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Breaking them in or eliciting their best? Reframing socialization around newcomers’ authentic self-expression

From Administrative Science Quarterly Socialization theory has focused on enculturating new employees such that they develop pride in their new organization and internalize its values. Organizational socialization is the process by which an individual acquires the values, expected behaviors, and … Continue reading

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Social antecedents and consequences of gender-sport stereotypes during Adolescence

From Psychology of Women Quarterly Adolescence is a key period with regard to choices involving both vocational orientations and extracurricular activities. Social psychologists advance that these decisions are partly influenced by stereotypes. More particularly, young women’s and men’s choices could … Continue reading

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