Peer pressure

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  • Academic Listening Encounters: Life in Society develops students’ listening and note-taking skills using a variety of recorded materials, including both informal interviews and formal classroom lectures. These engaging materials introduce students to stimulating topics in sociology, such as peer pressure, gender roles, and the influence of the media. They also provide plentiful opportunities for speaking and discussion activities. An Audio CD with the lecture portion of the audio program is included with the book to provide extra listening practice.

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  • This paper examines how the effort choices of workers within the same firm interact with each other, and how this interaction depends on the technology of production. In contrast to the existing literature, we focus on showing how the effort choice of one worker can affect the effort choices of his co-workers based purely on income-maximizing considera- tions, rather than relying on behavioral explanations such as peer pressure, shame, etc.

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  • Tham khảo sách 'boy’s guide to becoming a teen', y tế - sức khoẻ, y học thường thức phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • For example, a mecha- nism based on behavioral considerations like peer pressure or shame predicts that a high level of effort by one worker will induce other workers to increase their effort level, or that alowereffort by one worker causes other workers to follow suit. We refer to both of these cases as a “positive interaction” in the sense that a change in effort by one worker causes others to change their effort in the same direction.

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  • This paper examines how the effort choices of workers within the same firm interact with each other. In contrast to the existing literature, we show that workers can affect the productivity of their co-workers based on income maximization considerations, rather than relying on behavioral considerations such as peer pressure, social norms, and shame. Theoretically, we show that a worker’s effort has a positive effect on the effort of co-workers if they are complements in production, and a negative effect if they are substitutes.

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  • Follow-up action on the gender audit’s recommendations is crucial and this is where the ownership of the audit by the Work Unit/Offi ce is important in advocating, intervening and scaling up action. Often a gender audit works as an entry point for discussing wider substantive and operational concerns.

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