Accession Number : AD0654894
Title : DYNAMICS OF A ROLE THEORY FOR THE WORKER'S JUDGEMENT,
Corporate Author : MISSOURI UNIV COLUMBIA CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN SOCIAL BEHAVIOR
Personal Author(s) : Trahair,Richard C. S. ; Biddle,Bruce J.
Report Date : JUL 1967
Pagination or Media Count : 46
Abstract : Specific illustrations are presented to show that the worker seeks a degree of control over the physical demands and intrinsic satisfaction of task performance; authority, pay and security of positions; task competence and the mateship relation of persons. The extent to which the worker seeks control over additional benefits and promotion features of positions is limited by the kind of benefit under consideration, and the success ideology which characterize the lives of men at the lower levels of industrial administration.
Descriptors : (*INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY, ATTITUDES(PSYCHOLOGY)), CONTROL, PERCEPTION(PSYCHOLOGY), LABOR, JOB ANALYSIS, SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, LEADERSHIP, GROUP DYNAMICS, MOTIVATION, APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY, PERSONALITY, DECISION MAKING, PERSONNEL, INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
Subject Categories : Psychology
Personnel Management and Labor Relations
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE