This 10 page paper is a research proposal that considers the constructs of organizational behaviors and gender variations in the workplace setting. In particular, this paper integrates a view of group process and female interactions within an organizational structure, and demonstrates the basis for a research project on this subject. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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research project on this subject. Bibliography lists 8 sources. MHOrgWom.rtf The Dynamics of Female Interactions within an Organizational Environment: A Research Proposal Research Compiled
by 10/2001 Please ABSTRACT The central purpose of this study, entitled The Dynamics of
Female Interactions within an Organizational Environment is to demonstrate the way in which gender variations impact behaviors in the organizational setting. This is based on the belief that human
behaviors and human interactions are commonly shaped by cultural and social norms. Expectations regarding the types of behaviors, and gender variations in these behaviors, have been noted by researchers
for some time. As a result, this study is designed to relates the variables of gender and organizational structure as they shape views of communication and group and interpersonal
interactions in the organizational environment. The aims and objectives of this study, then, demonstrate the application of these premises towards the understanding and generalizability of concepts based in group
process. The method for this study is based on a quantitative design that is non-experimental and utilizes a questionnaire survey to specifically determine outcomes that can be
applied to the hypothesis presented. The basic resources for this type of study include the development of a survey instruments and the use of mailings that can promote the
study of a large, random subject population. The projected start date for this study is January 15, 2002, with a 90 day completition date of April 15, 2002.
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION Background of the Problem Human behavior is inextricably linked to attitudes and perspectives, and behaviorists have maintained that attitudes are the central determinant of learned and