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|Title:||The Study of Positive Pygmalion Condition, Coworker's Working Attitude and the Soldier's Prejudice Change|
Positive Pygmalion condition;partner's working attitude;prejudice
|Issue Date:||2018-06-15 15:51:35 (UTC+8)|
Prejudice is everywhere in our life. There is no exception in the military. The researcher thought that positive Pygmalion condition and the partner's positive working attitude might reduce the prejudice among soldiers. Therefore, in order to analyze the question above, the researcher used a questionnaire to understand the volunteer soldiers' and the conscript soldiers' thoughts about each other; explored whether the volunteer soldiers and the conscript soldiers could change their prejudice or not under the positive Pygmalion condition and analyzed whether the volunteer soldiers and the conscript soldiers would change their prejudice because of their partner's work attitude under the positive Pygmalion condition. The subjects were 173 soldiers at basic level companies. The researcher used “quasi-experimental designs” and assigned subjects to one of six situations based on their pretest scores. The result showed: 1. Most of the soldiers reduced their cognitive prejudice, but increased negative emotions after treatment. 2. The conscript soldiers' prejudice regarding the volunteer soldiers were higher than the volunteer soldiers' prejudice regarding the conscript soldiers. 3. Positive Pygmalion condition could decrease the soldiers' prejudice regarding each other. 4. Under positive Pygmalion condition, the partner's working attitude could decrease or increase the soldiers' prejudice. 5. In general, the changing direction of the soldiers' cognitive prejudice and affective prejudice was different.
|Relation:||復興崗學報 Fu Hsing Kang Academic Journal, No.107, pp.83-122|
|Appears in Collections:||[Department of Education] Periodical Articles|
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