orientations to work


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  • ОРИЕНТАЦИИ НА ТРУД — (orientations to work) отношение и мотивация, а также в целом субъективный опыт работы, связанные с определенными видами занятости или группами. Существенная линия социологических изысканий в этой области касалась разработки и развития идеи… …   Большой толковый социологический словарь

  • task-orientation versus time-orientation distinction — A distinction, widely employed in industrial sociology, to indicate contrasting orientations to work and forms of labour discipline. In the narrow sense, task oriented workers relate the measurement of time to naturally occurring phenomena and… …   Dictionary of sociology

  • РАБОЧИЕ ОРИЕНТАЦИИ — (work orientations) см. Ориентации на труд …   Большой толковый социологический словарь

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