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The paper examines temporal aspects of organization. It argues that a major element of human socialization is the structuring of time-sense within formal organizations. Notable here is the process whereby family, school, and workplace teach us rigid time disciplines. These institutions segment...
Economic Psychology extends the study of psychology and, in this case, the investigation of the socialization process in the economic realm. Thirty children, ten each aged 6, 9, and 12, took part in a "play economy" which consisted of four adjoining rooms, representing opportunities to save (one...
Hazardous waste is seen as a major environmental issue by the American public, yet the social and environmental problems created by the high levels of generation and accumulation of this waste have not been seriously addressed. In this paper, it is shown that the relationship between...
A modified version of a process model of psychological burnout proposed by Cherniss (1980) was used to study the relationship between job satisfaction and burnout. The research involved a secondary analysis of longitudinal data collected from 245 school-based educators from a single Board of...
This study investigated changes in union, organizational, and dual commitment among 267 faculty of a public university in the U.S. over a 6.5-month period (from the beginning of contract negotiations to contract settlement). Specifically, it was hypothesized that labor-management relationship...
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