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Gender Diversity And Team Science. Conceptual Framework

Jörg Müller, Anne Laure Humbert, Elisabeth Günther, Ulf Sandström, Anne-Charlott Callerstig, Sandra Klatt
2016 Zenodo  
The third chapter then aims to flesh out the gender dimensions of team science and research assessment in order to arrive at an understanding how gender diversity specifically affects team performance.  ...  The fourth chapter finally spells out the methodological implications for our case study research, the development of the Gender- Diversity-Index and the survey.  ...  Attitudes towards Diversity Positive attitudes towards diversity in teams act as precondition for capitalizing its benefits.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1442691 fatcat:7ek6kuxcyzfute3apneica3dau

Full Issue Vol 10 No 1 (2021)

Harvard Deusto Business Research
2021 Harvard Deusto Business Research  
In particular, they seek to understand their potential consumers and their market behaviors and, through them, to identify consumer attitudes toward marketing.  ...  Also, the question of translation did not deserve the attention on the part of the companies and even the Academia.  ...  The use of the Web would inexorably contribute to this because by making it extraordinarily easy to disseminate-by resorting to blogs and/or social networks-the potentially negative effects would be amplified  ... 
doi:10.48132/hdbr.352 fatcat:c2yxdh74krgeho6sps2ipzvqcq


Abdu Sagir
The utilization of Omo®, Jet® and Persil® detergents by aquatic bacteria isolates from Otamiri River at Nekede in Owerri North, Imo State, Nigeria was investigated.  ...  Of the nine bacterial isolates obtained from the river water, only Pseudomonas, Bacillus, Actinomyces, Corynebacterium and Staphylococcus were found to survive in the detergent water and possibly utilize  ...  attitudes towards certain fields of work.  ... 

EU corporate public affairs 2.0 – revisiting the multi-agent approach

Victoria Spötl
2020 unpublished
Relying on the principal-agent theory as conceptual framework, this thesis examines the company-internal roles and functions of multiple agents in EU corporate public affairs.  ...  Second, it additionally shows that with the advancing professionalisation and expansion of in-house public affairs, external public affairs agents tend to be increasingly substituted.  ...  , networking, as well as direct lobbying activities towards EU officials.  ... 
doi:10.25365/thesis.63387 fatcat:adzx5225drfe3gjas4uqufrvay

Environmental science theory. Concepts and methods in a one-world, problem-oriented paradigm

1993 Environment International  
the basically positive attitude of most environmental scientists toward the natural environment, and their far more reserved attitude towards human interventions.  ...  What should such a network be? Should environmental chemistry and environmental sociology form a relationship in a network? To do what?  ...  influencing the choices of these actors, then to the actors in their turn influencing these factors, and to the social, political, cultural and economic patterns underlying all of this.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0160-4120(93)90104-p fatcat:hey4sdrwsbgntpwjzp763hhecu

Motivational basis of organizational citizenship behaviour

Daniel Bastian
Psychological ownership is supposed to result in positive attitudes towards the possessed object, in an adapted self-concept (i.e. people view possessions as part of the extended self) and in an increased  ...  In fact, the popularity of OCB in both academia and practice is largely due to the premise that fostering OCB will result in enhanced organizational performance 55 .  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-163851 fatcat:p3mld6tibvajnhyk57teyialzi

STEM 2021 Proceedings : 6th International STEM in Education Conference

D. Anderson, Marina Milner-Bolotin, Rodrigo Santos, Stephen Petrina
Participants in this workshop will learn the concepts involved in each of these stations and be given materials to do the activities involved.  ...  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.  ...  attitude towards life.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0402129 fatcat:6c2vxqry4rbg3mckwlcedxmnae

Measuring Quality of Virtual Event: Scale Development and Validation

Hyelin Kim, Seyhmus Baloglu, Zihui Ma, Anjala Krishen
However, research on virtual events and virtual event quality (VEQual) is still in its infancy and has lagged behind, resulting in a lack of understanding of the concept and its measurement.  ...  In Study 1, multiple dimensions and items of the VEQual scale are explored and generated through an extensive review of the literature and in-depth interviews with 20 virtual event attendees and providers  ...  were published in tourism and hospitality literature from 2000-2015.  ... 
doi:10.34917/25374048 fatcat:tvw4fdc67zg7bkeddi5vxtezrq

Occupational stress and work-life balance in UK academics [article]

Gail Francis Kinman, UH Research Archive, UH Research Archive
A model that combined generic and job-specific job demands, working practices, supportive features of the working environment, and over-commitment predicted a considerable proportion of the variance in  ...  and job satisfaction, and worthy of further investigation.  ...  ) feasible.  ... 
doi:10.18745/th.14325 fatcat:lsnkbzirtnarlcguslospoiyri

Repaying the Debts, Remaking the World: Hoa Hao Buddhist Charity as Vernacular Development in Vietnam's Mekong Delta [article]

Thanh Vo, University, The Australian National
The thesis draws upon a year's ethnographic research in a network of Hoa Hao localities in the Mekong delta undertaken in 2016 and 2018.  ...  In a context of anomie, incertitude and rapid social change, Hoa Hao charitable workers have helped to build social cohesion, secure communities and overcome mistru [...]  ...  In domestic academia, very few studies of Hoà Hảo Buddhism have been conducted in situ in Hoà Hảo localities.  ... 
doi:10.25911/5f7c39e2df084 fatcat:i4q6grpx4bf5haxhrwwvabghwq