Question 181 out of 1 points Based on Schwartzs Value Theory if you value

Question 181 out of 1 points based on schwartzs value

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Question 18 1 out of 1 points Based on Schwartz’s Value Theory, if you value achievement over universalism, you will spend your evening working hard on your term paper so that you can get a good grade, rather than volunteering at the soup kitchen. Selected Answer:TrueAnswers:TrueFalse Response Feedback: Correct: Schwartz proposed that broad values motivate our behavior across any context. He categorized these values into two opposing or bipolar dimensions. The first dimension ranges from concern for the welfare of others (which Schwartz calls self-transcendence) to pursuit of one’s own interests (self-enhancement). The second dimension ranges from self- directed independence (which Schwartz calls openness to change) to conformity (conservation). So, if you value achievement (self- enhancement) over universalism (self-transcendence), you will spend your evening working on your paper. Question 19 1 out of 1 points Turnover is always bad for organizations. Question 201 out of 1 pointsJane hates the idea of child labor. She works for a company that claims that it doesn’t employ children. However, news reports accuse the company of employing young children overseas. ______ is the psychological discomfort that Jane is experiencing since she heard this news.
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QUIZ 3 Which of the following statements about emotions is false ? Question 21 out of 1 pointsDawn is a manager at a big box store. One of her employees, Edward, appears to have low self-efficacy. To help him, Dawn should set a very challenging sales goal. Selected Answer:FalseAnswers:TrueFalse
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