Human Resource Management : An Effective Teacher And Hr Practitioners

924 Words Dec 1st, 2015 4 Pages
Every author writes very differently. Some choose to put in metaphors while others choose to use run on sentences. In the trade publication, the vocabulary was not “everyday” vocabulary nor was it jargon. Instead it was easy to understand vocabulary for the target audience of college students and adults in human resources. For example, in the trade publication Ramirez (2012) stated, “One feminine trait that may lead women to be effective teachers and HR practitioners is their natural proclivity to nurture. Not only does this attribute make women better at helping a group of people optimize their performance, it also enables them to effectively manage the interpersonal conflicts that encroach on the workplace” which was the most mature vocabulary filled sentence in the entire article. The trade article was clearly written for professionals in the industry because not everyone knows what proclivity, attribute or encroach mean. But readers are most likely to be professionals in the industry and to be in human resource management, you must have a college education. Meanwhile, in the scholarly article, there was an increase in the use of jargon, which is normally used by a particular profession or group and is difficult for others to understand. Heller (2011) stated that, “The ‘glass ceiling effect’ argues that women face a barrier at one specific point in their careers. However, women actually like a labyrinth” but not everyone knows what the glass ceiling effect or what a…
Open Document