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  • 1Human Relations Area Files — The Human Relations Area Files, Inc. (HRAF), located in New Haven, Connecticut is a nonprofit international membership organization with over 300 member institutions in the U.S. and more than 20 other countries. A financially autonomous research… …

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  • 2Human Relations Movement — A school of the sociology of industry originating in the United States before the Second World War, whose influence spread to Britain for a short period after it. Human Relations (often referred to simply as HR) comprised both an academic… …

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  • 3Human-Relations-Bewegung — Der Begriff Mitarbeiterbeziehung bezeichnet einen ökonomischen Denkansatz, der die Mitarbeiter stärker in das Kalkül mit einbezieht. Durch die Folgen des Taylorismus/Fordismus auf Unternehmen und Arbeiter wurden ab etwa 1930 neue Denkansätze in… …

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  • 4human relations theory — An approach to management based on the idea that employees are motivated not only by financial reward but also by a range of social factors (e. g. praise, a sense of belonging, feelings of achievement and pride in one s work). The theory, which… …

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  • 5Human ecology — is an academic discipline that deals with the relationship between humans and their natural, social and created environments. Human ecology investigates how humans and human societies interact with nature and with their environment.Establishing… …

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  • 6Theory of mind — is the ability to attribute mental states beliefs, intents, desires, pretending, knowledge, etc. to oneself and others and to understand that others have beliefs, desires and intentions that are different from one s own.[1] Though there are… …

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  • 7Human resource management — Human Resources Manager redirects here. For the 2010 Israeli film, see The Human Resources Manager. Human Resource Management (HRM, HR) is the management of an organization s employees.[1] While human resource management is sometimes referred to… …

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  • 8Human rights in the People's Republic of China — Human rights in China redirects here. For the non governmental organization, see Human Rights in China (organization). People s Republic of China This article is part of the series: P …

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  • 9Human bonding — refers to the development of a close, interpersonal relationship between family members or friends. [ Webster’s New World College Dictionary © 1996.] Bonding is a mutual, interactive process, and is not the same as simple liking. The term is from …

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  • 10Relations of production — (German: Produktionsverhältnisse ) is a concept frequently used by Karl Marx in his theory of historical materialism and in Das Kapital. Beyond examining specific cases, Marx never defined the general concept exactly. It is evident, though, that… …

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  • 11Human ecosystem — Human ecosystems are complex cybernetic systems that are increasingly being used by ecological anthropologists and other scholars to examine the ecological aspects of human communities in a way that integrates multiple factors as economics, socio …

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  • 12Human geography — is a branch of geography that focuses on the study of patterns and processes that shape human interaction with the environment, with particular reference to the causes and consequences of the spatial distribution of human activity on the Earth s… …

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  • 13Human extinction — is the end of the human species. Various scenarios have been discussed in science, popular culture, and religion (see End time). The scope of this article is existential risks. Humans are very widespread on the Earth, and live in communities… …

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  • 14Theory of Deep Democracy — Theory of Deep DemocracyThe theory of deep democracy makes a distinction between merely formal and deeper forms of democracy. Formal democracy is an important part of deep democracy, but it is merely a beginning or a necessary condition. In order …

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  • 15Human science — (also, humanistic social science, moral science and human sciences) refers to the investigation of human life and activities via a phenomenological methodology that acknowledges the validity of both sensory and psychological experience. It… …

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  • 16Human traffic — Réalisation Justin Kerrigan Acteurs principaux John Simm Lorraine Pilkington Danny Dyer Scénario Justin Kerrigan Musique Matthew Herbert Roberto Mello Décors David Buckingham Costumes …

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  • 17human behaviour — Introduction       the potential and expressed capacity for physical, mental, and social activity during the phases of human life.       Human beings, like other animal species, have a typical life course that consists of successive phases of… …

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  • 18Human rights — Rights Theoretical distinctions Natural and legal rights Claim rights and liberty rights Negative and positive rights Individual an …

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  • 19human rights — fundamental rights, esp. those believed to belong to an individual and in whose exercise a government may not interfere, as the rights to speak, associate, work, etc. [1785 95] * * * Rights that belong to an individual as a consequence of being… …

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  • 20Theory of conjoint measurement — The theory of conjoint measurement (also known as conjoint measurement or additive conjoint measurement) is a general, formal theory of continuous quantity. It was independently discovered by the French economist Gerard Debreu (1960) and by the… …

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