favoritism


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Synonyms for favoritism

favorable or preferential bias

Synonyms for favoritism

an inclination to favor some person or group

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The major reason is the favoritism that exist in the NPA coordinated call-up system.
Azamgarh (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Aug 30 ( ANI ): Responding to the allegations that favoritism was shown in giving Yash Bharti Awards during his tenure, Samajwadi Party leader and former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav on Wednesday said that the Yogi Adityanath-led government too should favour its own people for the Yash Bharti awards.
He also claimed that 70 percent of projects were not operational and the concerned authorities had carried out schemes on basis of favoritism and nepotism.
CHP reveals three lists detailing acts of nepotism, favoritism in state institutions
Gamburg says: "To protect against potential liability for sexual harassment and retaliation claims under federal, state, and local laws, as well as the practical implications associated with favoritism stemming from romantic relationships in the workplace, companies should prohibit sexual relationships between supervisors and direct subordinates.
"This is not favoritism; we were challenged, and this is not walking away from the challenge.''
_: ABSTRACT: The purpose of this study is to identify the impact of Distributive Justice, Recruitment policy on employee's motivation with moderating role of favoritism. Convenient sampling technique was used to collect data.200 Questionnaires were circulated, out of which 106 questionnaires were completed.
In the great majority of empirical studies, researchers have reported that favoritism is related to depression and aggressive behavior in disfavored children.
With Against Fairness (University of Chicago), philosopher Stephen Asma rejects the idea that fairness is morally central and defends the moral theory of favoritism.
Libby, a clinical psychologist who draws from her work with powerful public officials and former favored children in Washington, DC, explores why parents choose favorite children, the long-term effects of this on the child and the rest of the family, the dynamics of favoritism, and how parents can be open and honest about it, make each of their children feel favored, and instill a healthy emotional balance.
He also alleged that there is a lot of favoritism in the sport.
Recently, favoritism among teachers toward some of the other students at the university where I'm a dance major has really begun to bother me.
Of all these unethical behaviors, favoritism takes precedence.
Favoritism is among the most popular topics in educational institutions.
Curtis Perry's study of court favoritism in the period between the mid 1580's and the outbreak of the English Civil War is arranged into seven chapters and an "Afterward" that looks briefly (and revealingly) at Milton's treatment of the subject in Paradise Lost.