2 edition of Policy cynicism in the rural organization found in the catalog.
Policy cynicism in the rural organization
Jeffrey Allen Gloyn
Written in English
|Statement||by Jeffrey Allen Gloyn.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 85 l.|
|Number of Pages||85|
The Politics of Sustainable Development in Rural Ireland (Perspectives on Rural Policy and Planning) 1st Edition by Tony Varley (Author), John McDonagh (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Cited by: ADVERTISEMENTS: The three aspects of politics in rural society are as follows: 1. Administrative Set up and Decentralization of Power 2. Role and Importance of Political Parties in Rural Society 3. Local Village Politics. In rural sociology, the study of the political structure and organization of villages has significant importance in order to have clarity [ ].
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Legal cynicism is a domain of legal socialization defined by a perception that the legal system and law enforcement agents are "illegitimate, unresponsive, and ill equipped to ensure public safety." It is related to police legitimacy, and the two serve as important ways for researchers to study citizens' perceptions of law enforcement.
Professors Robert M. Regoli, John P. Crank, and Robert G. Culbertson () investigated police cynicism, job satisfaction, and work relations of police chiefs in departments of different sizes and concluded that the larger the organization, the more likely to have more cynical police chiefs, largely due to the less direct communications.
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behaviors such as cynicism and a decision to leave the organization (Podsakoff et al., ). The present study uses the social exchange theory as the core theoretical focus and takes.
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According to data calculated by the Economic Policy Institute, a decade after “The Organization Man,” the C.E.O.s of large companies earned Author: Gary Sernovitz. organization that are dissatisfied and show negative attitudes.
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