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  1. Analyzing Problems in Schools and School Systems

    A Theoretical Approach

    By Alan K. Gaynor

    Although there are many textbooks in the field of educational administration describing various organizational theories, this text is unique in tying organizational theory explicitly and systematically to a well-formulated problem- analysis methodology. It provides particular examples of...

    Published April 30th 1998 by Routledge

  2. The Psychology of Money

    By Michael Argyle, Adrian Furnham

    This fascinating book examines such diverse and compelling subjects as: money and power, gender differences, morality and tax, the very rich, the poor, lottery and pools winners, how possessions and wealth affect self-image and esteem, why some people become misers and others gamblers, spendthrifts...

    Published April 29th 1998 by Routledge

  3. Gender and Choice in Education and Occupation

    Edited by John Radford

    Despite many years of equality of choice, boys and girls continue to differ in both the subjects they study at school and later in the careers they decide to pursue. In this collection of papers by leading researchers from academic and practitioner backgrounds, the current evidence from a range of...

    Published April 8th 1998 by Routledge

  4. Jobs, Technology and People

    By Nik Chmiel

    Series: Psychology Focus

    This book focuses on psychological issues related to technology and work. Topics are set within areas of occupational psychology that include job and task design, training, selection, assessment and motivation, workload analysis, environmental and personal influences on mental processing, safety at...

    Published April 1st 1998 by Routledge

  5. Leadership

    The Operant Model of Effective Supervision

    By Judith L. Komaki

    Series: People and Organizations

    How can managers motivate their employees? After conducting detailed field studies of work groups in settings as diverse as insurance company offices and regatta sailboats, Judith Komaki has identified two key behaviours that seem to distinguish effective from ineffective managers; monitoring...

    Published March 18th 1998 by Routledge

  6. A New Look at Social Cognition in Groups

    A Special Issue of basic and Applied Social Psychology

    Edited by Leigh L. Thompson

    This special issue focuses on how interacting individuals and groups create meaning and act upon collectively developed cognition, motivation, and emotion. It argues that this new look at social cognition in dyads and groups represents a stage of evolution, as social cognition grows to encompass...

    Published February 28th 1998 by Psychology Press

  7. Subjectivity in Political Economy

    Essays on Wanting and Choosing

    By David P. Levine

    Series: Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy

    This book explores the way political economy understands human motivation. In it, the author argues that the assumptions typically made by economists regarding want and choice cannot adequately lay a foundation for answering important questions about the design of economic institutions and the...

    Published January 28th 1998 by Routledge

  8. Mentor Guide

    By Gareth Lewis, Jeremy Kourdi

    The structure of the programme:There are two main guiding principles for the way in which the programme is organized:Firstly, the workbooks are grouped according to the Key Roles of Management.There are two core modules which focus on the personal skills required by all managers to help underwrite...

    Published January 26th 1998 by Routledge

  9. Image Theory

    Theoretical and Empirical Foundations

    Edited by Lee Roy Beach

    Series: Series in Organization and Management

    Decision making plays a major role in virtually every theory of organizational behavior. However, decision theory has not provided organizational theorists with useful descriptions of how decisions are made, either by individuals or by individuals in organizations. The earliest offering came from...

    Published December 31st 1997 by Routledge

  10. Intergroup Cognition and Intergroup Behavior

    Edited by Constantine Sedikides, John Schopler, Chester A. Insko, Chester Insko

    Series: Applied Social Research Series

    Social psychology has maintained a keen interest over the years in issues related to intergroup behavior, such as ingroup favoritism and discrimination. The field has also been preoccupied with ways to reduce prejudice and discrimination. Intergroup contact has been offered as the main mechanism...

    Published November 30th 1997 by Psychology Press