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Willingness-to-Pay for Crime Control Programs
This paper reports on a new methodology to estimate the "cost of crime." We adapt the contingent valuation method used in the environmental economics literature to estimate the public'sExpand
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What Goes Around Comes Around: the Impact of Personal Conflict Style on Work Conflict and Stress
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We argue that individual conflict styles may shape an employee's social environment, affecting the level of ongoing conflict and thus his or her experience of stress. Expand
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The relationship between work status congruence and work-related attitudes and behaviors.
Research investigating differences in attitudes among full-time and part-time employees has a long history. Unfortunately, the empirical results have been mixed and conflicting. To resolveExpand
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A demonstration of the importance of temporal considerations in the prediction of newcomer turnover
We theorize about and examine empirically the increase in predictive strength of antecedents of voluntary turnover over the first three years of employment using survival analysis with time-varyingExpand
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Conflict Style and Coping with Role Conflict: An Extension of the Uncertainty Model of Work Stress
This study investigates the impact of conflict style as a coping strategy in response to role conflict. Recent research has begun to examine workplace uncertainty as a mediator in the role stressExpand
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THE IMPORTANCE OF ROLE AMBIGUITY AND TRUST IN CONFLICT PERCEPTION: UNPACKING THE TASK CONFLICT TO RELATIONSHIP CONFLICT LINKAGE
This article examines the impact of role ambiguity and trust on the transformation of task conflict into relationship conflict. Building on the work of Simons and Peterson (2000) we argue that theExpand
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Induced Over-Benefiting and Under-Benefiting on the Web: Inequity Effects on Feelings and Motivations with Implications for Consumption Behavior
Inequity in its many forms has been the subject of a number of empirical research efforts. Results show that positive inequity, an over-benefited condition, and negative inequity, an under-benefitedExpand
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An intensification approach to double-block algebra: A pilot implementation of Intensified Algebra in a large urban school district
ABSTRACT Double-block instruction has become a popular strategy for supporting struggling mathematics students in algebra I. Despite its widespread adoption, little consistent evidence supports theExpand
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