Tuesday, December 29, 2009

The effect of age-gender on social accountability system

Age and gender are two parameters, which set effect to modify perceptions of social behavior in system environments according to observational study. The social accountability assessments can be based on age-gender parameters among system elements. Male acting performances illustrate sometimes lower accountability compare with all female colleagues in certain system activities. Young elements perform assignments with low accountability compare with all community elements. These two parameters refer to multiple instances of global parameters in biological systems, which modify always by global variables in non-biological systems.
Complexity may activate in system framework when system owner focus on economic perspectives and the vital age-gender parameter roles eliminate in associated with customer accountability target in terms of costs-effectiveness.

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