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dress code

Overview page. Subjects: Human Resource Management — Media Studies.

1. Explicit rules for how people may and may not dress in a specific context, specified by those with ownership and/or control of that location. Usually associated with ‘formal...

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mass consumption

Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies — Human Resource Management.

Is the purchase of standardized products or services by large numbers of customers. Traditionally, it has been associated with mass production and the techniques of Fordism. However, some...

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post-Fordism

Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies — Human Resource Management.

Compare Fordism.

1. Production based on relatively small units providing specialized goods or services for segmented markets; closely...

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power distance

Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies — Human Resource Management.

Is one of the attributes of national cultures identified by Geert Hofstede. It refers to the degree to which members of a group or organization accept an uneven distribution of power...

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primacy effect

Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies — Human Resource Management.

Is the tendency for a person to be influenced by the first things they see or hear. So in a situation such as a selection interview, first impressions can have a disproportionate impact....

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selective perception

Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies — Human Resource Management.

Is the tendency for all people to take more notice of things, events, ideas, and so forth that interest them. Normally, this is a useful means of making sense of the world, but it can...

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