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attraction-selection-attrition model

(ASA model) A theory holding that: (1) individuals are attracted to organizations whose members are similar to themselves in terms of personality, values, interests, and other ...

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A Dictionary of Business and Management (6 ed.)

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Current Version:
2016
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Social sciences, Business and Management
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100 words

...-selection-attrition model ( ASA model ) A theory holding that: (1) individuals are attracted to organizations whose members are similar to themselves in terms of personality, values, interests, and other attributes; (2) organizations are more likely to select those who possess knowledge, skills, and abilities similar to the ones their existing members possess; and (3) over time, those who do not fit in well are more likely to leave. Owing to these three factors, the personal characteristics of those who work for an organization are likely to...

attraction-selection-attrition model

attraction-selection-attrition model  

(ASA model)A theory holding that: (1) individuals are attracted to organizations whose members are similar to themselves in terms of personality, values, interests, and other attributes; (2) ...
ASA model

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A Dictionary of Business and Management (6 ed.)

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2016
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Social sciences, Business and Management
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7 words

...model Abbreviation for attraction-selection-attrition model...

Insurance

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Robin Pearson, Atle Thowsen, Robin Pearson, Paul Johnson, Noel Whiteside, Noel Whiteside, and Patricia M. Thane

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History

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2005
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Social sciences, Economics
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16,662 words
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...standard practice by 1870 , helped by the presence of tariff organizations. In Britain, from the 1840s, formal collusion over tariffs in an increasing range of markets kept prices higher than they might have been, while repeated waves of corporate takeovers ensured a high attrition rate among new entrants to the market (elsewhere collusion was hampered by fragmented markets, by the opposition of state authorities, and by the public insurance offices). Everywhere there was a trend to combine, not just for price and product regulation but also for fire...

Italy

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Medieval Warfare and Military Technology

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2010
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History, Military History, Social sciences, Warfare and Defence
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40,841 words
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...Storia e archeologia , provides a useful overview of the encastellation of Italy in this period and of developments in fortifications afterward; other work on castles and military architecture is too extensive to deal with here). As in later years, states waged wars of attrition, burning harvests and buildings throughout the countryside. The raids, reminiscent of the chevauchées in France, sometimes culminated in the siege of a castle or fortified city, which was the next most typical type of offensive campaign. Armies were usually contracted for the...

Germany

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Medieval Warfare and Military Technology

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Current Version:
2010
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History, Military History, Social sciences, Warfare and Defence
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34,325 words
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...the events in minute detail and explains the emperor’s strategy of wasting and besieging in terms of the historical context, not only investigating the relationships between military and political strategy but also describing the various phases of a war of siege and attrition. Similar studies on warfare under the Hohenstaufen, dealing, for example, with Frederick II’s conflict with the northern Italian communes, would be a valuable contribution to the history of this era. As an introduction to the history of military technology in the high Middle...

Teacher Commitment to Teaching

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Hasan Hariri and Bambang Sumintono

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Educational Administration

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2021
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Social sciences
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8,098 words
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...as well as prospective teachers, for example, by giving the teaching profession a high-prestige status to enhance its attraction as the best career choice. Acknowledgments Our special thanks go to the editors and the anonymous reviewers for their constructive feedback on this article. Further Reading Frelin, A. , & Fransson, G. (2017). Four components that sustain teachers’ commitment to students: A relational and temporal model . Reflective Practice , 18 (5), 641–654. Hallinger, P. , Hosseingholizadeh, R. , Hashemi, N. , & Kouhsari, M. (2018)....

Mentoring Across Teacher Career Stages

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Beverly J. Irby, Nahed Abdelrahman, and Rafael Lara-Alecio

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Educational Administration

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2021
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Social sciences
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18,308 words
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... Rhodes, W. (2012). Attrition and retention of special education teachers in an urban high school (Doctoral dissertation). Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global (UMI No. 1008916066). Richardson, M. K. (2003). Mentoring and keeping new teachers (Doctoral dissertation). Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global (UMI No. 305226996). Richmond, G. , Dershimer, R. C. , Ferreira, M. , Maylone, N. , Kubitskey, B. , & Meriweather, A. (2017). Developing and sustaining an educative mentoring model of STEM teacher...

Geography and Chronology of the Transition to Agriculture

Geography and Chronology of the Transition to Agriculture   Reference library

Peter Bogucki

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Agriculture and the Environment

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Current Version:
2020
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Science and technology, Environmental Science, Engineering and Technology
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18,620 words
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...This led them to concentrate on the management and eventually domestication of certain high-productivity plant and animal species. An attraction of these models is that they can be proposed without strict geographical boundaries, suggesting that they may be applicable in many situations around the world. Among the strongest proponents of a social approach has been Brian Hayden ( 2009 ) , whose “competitive feasting” model has attracted considerable attention. Hayden proposes that feasting emerged as a way for hunter-gatherers in the process of developing...

Hinduism in America

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Religion in America

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Current Version:
2018
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Religion
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11,496 words

...emerged from inside the devotional communities, and they were only buttressed and fueled by external critiques. In response, ISKCON, in particular, has issued active, corrective institutional measures to address abuses. Many guru movements, however, have experienced rampant attrition in the wake of scandal, with their numbers either dwindling or buoyed by new recruitment and expansion efforts. Even more surprising are the significant populations of devotees who remain devotees, even with the allegations, and justify and rationalize the behavior of their guru...

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