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Cultural universals are elements of culture that: A.have always been part of U.S. culture. B.have diffused from the United States to other countries. C.have come to the United States from elsewhere. D.are part of every known culture.
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Cultural universals are elements of culture that are part of every known culture.
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Wrong-doing, such as an adult forcing a child to engage in sexual activity, is an example of violating cultural: A.mores. B.symbols. C.folkways. D.control.
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D)mores.
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desirae112, please answer in a complete sentence that restates the question and always provide a source to verify the accuracy.

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According to Lenski, the term sociocultural evolution refers to: A.changes brought about by new ways of thinking. B.changes created by ideas coming from other societies. C.change that results from social conflict. D.changes that occur as a society acquires new technology.
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According to Lenski, the term sociocultural evolution refers to changes that occur as a society acquires new technology.
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Compare and contrast the theories of scientific management with that of the human relations management approach.
Weegy: The answer is very long but to give you a brief answer Scientific Management SOPHISTICATION OF MASS PRODUCTION Scientific management. [ According to Henry Ford, the assembly line was based on three simple principles: "the planned, orderly, and continuous progression of the commodity through the shop; the delivery of work instead of leaving it to the workman's initiative to find it; an analysis of operations into their constituent parts." A scientific approach to these principles, the next logical step in the organization of work, had already been enunciated by the American industrial engineer Frederick W. Taylor (1856-1915). From his work an entirely new discipline- industrial engineering or scientific management- emerged, in which the managerial functions of planning and coordination were elevated to a primary position in the productive process. In Taylor's view, the task of factory management was to determine the best way for the worker to do the job, to provide the proper tools and training, and to provide incentives for good performance. Taylor broke each job down into its constituent motions, analyzed these to determine which were essential, and timed the workers with a stopwatch. With superfluous motion eliminated, the worker, following a machinelike routine, became much more productive. In some cases, Taylor recommended a further division of labour, delegating some tasks, such as sharpening tools, to specialists. (see also Index: time-and-motion study) These studies were complemented by two of Taylor's contemporaries in the United States, Frank B. and Lillian M. Gilbreth, whom many management engineers credit with the invention of motion studies. In 1909 the Gilbreths, studying the task of bricklaying, concluded that much motion was wasted by the worker in reaching down to pick up each brick. They devised an easily adjusted scaffold that eliminated stooping and improved average work performance from 120 to 350 bricks per hour. ] (More)
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rhovy06: Again, you are not answering the question that the user asked. Please be sure to read the question that they are asking thoroughly and give them a complete answer. If it's not an answer you feel capable of answering in it's entirety you are always welcome to pass it to another expert. Never feel like you have to answer anything beyond your comfort zone. :)
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Determine whether there is one best approach to management, or if managers should adopt a variety of management approaches. Provide your rationale.
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Please don't copy and paste without citing your source. You should also summarize and make sure you are directly answering the question.
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