Work Outcome Preference and Evaluation A Study of Three Ethnic Groups

@inproceedings{Feldman1980WorkOP,
  title={Work Outcome Preference and Evaluation A Study of Three Ethnic Groups},
  author={Jack Feldman and Iulai Ah Sam and William J. F. McDonald and Gordon G. Bechtel},
  year={1980}
}
Members of European, Maori, and Samoan ethnic groups in New Zealand were predicted to differ in terms of both the evaluation of a sample of job outcomes and their order of preference among these same outcomes. Predictions were made, on the basis of cultural values and the economic situation of the various groups, that Maoris and Samoans generally would prefer and evaluate "particularistic" outcomes (that is, personalistic exchanges of love, status, or service) and pay increments more than… CONTINUE READING