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CONCORDIACOMM 222Barbara RedaWinter

COMM 222 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Self-Determination, Expectancy Theory, Belongingness

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CONCORDIACOMM 222Tony BongiornoWinter

COMM 222 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Charismatic Authority, Transformational Leadership, Transactional Leadership

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The influence that particular individuals exert on the goal achievement of others in an organizational context. Leadership is about motivating people a
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CONCORDIACOMM 222Barbara RedaWinter

COMM 222 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Externals, Observational Learning, Extraversion And Introversion

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Stable set of characteristics that determine how you act & interact with your environment. People have stable traits that influence their behavior. Wea
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CONCORDIACOMM 222John VongasWinter

COMM 222 Chapter 3: Ch3Read-Only.docx

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Chapter 3: which of the following statements most accurately defines perception, perception is the tendency to generalize about people and ignore varia
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CONCORDIACOMM 222Tony BongiornoWinter

COMM 222 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Goal Setting, Motivation, Expectancy Theory

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The extent to which persistent effort is directed toward a goal: the person works hard, keeps at his or her work, and directs his or her behaviour towa
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CONCORDIACOMM 222Barbara RedaWinter

COMM 222 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Social Loafing, Job Performance, Role Conflict

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Group - two or more people interacting interdependently to achieve a common goal. Formal work group - established by organization to facilitate org. go
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CONCORDIACOMM 222Tony BongiornoWinter

COMM 222 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: User Friendly, Whistleblower, Creative Accounting

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Ethics can be defined as systematic thinking about the moral consequences of decisions. Moral consequences can be framed in terms of the potential for
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CONCORDIACOMM 222Barbara RedaWinter

COMM 222 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Discrepancy Theory, Nonconformist, Absenteeism

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Values: preferring certain states of affairs over others. Basically, we judge some situations/people as good and others as bad. They signal how we beli
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CONCORDIACOMM 222Tony BongiornoWinter

COMM 222 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Dispositional Attribution, Selective Perception, Fundamental Attribution Error

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Perceiver, a target that is being perceived, and some situational context in which the perception is occurring. Perceiver (employee) (work context) tas
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CONCORDIACOMM 222Barbara RedaWinter

COMM 222 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Reinforcement, Positive Affectivity, Negative Affectivity

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Personality - relatively stable set of psychological characteristics that influences the way an individual interacts with his or her environment. Dispo
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CONCORDIACOMM 222Barbara RedaWinter

COMM 222 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Stereotype, Stereotype Threat, Dispositional Attribution

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Interpretation of the information we get from our 5 senses, which is used to make sense of our environment. All of which provide info about a target. T
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CONCORDIACOMM 222Tima Petrushka- BordanWinter

COMM 222 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Job Performance, Reinforcement, Observational Learning

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Learning is a relatively permanent change in immediate or potential behaviour resulting from practice or experience. Four primary categories of what we
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