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Work and work force characteristics in the nonprofit sector.
Increasing proportions of the U .S . work force have been attracted to employment in private nonprofit institutions -organizations which constitute the third sector of the economy.' The popular viewExpand
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Science as a Vocation in the 1990s: The Changing Organizational Culture of Academic Science.
It is of course hubris to invoke Max Weber's classic work, "Science as a Vocation," in the title of this essay. But it is unavoidable, as I will be concerned with much the same question: How mightExpand
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Essential Tensions
This paper examines the tensions and paradoxes that arise during the life course of research groups as they strive to establish and maintain an identity, acquire and retain control of an ensemble ofExpand
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Bonding and Bridging
This study investigates the relationship between social connections and collective civic action. Measuring social capital in eight Phoenix, Arizona, neighborhoods allowed the authors to determineExpand
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Peerless Science: Peer Review and U. S. Science Policy
peerless science peer review and u s science policy What to say and what to do when mostly your friends love reading? Are you the one that don't have such hobby? So, it's important for you to startExpand
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Hot Spots and Hot Moments in Scientific Collaborations and Social Movements
Emotions are essential but little understood components of research; they catalyze and sustain creative scientific work and fuel the scientific and intellectual social movements (SIMs) that propelExpand
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The Ecology of Technological Risk in a Sunbelt City
In this paper we examine the spatial distributions of four types of technological hazards in the Phoenix, Arizona, metropolitan area. The focus is on the locations of hazardous industrial and toxicExpand
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Environmental equity in a sunbelt city: the spatial distribution of toxic hazards in Phoenix, Arizona
Abstract This paper examines the spatial distributions of industrial facilities emitting toxic substances in the Phoenix, Arizona metropolitan region. The analysis relies on geographic informationExpand
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Employee participation in a Quality Circle program: Impact on quality of work life, productivity, and absenteeism.
The impact of participation in a Quality Circle (QC) program on employee quality of work life (QWL) attitudes and on productivity and absenteeism behaviors was studied among direct labor employees inExpand
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A social control perspective on scientific misconduct.
  • E. Hackett
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • The Journal of higher education
  • 1 May 1994
Scientific misconduct, in recent years, has drawn intense press coverage and substantial policy attention. Various explanations have been advanced to account for its occurrence, ranging from theExpand
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