Social identity, status characteristics and social networks: Predictors of advice seeking in a manufacturing facility
In the sociological tradition, status characteristics and patterns of interpersonal relations within a social network are considered important in explaining organizational behaviour (e.g. influence, cooperation). In the social identity tradition, perceptions of shared psychological group membership and group prototypicality are considered important in explaining many of the same organizational behaviours. The present paper explores core variables within each of these perspectives as predictors...[Show more]
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|Source:||Asian Journal of Social Psychology|
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