INEQUALITY IN INDUSTRIAL AUTHORITY.
PRINCETON UNIV N J CENTER OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
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The report has two objectives To test in the secondary literature on work units several dimensions of the analytic scheme devised for studying authority patterns in various social units and to assess previous studies of authority and authority patterns in factory settings. The data and observations on superordinate-subordinate relations of five empirical studies, three American, one French, and one Japanese, are analyzed with a view to determining perceptions and practices of inequality between superordinates and subordinates. Author
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