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Richard L. Daft
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Richard L. Daft
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Textbook Problem

For each of the following questions, circle the answer that best describes you.

If someone in your family were homosexual, you would:

a. View this as a problem and try to change the person to a heterosexual orientation.

b. Accept the person as a homosexual with no change in feelings or treatment.

c. Avoid or reject the person.

Summary Introduction

To Determine:

If I would tolerate a homosexual person in the family.

Introduction:

Tolerance − The ability to handle any behavior that is not in accordance with what one generally prefers or is used to.

Explanation

Given Information:

Accepting a homosexual person.

  1. Consider this as a problem and try to change the person.
  2. Accept the person as he/she is
  3. Reject or avoid the person

A homosexual person is another human being like me with a slightly different characteristic. I would not like to change any person according to my likes or dislikes. The same goes with this homosexual person too...

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