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Synonyms for orientation

Synonyms for orientation

one's place and direction relative to one's surroundings

Synonyms for orientation

position or alignment relative to points of the compass or other specific directions

a predisposition in favor of something

a person's awareness of self with regard to position and time and place and personal relationships

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a course introducing a new situation or environment

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The ruling "sends a clear message to employers: It is against the law to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation," Gregory Nevins (http://www.
He said failure to recognize discrimination based on sexual orientation is a form of sex discrimination "would make the statute anachronistic, just as interpreting the Sherman Act by reference to its 19th century framers' understanding of completion and monopoly would make the Sherman Act anachronistic.
Enjoyment is associated with the motivation to continue participating in a sport, and a task orientation is related to increased enjoyment in sport (Atkins, Johnson, Force, & Petrie, 2015).
The purpose of this study was to focus on college hockey players' goal orientation and the athletes' enjoyment in college hockey at the Division II level.
It has been reported that private university business schools show great attention towards market orientation as compared to public university business schools (Webster et al, 2005).
But there are very few studies addressing the students retention and research performance relationship with market orientation in higher education institutions.
More complex extruded shapes with varying cross-sections can result in non-uniform velocity across the profile, resulting in unbalanced orientation that's very difficult to eliminate, requiring post-extrusion heat treating to stabilize the shape.
Changes can be made in the die design to balance the velocity and the resulting orientation across the cross-section as the polymer passes through the die-gap exit.
The third part of the questionnaire consists of religious orientation inventory originally developed by Allport and Ros (1967) and revised by Gorsuch and Venable (1983).
This shows that students skill of social information process is significant and direct correlated with their intrinsic religious orientation.
There are studies which established links between new employee orientation and other HRM practices.
Acevedo and Yancey (2011) argued that although western organizations are revamping their orientation programs, western culture still seems to foster a mediocre orientation process.
Task and Ego Orientation in Sport Questionnaire (TEOSQ-, Duda and Nicholls, 1992) was used to measure individual differences in the tendency to identify with ego and task motivational goals within the sport setting.
Subsequently, strategic orientation has a determining impact on the type and character of the strategy utilized by the organization.
Thus, we can consider market orientation as a business philosophy that conducts competitive strategies of organizations.