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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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Goal orientations of young male ice hockey players and their parents.
Goal orientations, perceptions of aggression, and sportspersonship in elite male youth ice hockey players.
The current study examines the relationship between social intelligence and religious orientations of university students in Pakistani context.
Data demonstrate that the mean scores showing students' intrinsic, extrinsic personal and extrinsic social religious orientations are 3.64, 4.17 and 2.90 respectively.
Self-efficacy is another factor which could be related to athletes' goal orientations. It refers to an individual*s beliefs that he or she can succeed at a particular type of task (Bandura, 1997a).
In the last decades, goal orientations have been examined in their relationship with other variables that could possibly contribute to athletic performance (Duda, 1989; van de Polet al., 2012; van de Pol and Kavussanu, 2011; Boardley and Kavussanu, 2010; Behzadi et al., 2011).
The effects of strategic orientations on technology and market-based breakthrough innovations, Journal of Marketing 69: 42-60.
The reasons for the low innovativeness of SMEs often lie in the lack of a systematic approach to strategic management--strategic orientation.
"The relationships between market orientation and alternative strategic orientations A meta-analysis".
(2006), "Entrepreneurial, market and learning orientations and international entrepreneurial business venture performance in South African firms".
More recent research provides empirical evidence for relationships between social orientations and adaptive motivational outcomes in the physical domain (e.g., Allen, 2003; Gam, Ware, & Solmon, 2011; Hodge, Allen, & Smellie, 2008; Stuntz & Weiss, 2009).
To date, only a few studies have empirically examined the relationship between social orientations and moral variables in sport (Sage & Kavussanu, 2007; Stuntz & Weiss, 2003).
Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago, sitting en banc, ruled 8-3 discrimination based on sexual orientation is sex discrimination, overturning.
An often-overlooked initiative that can add value and create effective workforce educated in the organizational goals is a new employee orientation program (Westwood & Johnson, 2008).
The objective of this paper is to assess the relationships between market orientation and strategic behavior at high-tech companies.
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