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  • Dimensions Of Intellectual Dimension

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    Occupational dimension explains person's satisfaction with his working environment, and occupational development. Physical dimension "recognizes the need of regular physical activity", which includes not only living an active life, but also leading a healthy-lifestyle with its dieting, habits and such supporting rules, as regular medical checking, personal responsibility and care and so on. Social dimension pays attention to the relationships in the community a person lives. The relation is important

  • The Dimensions of Cultural Context

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    The Dimensions of Cultural Context “The cultural context in which human communication occurs is perhaps the most defining influence on human interaction. Culture provides the overall framework in which humans learn to organize their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors in relation to their environment” (1). By going through the five dimensions of the cultural context of Brazil, a lot is revealed about the interesting culture, and gives a better understanding of how Brazilians live. The first dimension

  • Stepping into the Fourth Dimension

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    Stepping into the Fourth Dimension Imagine going to a magic show, where the world’s top ranked magicians gather to dazzle their wide-eyed crowd. Some would walk through jet turbines, others would decapitate their assistants only to fuse them back together, and others would transform pearls into tigers. However, with each of these seemingly impossible stunts, there is always a catch. A curtain will fall momentarily; a door will shut; the lights will go out; a large cloud of smoke will fill

  • The Axiological Dimension of Tolerance

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    The Axiological Dimension of Tolerance ABSTRACT: I contend that tolerance is not the expression of a simple attitude, but constitutes a moral value which penetrates all spheres of social life. My argument assumes that globalization is a fundamental tendency of the contemporary world and that the ideal of such a world cannot be enacted without tolerance. After identifying the constituent elements of this value and its conditions of functioning, we conclude that any reconstruction of human society

  • Hofstede Cultural Dimensions Theory

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    across the globe.” (Summary of Cultural Dimensions Theory 2014). He furthermore developed his initial statement by stating “Management is not a phenomenon that can be isolated from processes taking place in society. It interacts with what happens in the family, at school, in politics, and government.” (Hofstede's Cultural Dimensions: Summary, Forum and Expert Tips 2014). Based on extensive research from 1967 to 1973, Hofstede developed the cultural dimension theory is a framework for cross-cultural

  • Hofstede?s Value Dimensions

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    Hofstede's value's system Dimensions of Values The affect the four dimensions, Power Distance, Uncertainty avoidance, Masculine/femininity and Individual v. Collectivism have on organzational behavior shows in all cultures and cross cultures. As with power distance when dealing with other cultures you have to adapt your company values to that of the society in which you live and the people that you employ and the public that you deal with. In organizational behavior you have to be able to adapt

  • Macbeth's Evil Dimension

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    Macbeth's Evil Dimension Can the audience fully appreciate the depth of evil presented in the tragic drama Macbeth by William Shakespeare? This essay explores the various aspects of evil from beginning to end of the drama. D. F. Bratchell in Shakespearean Tragedy delineates the specific type of evil within the tragedy: Long regarded as a profound vision of evil, Macbeth differs from the other Shakespearean tragedies in that the evil is transferred from the villain to the hero;

  • The Tesseract and the Fourth Dimension

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    polygon existing in the fourth dimension. For over two centuries mathematicians have been thinking about the fourth dimension. It was during this time that Möbius discovered the unique properties of a two dimensional strip when twisted into three dimensional space. Charles Hinton was a mathematician in the mid 1800s who was interested in what objects existing in the fourth dimension may look like. He wrote an article in New Era of Thought entitled 'What is the fourth dimension?' in which he theorized ways

  • The Essential Dimensions of Classical Management

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    The essential dimensions of classical management were based on a closed system view of organisation; that is, essential dimensions emphasised on a mechanical structure of control. So the essential dimensions of classical management break down to a set of four rigid and formal guidelines:  Bureaucratic forms of control  Narrow supervisory span  Closely prescribed roles  Clear and formal definitions of procedures, which means areas of specialisation and hierarchical

  • The AIDS Quilt: Another Dimension

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    The AIDS Quilt: Another Dimension "Jones originally envisioned the AIDS quilt as a message that would call upon the conscience of the nation." (Sturken 186) "The AIDS quilt raises the question of the purpose of mourning. For whom do we mourn when we mourn? The foregrounding of the needs of the living and the creation of a community through the quilt point to mourning not simply as a process for remembering the dead and marking the meaning and value of their lives but also an attempt to create