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An empirical investigation of organizational commitment and its correlates in Korean professional and non-professional employees

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  • An empirical investigation of organizational commitment and its correlates in Korean professional and non-professional employees
  • Park, Oh Soo
  • Seoul National University


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Title An empirical investigation of organizational commitment and its correlates in Korean professional and non-professional employees
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Author(English)

Park, Oh Soo

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[Seoul, S.Korea]:Seoul National University

Date 1991
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Korean Business Journal:vol. 25(no. 1)
Pages 16
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Social Development < Employment
Holding Seoul National University

Abstract

Cross-cultural reseachers have long been interested in transferability of U.S. organizational concepts and measures to another culture. "A major concern in cross-cultural studies is that concepts and measures developed for organizational research in the United States may be culture bound" (Sekeran, 1981: p. 409). Comparative management has been a battle field among scholars for illuminating this issue. For example, Farmer and his colleagues (Farmer and Richman, 1964; Farmer, 1973) argued for significance of cultural constraints on managerial behavior while Negandhi and his colleagues (Negandhi and Estafen, 1965; Negandhi and Prasad, 1971) advocated that uniculturally developed theories can apply other culture