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Commitment and Multiple Commitments : Theoretical Perspectives

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Authors
Jeong, Yeon-Ang
Issue Date
1990
Publisher
서울대학교 노사관계연구소
Citation
Journal of industrial relations, Vol.01, pp. 263-284
Abstract
In modern society, most people inevitably belong to more than one organization. An individual can be a member of a family, church, company, political party, and so forth, and be committed to those organizations at the same time. An individual's commitment to one organization mayor may not be related with his /her commitments to other organizations. If expectations and demands of various organizations are contradictory, an individual's commitment to one organization may affect causally his /her commitments to other organizations. On the contrary, if expectations and demands of one organization are not in conflict with those of other organizations, the individual can be committed to one organization regardless of his /her level of commitments to other organizations.
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/29897
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