The Thai Attitude Toward Work and Authority (A Pilot Study).
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CALIF
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Three groups of subjects N94 are tested by a semantic differential form and a sentence completion form. The first group consists of U.S. Naval officers N35. The other two groups comprise Thai officers N30 and Thai NCOs N29. The semantic differential form and sentence completion form are designed to evaluate the subjects attitude toward work and authority in conjunction with each other. Results indicate that subjects responses are comparable in the two vernaculars. The Thai groups appear to express more favorable attitude toward work and authority concepts than the U.S. group the Thai NCOs more favorable than the Thai officers. Author
- Sociology and Law