Sociometric Mapping for Predictive Performance Analysis: The Measurement of Attitudes of Social Acceptance or Rejection through Expressed Preferences among Members of a Social Grouping

Hathaway, John P (2018) Sociometric Mapping for Predictive Performance Analysis: The Measurement of Attitudes of Social Acceptance or Rejection through Expressed Preferences among Members of a Social Grouping. Universal Journal of Psychology, 5 (6). 253 -261. ISSN 2332-3485

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Abstract

The level of group acceptance or rejection through Sociometric preferences was measured and correlated to the Summative performance of a small class of post graduate students studying Human Resource Management. Acceptance above the average score for the social atom indicated a better performing student, whereas students with low acceptance scores were struggled to achieve. No student achieving above average Sociometric preference scores failed, while 30% struggled to achieve pass marks. Additional contributing factors such as ethnicity illustrated areas for further investigation within the research. The central thesis was confirmed and Sociometric performance scores offer scope for the development of praxis into predictive performance analysis

Item Type: Article
Keywords: Sociometry, Social Atom Theory, Post Graduate, Achieving, Predicting Performance
Depositing User: RED Unit Admin
Date Deposited: 03 Dec 2018 11:21
Last Modified: 24 Apr 2019 12:15
URI: http://bucks.repository.guildhe.ac.uk/id/eprint/17617

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