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Nuclear reactor Court repo rt er Arc hivi st Medi ca l technician operator technician Correctiona I officer Telemarketer F li ght attendant Composer Biologist Stat is tician Jobs that sco re high activate these traits (make the m more relevant to predicting behavior) Conscientiousness(+) Extraversion (+) Agreeableness(+) Extraversi on (+) Ag reeableness (-) Openne ss (+) Extravers io n (+) Agreeableness(+) Neuroticism (-) Broadcast news analyst Ed i tor A ir line pil ot Skincare specialist M athematician Fitness trainer Conscien ti ousness(+) Neuroticism (-) Not e: A plus ( -t ) si gn means ind ivi du a ls who score high on this troit should do better in th is j ob A minus I ) si gn means indiv id ua ls who score low on th is tra it should do be tt er in th is job
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1 36 PART 2 The Individual Values 6 Contrast terminal and instrume ntal value s. values Basic convictions that a specific mode of conduc t or end- state of existence is personally or socially preferable to an opposite or converse mode of conduct or end-state of existence. value system A hierarchy based on a ranking of an ind1v1dual's values in terms of their intensity. terminal values Desirable end - states of existence: the goals a person would like to achieve dunng his or her lifetime instrumental values Preferable modes of behavior or means of ac hi ev ing one's terminal values. I l aving di cu sed per ona li l, t rait.s-lhe e nduring ch arac teris ti c 1h at de- scri be a pe r o n' beha vi o r- we now LUrn Lo value . Va lue · are of ten very p ec ifi c a nd describe be lief systems rat her th an behavio ral Le nd encie . ome b lie fi or va lu es say lit tl e a bo ut a p erso n' per ona lity, and we do n't al wa y a L o nsis tent ly with ou r va lues. ls ca pit al pun is hm cnL 1 ·ig ht o r wrong? 15 a de ir e for po wer goo d o r bad? T he an wcr · LO th e ·c qu c ti ow arc va lue-l ade n. Va lu es n: pr c e nl basic co nvictions tha1 "a speci fi c mode of co ndu ct or c nd - state or cxi Len ee is per ona ll y or soc ia ll y pr eferab le to an op posite or co n ver se mode of co ndu ct or end- t.ate of ex i tcnce." 67 Value co nt ain a judgmenta l clc- mem b cca u c they ca rr y an indiv i dua r s id ea abo ul wh at i rig ht , good, o r d e ir- a bl c. T h ey have bo th co nt en t and in t en icy a nribut e. The co m c nt a ttribut e . a a m ode or co nduct o r end- Lale or cx i L enee i -; im/Jorlanl. The in ten it}' a ttribut e sp ec ifi cs how im /J ortanl it i . \t\ rhen we ra nk value in Le nn o fint en it " we o bt ain thal pe r o n. value sys tem . We a ll ha,·c a hierar ch }' or \ <l luc . acco rding LO th e re la ti ve import.an ce we a i gn LO valu es such as fr ee do m, pi ca ur c, se lf-re p ec t. ho nest )', obedience. and eq ua li t y. . Valu es Le nd Lo be rel at ively stable and cn clu1 i n g. 68 Man of the values we ho ld arc cs1 ab li shed in our ear ly year s- by p are nts, te ac hers, frie nd s, and o lh- crs. As chilclrcn, we are told ce rt ain beh av iors o r outcomes ar c olruo ys d es ir able or a/ wa_)'s und es i rab l e, with few gray areas. Y ou wer e never t.aug ht Lo be just a little bi1 h one
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