cohesiveness


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cohesiveness

[kō′hē·siv·nəs]
(geology)
Property of unconsolidated fine-grained sediments by which the particles stick together by surface forces.
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Luo (2005) further proposed that if the peer group norms encourage impulsive purchasing, then the impulsive purchasing tendency increases with the cohesiveness of the peer group under study.
However, the focus of this research is limited to the effects of hazing on team cohesiveness, as operationally defined by the measures used.
H3a (group x individual-level interaction hypothesis): The positive impact of individual-level satisfaction on organizational commitment is increased (decreased) among groups with high (low) work group cohesiveness.
Still, Trockel's main installation had a sense of cohesiveness that arose in part through the exhibition's structure: five freestanding walls arranged into a broken-up rectangle, which viewers perambulated to encounter five videos projected onto the walls' outward-facing surfaces.
Varying classroom grouping practices (to raise cohesiveness.
Maintain and strengthen group cohesiveness in a joint environment, for effective and efficient global deployment;
I truly believe that Edison has damaged our sense of cohesiveness about public education.
Each of these discussions contains numerous items of interest, but the chapter's lack of cohesiveness leaves the reader somewhat confused as to the principal argument -- which might in fact be one of Midelfort's goals, i.
One of the key factors in the development of a group is cohesiveness (Griffin & Pennscott, 1991).
This paper examines cohesiveness building as a strategy for managing the schools of business during the 21st century.
Such internal disagreements may signal a decline in the cohesiveness of the Concertacion coalition, which has governed Chile since Gen.