By reading passage , it is describing the various factors, which are responsible for decline of behavior science.
Yet the [highlight]behavior sciences[/highlight]
(20) are struggling for credibility in many
business schools. [highlight]Surveys show
that business studen[/highlight]ts often regard
behavioral studies as peripheral to
the mainstream business curriculum.
(25) This perception can be explained by
the fact that business students, hoping
to increase their attractiveness to
prospective employers, are highly
sensitive to business norms and
(30) practices, and current business
practices have generally been
[highlight]moving away from[/highlight] an emphasis on
understanding human behavior and
toward more mechanistic organiza-
(35) tional models. [highlight]Furthermore, the
status of HR professionals within
organizations tends to be lower[/highlight]
than that of other executives.
Students’ perceptions would
(40) matter less if business schools
were not increasingly dependent on
external funding-form legislatures,
businesses, and private foundations-
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