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" On a cultural level we view the organized set of rules or standards as such, abstracted, so to speak, from the actor who is committed to them by his own value-orientations and in whom they exist as need-dispositions to observe these rules. Thus a culture... "
Culture, Self-Identity, and Work - Page 41
by Miriam Erez, P. Christopher Earley - 1993 - 280 pages
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Culture and Society: Contemporary Debates

Jeffrey C. Alexander, Steven Seidman - Social Science - 1942 - 375 pages
...individual to some organized set of rules (so that the rules themselves do not contradict one another). On a cultural level we view the organized set of rules...value-orientation is his commitment to these standards. In either case our analysis of these standards of value-orientation commitment may be the same. . ....
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Talcott Parsons: Critical Assessments, Volume 2

Peter Hamilton - Sociolgy - 1992 - 364 pages
...selection, whenever he is in a contingent situation which allows (and requires) him to make a choice On a cultural level we view the organized set of rules...valueorientation is his commitment to these standards We shall speak of three modes of value-orientation, which parallel the modes of motivational-orientation....
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Face, Harmony, and Social Structure: An Analysis of Organizational Behavior ...

P. Christopher Earley - Business & Economics - 1997 - 256 pages
...— his valueorientations may commit him to certain norms that will guide him in his choices. . . . On a cultural level we view the organized set of rules...value-orientation is his commitment to these standards. (5960) Five primary value orientations were used to define and categorize various cultures. These value...
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Managing Information Technology Resources and Applications in the World ...

Information Resources Management Association. International Conference - Business & Economics - 1997 - 553 pages
...represents a set of characteristics common to a particular group of people. Parsons and Shils (1951) state, "Thus, a culture includes a set of standards. An individual's...value-orientation is his commitment to these standards" (p. 60). Kluckhohn (1954) provides an anthropologist's definition of culture as "patterned ways of...
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Toward a General Theory of Action: Theoretical Foundations for the Social ...

Talcott Parsons, Edward Albert Shils, Neil J. Smelser - Social Science - 1965 - 282 pages
...action. Their relation to the other parts will be more fully analyzed in Chapter III, below. ganized set of rules or standards as such, abstracted, so...value-orientation is his commitment to these standards. In either case our analysis of these standards of value-orientation commitment may be the same. We...
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