Introduction:- The Interview is a most important function in selection candidates and all companies mostly depend on interview rather than normal test so, uncommon to select candidates with it in most organizations. In addition, the reason why authors split interviewing candidates from employee testing and selection because interview has owned procedures on selection candidates. interview is process of communication between at least two people or more which are interviewer(oral inquires) and interviewee(oral responds). There are three kinds of interview which are selection interview, appraisal interview and exit interview. In this project will focus mainly on selection interview and with their types.
The interview went extremely well. Both the interviewer and interviewee were calm and relaxed while doing the interview. The interviewer made sure that the respondent understood the questions very well and answered to the point, whilst the interviewee took his time in sharing the information related to his experiences of sport. There was a point when the interviewee did not understand a particular question, and he asked the interviewer to repeat them so that he could get a better grasp of the question and answer it in a better way. The researcher believes that more interviews can be conducted in this field with more people; however, there are certain aspect that needs to be improved in this area.
With the change in normal teen behavior, came a change in the way teens saw music. No longer were they into the innocent, mellow music of their parent’s time. By 1940, a majority of American households owned a radio. This caused American music more accessible as opposed to the World War 1 period. Thus, pop music such as Rock and roll from World War 2 inundated homes and America’s ears and build morale.
This process of question-and-answer exchanges are present in our notion of democracy, police investigations, mass media, social sciences, schools,and in many other contexts. “All these social institutions trust interviews to provide the truths they need to function” (Philip Bell, 1994, p. 5). “The aim of an interview is to provide, in the interviewee’s own words, facts, reasons or opinions on a particular topic in a specific context so that
With the use of oral history, the biggest challenge is the chance of subjectivity within the interviewing process itself. The interviewer does not play a role of an outside objective observer because the interview is constructed by both of the interviewing parties. The subject of an oral history interview is not necessarily the interviewee, but the interviewee 's experiences; even in the form of the retelling of a story told once to the
a. Motivational interviewing Motivation is elicited from within the patient. Rather than externally imposed upon a patient by a practitioner. Motivational interviewing theory is based on the fact that individuals have within them their own reasons for changing. The role of practitioner is to bring out and reinforce these reasons. Motivational interviewing was to begin with, started in the field of addictive behavior change problem.
Perhaps best expressed by Sarah Churchwell, a Professor of American Literature at the University of London, pop music is so popular because “[it] provides not just the soundtracks to our lives...; it releases our emotion and helps us to articulate them”. More than flashy videos, formulaic chords, or auto-tuned singing, pop music has illustrated its crucial role in shaping the thoughts and ideas of recent
Rock and roll is just beginning to be accepted as an art form, as opposed to just another musical trend. It’s only been popular since the mid twentieth century. However, despite the genre’s young age, it has hugely impacted the US, and the rest of the world. It’s a versatile genre, one that each generation can make into their own. Due to this, it reflects the values of the past sixty years far better than classical or jazz music is able to, yet still appears to be resilient, not just a passing fad like pop music.
“Album sales numbers of a style, however, typically increase with decreasing complexity, see Fig. 5B. This can be interpreted as music becoming increasingly formulaic… under increasing sales numbers due to a tendency to popularize music styles with low variety and musicians with similar skills.” These findings support the notion of pop music lacking variety as it is one of, if not the, most popular music styles in the industry. One example of popular music reaching drastic levels of repetition is presented by the song “Gucci Gang”. Following its release in 2017 by the artist Lil Pump, “Gucci Gang” peaked at number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, a chart of the 100 most popular songs in the United States based on sales, radio play, and online streaming, and stayed on the chart for 24 weeks in total.
Sub – genres of popular music, especially hip hop, creates a negative view on popular music. This way, it can be good to listen too but has a hidden meaning to it. Parents become more concerned with their children at a minor age. Although the kind of music that the students are listening too are good in their own opinion, there are risky situations that happens to them which they are unaware of. Pancare, R. (2013), mentions that Hip-hop as a genre of popular music is mostly a target of parental concern.