The Survival Strategies of a Complex Western-Type Educational-Religious Organization in an Eastern Culture: a Case-Study of the Hong Kong Baptist College.

@inproceedings{Anderson1969TheSS,
  title={The Survival Strategies of a Complex Western-Type Educational-Religious Organization in an Eastern Culture: a Case-Study of the Hong Kong Baptist College.},
  author={Maurice J. Anderson},
  year={1969}
}
This study is in the general field of complex social organization. It is an exploratory analysis of a western-type senior college organiza­ tion in the Colony of Hong Kong. The objectives of the research were: (1) To examine the actions of a strategic nature which were articulated to alleviate structural strains due to differences in cultural orienta­ tions of the Eastern and Western actors, (2) to investigate in some depth the source of behavioral stresses with the intention of shedding light… 
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