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Eventually, because of their low self-efficacy to make change, individuals do not share their work-related concerns and remain acquiescently silent.
This point is made explicit as Wu takes up elements from both jingju and Shakespeare in his performance, but refuses to bow acquiescently to the authorities in both.
When Hadoop clusters are not equipped with any scheduling module, JobTracker acquiescently calls First in first out scheduling module to assign tasks.