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A Best Practice: Socio-Autobiography. Dr. Ronald K. Bolender Professor of Organizational Leadership Jetter School of Business Mount Vernon Nazarene University. Session Highlights. Purpose Theory Parameters Learning Outcomes. Purpose.

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a best practice socio autobiography

A Best Practice:Socio-Autobiography

Dr. Ronald K. Bolender

Professor of Organizational Leadership

Jetter School of Business

Mount Vernon Nazarene University

session highlights
Session Highlights
  • Purpose
  • Theory
  • Parameters
  • Learning Outcomes
purpose
Purpose

The socio-autobiography best practice is a learning activity to promote students’ awareness of their place in social history.

This awareness will help equip students to understand social change and how values and world views are shaped by one’s social history.

For business majors, this awareness can help in the areas of management and marketing.

theory
Theory

Mills (1959) states that an individual must understand the ramifications of being born into and living within a specific social historical period.

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Theory

When one understands his/her place in social history, one is better able to understand the impact of social forces upon one’s life.

theory2
Theory
  • There are many social factors the shape the unique nature of one’s social history. These include
    • cultural values
    • economics
    • social events
    • political events
    • technology
    • demography characteristic.
theory3
Theory

These factors are not static—rather they are dynamic. However, the state of these factors at the point of early socialization, shape the individual’s perception of the world.

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Theory

The uniqueness of a specific social history is easier to understand when compared and contrasted between two subjects who are at least two generations apart.

parameters
Parameters

Review of Handout

learning outcomes
Learning Outcomes
  • Identify generational differences that have social/business significance.
  • Analyze how organizational processes, products, and services are affected by the identified generational differences.
reference
Reference

Mills, C. W. (1959). The sociological imagination. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

presenter
Presenter

Email: rbolen@mvnu.edu

Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/in/ronaldbolender