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Organisational Information Processing Theory

In conjunction with the website it is recommended that you create email facilities for employees. All of the data stored on the network can be sent instantly to any person with an email address. This would immediately reduce the volume of post and printing in the business, not to mention the speed with which the […]

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Actor-Network Theory

To begin with, Actor-Network Theory (ANT) comprises of four means of observing techniques which will now be discussed; i. e. as hybrids, writings/ designations, systems and as preferences/authority. An actor-network encompasses and associates collectively both procedural and non-procedural components; individuals are units that obtain significance with respect to others. In this situation, expertise is not […]

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Equity Theory

The pilots and crew showed a learned need of affiliation (nAff) where a person seeks approval from others, conforms to their wishes and expectations, and avoids conflict and confrontation. When changes were initially made by Savage, the learned need surfaced. The pilots and crew basically conformed to his wishes to avoid conflict. Later on they […]

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Adam Smith

The history of the life and works of the political economist, Adam Smith. Adam Smith Adam Smith, a brilliant eighteenth-century Scottish political economist, had the advantage of judging the significance ol colonies by a rigorous examination based on the colonial experience of 300 years. His overview has a built-in bias: he strongly disapproved of excessive […]

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Abbey and His Fear of Progress

A discussion of Edward Abbey and his anti-progress views. The day that the gray jeep with the U.S. Government decal and “Bureau of Public Roads” on it, Edward Abbey knew that progress had arrived. He had foreseen it, watching other parks like his, fall in the face of progress. He knew that hordes of people […]

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Pure theory

The place of force (‘coercion) in the pure theory has evoked adverse comment. There is no explicit assertion in the theory that law is only force, but there is an inference that the effectiveness of law seems to be based solely on force or sanction. All law must possess ‘ an apparatus of compulsion’, Kelsen […]

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The Social exchange theory

As incidents of company laying off mid-management staff and outsourcing labour created a pivotal point towards his motivation platform, following studies has shown there’s a trend of self-managing work portfolios on the rise as globalisation and technological change forced organization become flatter and flexible structure in order to compete effectively. Research findings by Roffey Park […]

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The Content theory and Process theory

The last component of content theories is the McClelland’s achievement motivation theory. This theory includes four parts: the Achievement Motive, the Power Motive, the Affiliate Motive, and the Avoidance Motive. The first three parts correspond, roughly, to Maslow’s self-actualisation, esteem, and love needs. If put this theory into the really work situation, the achievement motive […]

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Political Theory

This paper is a completed examination for a course in political theory from the Greek city-states to Saint Thomas Aquinas Question #1 : Please discuss the political organization of the Greek city- states, particularly Athenian democracy at the time of Pericles, Plato, and Aristotle. Also discuss the backgrounds of Socrates, Plato and Aristotle and the […]

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‘Do Anarchist demand the impossible’

Anarchism is summed up by their belief in Utopianism. A utopia literally means an ideal or perfect society. Utopianism is a style of political theorising that develops a critique of the existing order by constructing a model if an ideal or perfect alternative. Utopian theories are usually based on assumptions about the unlimited possibilities of […]

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