discussion

First, take two of the Harvard Project Implicit (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. tests by going to the website then continue as a “guest.” After taking two of the tests, read through the material under the “Education” tab.

Respond to at least two of your classmates’ initial posts throughout the week by noting how their perspective is the same or different than yours. Each of your responses should be at least 100 words long. Both your initial post and your responses should refer both to your own experience and to content from readings, media, or websites.

Responses Checklist:

  • Did you respond to two or more classmates throughout the week?
  • Did you use scholarly resources to support your work?
  • Did you discuss each area in the instruction and Grading Rubric?
  • Did you use APA?

Classmates post:

PROJECT IMPLICIT SOCIAL ATTITUDES:

The first test was on social attitudes on sex. When I took the test I have admit I was a little weary. It asked a lot of personal questions. I don’t think I was as forth coming. My results were inconclusive. I think that past history with sex and my view what is seen as inappropriate sexual advances have been tainted because I mostly worked with blue collar men for a good bit of my work career. I worked as a security officer for 15 years. It was not uncommon to hear a gender insensitive joke or an inappropriate advance. I learned not to let it bother me.

The next test was on social attitudes on class. My test concluded that the data accumulated suggest a slight automatic preference for employee over a employer. I agree with the assessment. Even in a authoritative role I still consider myself as a employee. Joseph (2017) explain that relations between employee and employer can often be strained due to an invisible line due to status. This line will always be relevant in the work atmosphere.

Reference:

Joseph, J. (2017). Performance assessment arrangements & justice in employer-employee relations. Indian Journal Of Industrial Relations, (3), 353.

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