Using the Human Resources Frame, choose a specific human relations characteristic of the case - and explain
in-depth how the Human Resources Frame informs the circumstances of the University of Missouri case.
From a human resources perspective, is there anything you would do differently? Explain, incorporating at least 1 or 2 assumptions of the Human Resources?
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