Relationship among Organizational Citizenship Behaviours

Abstract Organizational citizenship behaviour is an important factor that “aggregate promotes the effective functioning of the organization” (Organ, 1988). And the job satisfaction is defined to be “a pleasurable or positive emotional state resulting from the appraisal of one’s job or job experiences” (Locke, 1976). Researches have been done to measure the relationship between the…

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Family System

Identifying Information:   Mr. Gil Buckman is 35 year-old European American Man. He is Married with 3 Children living in the home. The Buckman’s are expecting a baby in February. (Grazer & Howard, 1989) Presenting or Identified Problem:   Mr. Buckman is seeking services to help strengthen his family system. His primary concern is that…

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Personal Portrait

Piaget’s theory of Cognitive Most Infants develop motor abilities in the same order and sometimes at the the same age. In this sense, most agree that these abilities are genetically preprogramed with all infants. The environment does paly a role in the development, with an enriched environment often reducing the learning time and impoverishmnet one…

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Divorce and its roots

DIVORCE AND ITS ROOTS DIVORCE. It is only a seven-letter word, but it remains very controversial. It is the legal ending of a marriage in some countries such as Western countries. There are various and complicated reasons for divorce. But these reasons are particular to each couple – to their marital relationship, experiences, as well…

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Resiliency in Homelessness

Problem Statement There is a great deal of research into resilience in children, whether they are housed or homeless. However, there is less research about resilience in adults, whether they are housed or homeless. This does not make sense to me. Children’s well-being, which includes their resilience, is directly correlated with that of the adults…

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