Racioethnic differences in job satisfaction : a test of orthogonal cultural identification theory and self-categorization theory
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K. Galen Kroeck
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The theories of orthogonal cultural identification and self-categorization are offered as links in examining the possible racioethnic differences in job satisfaction. It is posited that racioethnicity (Cox & Blake, 1991) is multidimensional with at least three conceptually distinct dimensions. Since there is a need for consistent terminology with respect to these distinct dimensions, the following new terms are offered to differentiate among them: " physioethnicity" refers to the physiological dimension of racioethnicity; "socioethnicity" refers to the sociocultural dimension; and "psychoethnicity" refers to the psychological dimension.
Friday, Shawnta Shajuan, "Racioethnic differences in job satisfaction : a test of orthogonal cultural identification theory and self-categorization theory" (1997). FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 3419.
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