity here is the common conflict between roommates heterogeneity related to personality preferences, interpersonal needs, attitudes, beliefs, and values that each person has. 2. Would you support college residence policies that required different- race roommate pairings to increase campus diversity? Why or why not? I would support college residence policies that required different race roommate
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Unformatted text preview: to live together in the dormitory because of some reasons. Firstly, it would encourage different race roommates to prove themselves from the typical stereotypes. This may give positive outcomes for individuals since they have to live and work in unfamiliar environment, they will put much effort to overcome difficulties. Second reason is because the policy may help different race students to get to know and get along with each other. As the result, there would be more diversity in a friend group or work team in the campus....
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