The Importance Of Social Relations

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Social interaction is an essential social behavior of humankind (Richard E & Robert B, 1965), and it is also a serious part of the sociological research. However, the researching must be based on the study of social ties. With the advent of globalization and commercialization, the competitiveness of connection is an increasingly important issue. The research finding reveals that “the money you make in any endeavor is determined only 12.5 percent by knowledge and 87.5 percent by your ability to deal with people” (Maxwell, J. C.,1993). Since Mark S Granovetter proposed the strong and weak ties which are applied to studying the social relations, according to the exchange behavior of the organization, in general, we believed that the people …show more content…
The employers and applicants need to know some information about each other to build an employment relationship. There is a factor of the degree of trust in it. So, in one case, the employers and job seekers are strong ties, they know each other as friends or relations, even in a same social circle. And the position requirements are in line with needs of the job seeker. Note, however, that the possibility of such an opportunity is small because they got the same information. In one place, the social circle if the weak ties are widely distributed, and the probability of finding useful opportunity is …show more content…
China has always focused on the establishment of contacts and acquaintances, which stresses the rule of people rather than the rule of law. It is thus apparent that the creation and expansion of connections are a remarkable phenomenon in human society. Besides that, the Chinese scholars of social interaction often cite the relevant theories of Western sociology (such as social exchange theory, social capital theory, etc.) to explain the social behavior of Chinese society.
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“Look for work” attracts excellent attention in the Chinese society. A lot of Chinese enterprises establish the modern enterprise system and carries out advanced management for many years, the acquaintance (asking for friends or colleagues) is still an approach particularly popular in China. The objective of my research is to evaluate the Chinese work distribution system and to analyze the strong ties or weak ties, which one is more efficient on job search in China. Object 1: We make a detailed analysis of the theory of interpersonal relationship, work allocation, and strong/weak ties. Object 2: Through the questionnaire and the data analysis (Excel and SPSS app) to obtain an actual and reliable research

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