Differences in Task Behavior and Attitudes in Two Organizational Settings by Race.
NORTH CAROLINA UNIV AT CHARLOTTE
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This report pulled together two studies in different organizational settings--a university and a naval recruit center. The ANOVA analysis compared differences and consistencies by tasks between leader race, subordinate race, group composition, group size, and settings on number of output and intervening variables such as productivity of groups, duration of speech, satisfaction, self-esteem, Bales IPA behavior. Group composition and size had a significant effect through both studies on the self-esteem and satisfaction of black and white subordinates.
- Sociology and Law