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Uncertainty During Organizational Change: Types, Consequences, and Management Strategies
This research tested a model that classifies change uncertainty into three interrelated types: strategic, structural, and job-related. We predicted that control would mediate the effects of
Pax Americana? Accent attitudinal evaluations in New Zealand, Australia and America
This study describes a series of evaluations of gender pairs of New Zealand English, Australian English, American English and RP-type English English voices by over 400 students in New Zealand,
Gay and lesbian identity development: a social identity perspective.
This paper critically examines models of identity development from the perspective of social identity theory, illustrating how such an approach can address the criticisms of the dominant approach to gay and lesbian identity development.
Attachment style as a piedictor of sexual attitudes and behavior in late Adolescence
It is indicated that attachment dimensions are reliably related to many aspects of sexual attitudes and behaviors among late adolescents and was linked to increased drug use before sexual contact.
Perceived Dissimilarity and Work Group Involvement
Perceived dissimilarity and its association with work group involvement were examined in this study. Additionally, perceived group openness to diversity was examined as a moderator of this
Employee perceptions of organizational change: impact of hierarchical level
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the influence of organizational level on employees' perceptions and reactions to a complex organizational change involving proposed work force
Job uncertainty and personal control during downsizing: A comparison of survivors and victims
This study developed and tested a model of job uncertainty for survivors and victims of downsizing. Data were collected from three samples of employees in a public hospital, each representing three
Organizational Communication: Challenges for the New Century
Organizational communication covers an eclectic mix of approaches, theories, and methodologies, developed within organizational settings or applied from other areas. The authors start their