These decisions were only compounded as Gary tried to cover the unethical decisions that were made in the preliminary stages of the project. Gary’s lack of project management experience was obvious throughout the project and he failed to understand that the ultimate responsibility lied on his shoulders as the project manager even though it was under Henry Larsen’s encouragement. The problems that were created due to the bad decisions in the beginning could have been
Interpretivist sociologists would choose to not use lab experiments because they lack ecological validity as they are conducted within an environment that is artificial to the participant. This means that the results don’t reflect true-life behaviour because of both the environment they conducted the task in, and the nature of the task wasn’t true to real life and can also be said to not be generalisable to a population because of their small sample sizes in which lab experiments are conducted. Furthermore, participants might have been aware that they were being studied and so might not act normally, which is called the Hawthorne effect. Another reason why interpretivist sociologists don’t choose to use lab experiments is that they say human behaviour cannot be measured or explained in terms of cause and effect, and instead humans act in terms of feeling, choices and also individual motives. Society doesn’t lend itself to be studied in a laboratory and this is because it is so complex and cannot be artificially created.
The halo effect :when the first impression is the main tool used to conduct an evaluation a lot of other valuable information is overlooked and not applied to the evaluation and that can make it meaningless and inaccurate . Similar to me errors refers to when workers tend to judge each other more favorably due to the fact that they have a lot in common and it can cause the evaluator to use erronous information to make his evaluation it create many problems in the evaluation process Consensus tendencies happens when the evaluator bases his evalution on past work history and do not take the time to truly do the work required.This is a very dangerous error that occurs a lot and is not reliable the evaluator must make sure the information he is using is accurate and up to date with the worker' s current performance . Section G Performance appraisals are another way employers can greatly improve employee morale, optimize production goals and engage in viable employee feedback to workers. Employer can ensure positive results from performance appraisals when they improve the techniques used to evaluate their employees. Aiding in training upper management in training
This also shows that situation can have an effect on behavior but it also shows that, to an extent, it could just be the fact that there was an authority figure there that altered their behavior rather than the situation. A weakness of the social approach is that many experiments are unethical in how they are performed. This is a bad thing because it could physically harm the PPS or cause major trauma in the long run. An example of this is Milgrams study. This study broke every single ethical guideline except for the fact that they had a thorough debrief.
Some employers think that people with learning disabilities cannot be independent and would not be able to keep a job. People that stereotype others are at a disadvantage as they ignore the diversity within a group and convey negative vibes and attitudes; Sutton & Stewart (2008), state that ‘stereotyping allows no room for individuality, and is generally negative. It stems from our deeply embedded, and often condition, conviction about others, and may be due to fear or lack of understanding about people different to ourselves. In a counselling setting, this would cause harm to the client and damage the relationship between the counsellor and the client as is suggested by Sutton & Stewart (2008), ‘stereotyping can have a damaging effect on the therapeutic alliance. To remain neutral, and to prevent putting barriers in the way, counsellors need to listen to themselves carefully for any signs of ‘putting their client into a niche`.
In 1947, President Truman had 3 million federal employees investigated for being security risks... anyone with “moral weaknesses” such as alcoholism or homosexuality, were fired. But there were actual communist supporters, like Alger Hiss, former state department official who was consorting with a communist spy in 1949. This only continued to heighten American’s fears of the enemy within... and communism taking over the country. Again, similarly to the first Red Scare the most anti-communist paranoia at home increased after the war ended, as people needed something to focus that partiotism on. One thing they didn’t have in the First Red Scare was Joseph McCarthy.
 Of the four mentioned, I would have to put myself in the compliants category at this time. Compliants are people who allow others to violate their personal boundaries, mainly because they don’t want to “hurt others’ feelings,” consequently, compliants have a tough time saying no to people, even when the request for time or attention is out of line or too demanding. Saying “No” is becoming a real issue, especially in light of taking classes at this time. Which of the three would you say you have had the most success incorporating in your life? Great leaders are great managers…not just managers of projects or other people but mostly of themselves.
Some may see Holden’s fantasy of preserving innocence as nothing but a fool’s errand that only leads to madness, but it is also arguably a noble one. Holden loses out because he seems to dwell too heavily and is far too caught up with the ugly truths of things. Everything seems to depress the hell out of him, in his own words, even if the situation does not directly involve him at all. In a sense, he is way too empathetic for his own good. Relating this to ourselves, if we are perpetually immersing ourselves into the problems of the world and feeling everything around us, we would hardly be able to get anything done, like how Holden can’t even seem to bring himself to get into school.
Society’s reasons are also often scientific. Loneliness is dangerous, is the generally agreed idea. Time spent alone is also time where she cannot control the patients, where there could think and maybe come to question her system. She clearly does not want that! McMurphy is delighted to ridicule her.
The atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima Japan, eventually killing over 170,000 people in Hiroshima alone. Three days later a second atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki which eventually claimed the lives of over 80,000 people. This incredible weapon was only possible thanks to experimentation and government spending to make sure we had a weapon that would outmatch any opponent, and it was well worth it. Thus eventually concluding World War Two. Now there are obvious reasons why the government would want to cut military spending, and the obvious reason is expense.