The results of pairwise comparison in Table 2 show that there were significant differences in perceived pressure between MC1 and MC3 (the difference in the two means is .547, p < .05), and between MC2 and MC4 (the difference of the two means is .712, p < .01), suggesting that under the same context, regardless of whether or not the organization releases the list of donors and amount of donations, different organizers exert significantly different levels of pressure on employees.
As shown in Table 3, there was a significant difference in employees' donation intention between MC2 and MC4 (the difference of means is -0.817, p < .05), whereas MC1 and MC3 showed no significant difference.
As shown in Table 3, employees' donation intention in MC4 was significantly different from MC1 and MC2.
Specifically, perceived pressure sequentially decreases in the four mobilization contexts from MC1 to MC4, whereas donation intention rises sequentially from MC1 to MC4.
In addition to its many facets, the MC1 gets high marks for its 2-inch color LCD screen.
In addition, the MC1 has standard RCA-style stereo audio inputs.
The MC1 offers a choice of five different modes: HQ, HSP, SP, LP, and SLP.
The MCI's LCD screen allows for easy viewing and editing, so that six hours of footage can be cut down to just one concise presentation, The MC1 also provides a preview menu option for double-checking the recorded content before burning the disc.
The MC1 failure was out of my mind completely and out of my scan.
I glanced at the DDI for any warnings and cautions--nothing there but the MC1 failure.
Then it dawned on me: The most significant effect of an MC1 failure is the loss of all aural tones and nearly all DDI warnings and cautions, including the bingo aural warning and the low-fuel warning.