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Tony loves programming. He was on the ground level of the computer revolution. This year his boss has set personal goals for each of the programmers, one of which includes a presentation from each programmer about a porject. Thony is very annoyed because he has a tremendous amount of work to do and he will have to spend the weekend, his personal time, preparing the persentation. Taking into account self-determination thory, why did his manager's goals and the presentation reduce Tony's ...
Weegy: The answer is B. The self-imposed goal increases his sense of competence, causing the intrinsic motivation to suffer. Thank you for using Weegy. User: Gledon has a degree in business and worked for 2 years at an intrnational firm in Spain. When the firm suffered cutbacks and gleandon retured home, he took a job at a nonprofit agency mentoring at0 risk spanish speaking children. Glendon earns a third of what he earned in the business owkrd, but hs decided that his new goal is to acquire a larger case load and continue to use his Spanish to help people. Which theory explains why Glendon is happy with a much smaller external reward for his work? (More)
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• In what ways does the Linux® setuid feature differ from the setuid feature in standard UNIX®? In what ways is the Linux® implementation preferred?
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