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An Empirical Research on the Correlation between Human Capital and Career Success: Serbian and Macedonian Banking Sector

mobility: the role of human capital. Chinese Journal of Ergonomics, vol.l4, no3, p.36-40. Greenhaus, J. H., Parasuraman, S., Wormley, W., (1990) Effects of race on organizational experiences, job performance evaluations, and career outcomes , Academy of Management Journal, vol.33, p.64-86. Guo,W., Xiao, H., Yang, X., (2012) An Empirical Research on the Correlation between Human Capital and Career Success of Knowledge Workers in Enterprise, International Conference on Solid State Devices and Materials Science, Faculty of Management and

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Social Representations of Suntanning and Conditional Beach Practices in China

Field of Social Thinking. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 44 (2), 229-247. doi: 10.1111/jtsb.12039 Gaymard, S. (2016). Conditionality and normative models in the field of social thinking. In F. Kathryn J. (Ed.), Social Roles and Social Norms (pp. 1-13). New-York: Nova Science Publishers Inc. Gaymard, S., Boucher, V., Nzobounsana, V., Greffier, F., & Fournela, F. (2013). La perception des piétons par les conducteurs : corrélations entre les données d’un œil électronique et le verbatim des conducteurs/Drivers’ perception of pedestrians

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Sentencing Disparities

, Extraordinary Physical Impairments and Intercircuit Variation Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines , 11 E LDER L.J. 273, 31213 tbl.3, 4 (2004) (finding that in a few districts defendants age 50 and over were more likely to receive downward departures). It could be the negative correlation between older age and severity of penalty is not just about age per se, but a combination of age, infirmity, and physical impairment may lead to an empathetic response. Burrow & Koons-Witt, supra note 124, at 296. The impact of age may also be for the focal concern of future

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Adventures in Higher Education, Happiness, And Mindfulness

is crucial to emphasize this research finds a correlation, and not a causal link, between thriving and favorable gene expression. Dan Pouliot, Mind Over Genetics, and Inaccuracy in Journalism , Sept. 28, 2013, available at http://danpouliot.com/blog/2013/09/mind-over-genetics-and-innaccuracy-in-journalism/ Also, older adults who practice mindfulness are less lonely and have less pro-inflammatory gene expression. J. David Creswell et al., Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Training Reduces Loneliness and Pro-Inflammatory Gene Expression in Older Adults: A

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Fundamental Rights in Early American Case Law: 1789-1859

Commentaries and which most likely comprises the intellectual milieu in which the early judges of America were situated. VII The Statistical Frequency of Specific Rights In this next part we will step back a moment from the individual cases that we have reviewed and look at the specific enumerated fundamental rights mentioned by the courts, their frequency, and their correlation, if any, to the great Anglo-American legal documents: the Magna Carta, the English Bill of Rights, and the American Bill of Rights. We will also note whether the fundamental rights

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A Historical Perspective on Administrative Jurisdiction in Latin America: Continental European Tradition versus U.S. Influence

-cited Article 243 of the Constitution of Cadiz (according to which neither the Cortes nor the King could exercise under any circumstances judicial functions, rule itself competent to hear pending cases or even order “ juicios fenecidos” to be reopened) and Article 242 (according which the courts alone have the power to apply the laws in civil and criminal cases) still have correlations with the provisions of the 19 th Century Latin-American Constitutions of Chile, C ONSTITUCIóN P OLíTICA DE LA R EPúBLICA DE C HILE [C.P.] (1828) art. 85.3; C ONSTITUCIóN P OLíTICA DE

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“To Promote the General Welfare”: Addressing Political Corruption in America

ONATHAN N AGLER , W HO V OTES N OW ?: D EMOGRAPHICS , I SSUES , I NEQUALITY, AND T URNOUT IN THE U NITED S TATES 58-66, 72-76 (2014) (studying the relationship of education and age with voter turnout); M ICHAEL S. L EWIS -B ECK ET AL ., T HE A MERICAN V OTER R EVISITED 92-97 (2008) (reviewing studies and finding positive correlation between eligible voters’ interest in public affairs and the likelihood that they will actually vote); see also Ansolabehere & Hersh, supra note 25, at 456 (noting that people with a bachelor’s degree are more likely to vote

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The Significant Correlation between Self Efficacy and the Role of Islamic Education Teachers as a Society Change Agent

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The role of Islamic education teacher (IET) as society change agent (SCA) requires a strong internal motivation factor. It begins with confidence in self-ability i.e. self-efficacy (SE) in implementing the trust given to them. This study aims to assess the relationship between SE ITE in Malaysia with the role of SCA in society. This quantitative study has involved 1382 IETs in Malaysia. The sampling technique used was cluster sampling and based on random sample selection. The findings show that the SE level of ITE is at high level. But the role of IET as SCA is at less satisfactory level. Furthermore, SE has been identified to have a significant relationship with IET’s role as SCA but was at weak level. The implication is, the study finds that the focus should be on restoring ITE’s mindset about the community’s work and developing the ummah, as well as the 21st century teaching and learning (T&L) skills. In fact, IET needs to be given practical exposure to engage in society through NGOs, surau, mosques, da’wah organization and government agencies.

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An Analysis of the Relationship between Compensation and Employees’ Working Motivation Controlling for Proactive Behavior in Indonesian Hotel Industry

-903. Researchgate (2014). How to choose control variables in partial correlation analysis? https://www.researchgate.net/post/How_to_choose_control_variables_in_partial_correlation_analysis Ryan, R. M. and Deci, E. L. (2000). Intrinsic and extrin-sic motivations: Classic definitions and new directions. Contemporary Educational Psychology , 25:54–67. Sagir, Soeharsono (1985). Motivasi dan Disiplin Kerja karyawan untuk meningkatkan produktivitas dan produksi, Seri Produktivitas II, LSIUP. Skinner, B.F. (1953). Science and human nature. NewYork: Macmillan. In O

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Factors that Condition Seasonality in Farmer`s Employment in Farm, in Income, Sales and Price at Farm Level - for the Apple and Tomato Products

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