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    Over the course of nine seasons, the television series, The Office has clearly displayed many concepts which we have discussed over the last few months. Four major sociological concepts which were noticeably portrayed throughout the many seasons of The Office include: sexuality, the way different social groups are made up, gender roles throughout the office and everyday life, as well as the formal organization among coworkers. The show displays romance, documentary type conversations, as well as interviews with the camera, all with an overall comedy vibe. The setting is most commonly taped in an office building for the paper supply company (Dunder Mifflin) which is overseen by Michael Scott who is the boss of the Scranton, Pennsylvania branch. Throughout the branch, there are different levels of work as well as different positions, all of who typically work in the same building. Within the Scranton branch there is a distinct separation between the sales workers and the warehouse…

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    well as for those living beyond the city’s limits. Working from one’s own home office offers quite a few advantages such as working in a personalised environment, saving on the commute time and staying close to one’s family. It has multiple drawbacks too none of which is so sorely felt as when you are forced to work from an ill designed home office space. When you are planning to burn the midnight oil in here, why not show some care in designing the space comfortably as well? Home office design…

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    The Office is a television show that aired in 2005 and went off aired in 2013. The show was filmed as a documentary that looks into the inside of a small paper company Dunder-Mifflin in Pennsylvania. Being filmed as a documentary the show was able to capture everyday interactions in a work place. The Office was remarkable in capturing conflict throughout the nine seasons. Conflict is defined as when two or more people come into a collision or disagreement. From the show the audience…

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    The office is a tv show that takes place in Scranton Pennsylvania. The show is about a failing branch of the Dunder Miflin Paper company. The show revolves around Michael Scott who is the regional manager, Dwight Schrute who is the top salesman, Jim Halpert who is the office funny guy and Pam Beasley the uncomfortable recipcinist. The first concept is Race and Ethnicity. The first example is a part of an episode where Michael holds a meeting where he has everyone put a card on there head…

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    If you have ever watched the television series The Office then you probably can relate to the fact that this show demonstrates how not to be supervisor well. Michael Scott is a supervisor in the show for several seasons and has demonstrated his capability to establish a unique corporate environment and that he genuinely cares about each of his employees. On the other hand, he demonstrates poor qualities as well. When analyzing his techniques you gain a deeper understanding of supervising and the…

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    A medical practice is a type of business consisting of at least one physician and office staff such as a receptionist, a billing clerk, a medical records clerk, and an office manager. While the physician is busy with patients, it is the office manager’s job to ensure that the business side of the practice is running smoothly. An office manager’s responsibility is to oversee the office operations such as financial management, patient communication, overseeing the office staff, medical records…

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    Working in an office also has a number of disadvantages, aside from its benefits, which caused the trend of doing work at home to bloom. These drawbacks reduced the number of employees patronizing jobs done in an office environment. To start with, working in an office consumes more of individual’s personal time. As stated by Manuron (retrieved 2015), even though making more money is beneficial to a family financially, a family is likely to suffer in other ways because of an individual’s absence…

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    Office 365 Professional: There are different bundles of applications for using Word, PowerPoint and Excel, different services included and even different application features in Office 365, Office Online, and Office 2016. In our company, we are using Office 365 which is Microsoft's online service for businesses, to run email, file sharing and communications in the cloud. Moreover, it also included licenses for the desktop Office software and Microsoft's Office subscription services. We can pay…

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    bureaucracy would be the best organization for modern society. An alternative organizational structure would be inevitably lead to failure. All organizations need some type of a system of rules in order to function correctly If Max Weber was a film critic his review would be related to bureaucracy and how office space was based on an authoritative hierarchy. According to Max Weber, bureaucracy is the most effective and productive way of keeping an organization under control. His ideal…

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    Topic: Swearing public officials into office General Purpose: To argue Specific Purpose: To argue that the federal government should make it illegal to swear public officials in on a religious document I. Central Idea/Thesis Statement: The federal government should prohibit using a religious document in Oath of Office ceremonies because the Officials taking the oath are affirming to protect the laws of our country, not of their religion, their use of these documents does not pass the lemon test,…

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