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Reading Comprehension: Detail Function Questions

The author mentions a more relaxed work pace in order to

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Organizational theory says that workers want to make as much money as possible, but in reality, workers may have other aims. The author uses this example to emphasize this flaw in the theory.

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The passage tells us that organizational theory believes that workers aim to increase their incomes, not work at a more relaxed pace, so this detail is not provided as an example of that theory.

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The passage deals with one specific topic: organizational theory. It does not mention or imply the relevance of any other theory.

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The passage tells us that organizational theory believes that workers aim to increase their incomes, not work at a more relaxed pace. Therefore, the author uses this example to weaken, not enhance, the arguments of organizational theory.

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This answer choice may seem logical at first, because the author indeed suggests organizational theory should have looked at worker's preferences; however, the author does not aim to complement organizational theory but to point out its flaws.

provide an example of an argument made by organizational theorists
show one of the flaws of organizational theory
show that no theory can take all workers' aims into account
argue in favor of organizational theory
show how organizational theory can be complemented by looking at workers' actual preferences