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Unformatted text preview: ate discussion, the instructor might have students
write their score, age, and how often they come in contact
with older workers (daily, several times a week, once a week,
or monthly) on pieces of paper. Working in groups and using
calculators, the class can compute the class average. On the
basis of the distribution of age and contact with older workers
in the class, create two age groups (young and older) and two
contact with older worker groups (low and high), and calculate the average of these groups. Also, a distribution of the
scores might be posted on the board.
Source: Hassell, B. L., & Perrewe, P. L. (1995). An examination of
beliefs about older workers: Do stereotypes still exist? Journal of
Organizational Behavior, 16, 457–468. Case Incident
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This document was uploaded on 03/27/2014.
- Spring '14