analyze the issue that is currently taking place and being reported in the news or that has recently taken place (within the previous year), and that involves concepts in the OB (organizational behavior) course covered in this course. The paper should include the following:
A concise summary of the issue.
An analysis of 3 OB concepts ( the concepts I choose are stereotyping/discrimination/ power/persuasion/ involved in the situation(I have attached each class below). Apply the appropriate concepts and think critically about the way in which this situation does or does not illustrate the theories and research that you have learned about.
2 recommendations (solutions) based on what you think can help this issue.
Analyze how the parties i(government, media) involved could perform more effectively.
areikura looked down as Marino walked over to her, kneeling next to where she was laying on the bed. He took her hand softly. “It’s okay. I’m okay,” Mareikura said, jutting her chin out slightly as she tried to be strong. She pulled her silky dyed brunette hair off of her face and tucked it behind her ears. “You don’t have to be strong all the time,“ Marino said in a tone as every bit as soft as the hair Mareikura had pulled away from her face. “It’s okay that you’re feeling this way. Is there anyway you can contact your dad?” She shook her head. “No. Mum doesn’t know how to contact him and he changed his first and name. I haven’t heard anything about him since I was 13.” “I think you should maybe talk to your mum about it and see if she can help you find him.” She leaned forward, gripping Marino’s hands even tighter. Her small fingers laced around his bigger ones and the heat emitted off of them. “Thank you for everything. You’ve always been there for me.” – It was a few hours later and her mum had picked Mareikura up from school. Mareikura had rung her mum up earlier about wanting to contact her dad for closure. “So how are you and Marino going?” Aroha didn’t wait for an answer. “He is a very good catch and treats you well which is lovely.” “Yeah it’s going fabulous,” Mareikura said in a mocking tone. She knew that her mum was trying to postpone the conversation about her dad but she wasn’t going to let that happen. She just wanted to cut right to the chase. “Anyway, you know what I wanted to talk to you about. I wanna talk to you about dad.” “I don’t think that’s such a good idea…” her mum trailed off wearily. “I get that he hurt us and I don’t forgive him, I just want some closure,” Aroha stared ahead at the country roads ahead of them. “Please mum, can you help me find his contact details?” “No. I don’t have to,” she stated simply. Mareikura’s eyebrows furrowed. “You’re not even going to try and help you” “I don’t have to help…because I already have his phone number.” “What?!” She exclaimed. “How?” “He rang me up on guy fawkes day, he wanted to see how you were but he was really really drunk. He wasn’t in a good mindset. I didn’t want him to ruin your day, you were so happy!” “I can’t believe you didn’t tell me! I deserved to know!” “I’m sorry, I just didn’t want you to get hurt,” her mum pleaded, her fingers shaking slightly on the steering wheel. “You’ve always done this! You think I’m some stupid kid. Well guess what, mum>GET ANSWER