personal orientation

personal orientation

1 a continually evolving process in which a person determines and evaluates the relationships that appear to exist between him or her and other people.
2 the assessment of those relationships derived by a person.
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As an actor, it's par for the course to portray a character that is not only outside your realm of experience but also different from your own personal orientation of age, race, religion or culture, Tejeros says.
Studies in Iran and Pakistan (Ghorbani, Watson, & Khan, 2007), India (Kamble, Watson, Marigoudar, & Chen, 2014a), and the United States (Watson, Chen, & Ghorbani, 2014) suggest that the Extrinsic Personal Orientation is largely adaptive, but the Extrinsic Social Orientation is relatively weak and exhibits ambiguous associations with other variables.
Michael is a great example of just how important it is to be respectful of others, he's taught a lot of people here first-hand hat it doesn't matter what your background is, or your personal orientation, we're all on the same team and we all support each other.
Personal orientation eliciting negotiated exchange and the dominance of the economic currency
SHOOTING PREPARATION Depending on your personal orientation, gunshy dogs are pitiful or disgusting.
Interesting, too, is that some languages use absolute directions (compass bearings, for example) rather than points of reference connected to our personal orientation (e.
The helping categories were grouped into three broad clusters: Personal Orientation, Support, and Preparation and Activities Related to Reconnecting With the Labor Market.
The present study used a profile analysis to examine the relationship between corporate organizational levels and reported degree of self-actualizing as measured by the Personal Orientation Inventory for 149 managers and employees spanning four corporate hierarchical levels.
It lacks the personal orientation of Cashman and the promotional corporate orientation of Quinn.
Figure 1 shows the five dimensions related to a system and personal orientation combined as Learning Object Context Profiling Model.
TO ASSESS THE VALUE OF POETRY is no easy task, and, indeed, as for all other "values," poetic value may be deemed a complex though equally simple matter of personal orientation, taste, and enthusiasm.
In a later study, Shilo and Kelly (1992) examined age, gender, counseling approach, and personal orientation toward individualism and collectivism.
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