Write an essay on a topic or theme of organizational psychology taken from the Organizational Psychology (OP) syllabus. Structure your essay using the following framework.
- Review the current standard position on your chosen topic by outlining the main points of related academic theory. Your essay should refer to up to date literature. Cite the references you use, observing standard citation conventions. (25%)
- Examine the topic critically from an academic perspective. For example, you are encouraged to highlight and discuss the main points of debate that surround different academic theories relating to the topic. (25%)
- Discuss the extent to which these key theories on this topic are relevant/applicable to an organisation or group of organisations in a country with which you are familiar. Provide specific examples of relevant organisational practice/psychology/behaviour when seeking to discuss the relevance/applicability of these theories to the organisation/s. You may choose to refer to your actual or prospective role in the organization in this aspect of the discussion. (50%)
Christians believe that Demons or fallen angels are enemies of God, but they are defeated enemies. Jesus Christ “disarmed the powers” and “humiliated them in public by displaying them in his triumphal parade” (Colossians 2:15 NIV). While we submit to God and resist the devil, we have nothing to fear. ” for greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world” (1 John 4: 4). Christians believe Angels are personal spiritual beings, who have intelligence, emotions and will. This is true in both kinds of angels good and evil (demons). Angels have intelligence (Matthew 8:29, 2 Corinthians 11: 3, 1 Peter 1:12), show emotions (Luke 2:13, James 2:19, Revelation 12: 7), and show that they have a will (Luke 8 : 28-31; 2 Timothy 2:26; Jude 6). Angels are spiritual beings (Hebrews 1:14), without a real physical body. The fact that they do not have bodies does not affect the fact that they have personalities. The knowledge possessed by angels is limited, by the fact of being created beings. This means that they are not omniscient as God (Matthew 24:36), although they do seem to have greater knowledge than humans. This can be due to three causes. The angels were created as a higher order of creatures in the universe, to what are humans. Therefore, it is innate in them to have a greater knowledge. Angels study the Bible and the world more thoroughly than humans and gain knowledge of it. (James 2:19, Revelation 12:12). Angels obtain knowledge through a long observation of human activities. Unlike humans, angels do not have to study the past; they have already experienced it. That is why they know how others have acted and reacted in situations, and can predict with a high degree of assertiveness how we can act in similar circumstances. Although they have a will, the angels are, like all creatures, subject to the will of God. Good angels are sent by God to help believers (Hebrews 1:14).>GET ANSWER