Gender Differences in Organized Settings: Prosocial and Antisocial

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Gender Differences in Organizational Settings: Prosocial or Antisocial
The premise of our research centered around the differences in prosocial and antisocial behaviors depending on the gender. According to Afolabi in his “Roles of Personality Types, Emotional Intelligence and Gender Differences on Prosocial Behavior” article, he examines the five primary personality factors: extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism, and openness coupled with specific gender differences on prosocial behavior. His cross-sectional survey was designed to gather information from a group of randomly selected students attending undergrad. Responding to a specific questionnaire with four sections, five different hypotheses were tested. Ultimately, “the results showed that there were significant relationships between the variables of study. The first step in the hierarchical regression showed that the independent and joint contributions of age, gender, religion and educational level were not significant” (Afolabi, 2013). In Teller and Thomson’s article, “Gender Differences of Shoppers in the Marketing and Management of Retail Agglomerations,” there is specific and detailed analysis of the role gender plays in perception of retail groups and discusses the consequences of differentiating sex for management and marketing. 2,151 shoppers were surveyed using interviewer-administered questionnaires and then a structural equation model revealed “accessibility, parking, and…

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