Wednesday, July 14, 2010
Toward an Integrative Theoretical Perspective on Organizational Membership Negotiations: Socialization, Assimilation, and the Duality of Structure
Toward an Integrative Theoretical Perspective on Organizational Membership Negotiations: Socialization, Assimilation, and the Duality of Structure, by Clifton Scott and Karen Myers. Communication Theory 20 (2010) 79–105 © 2010 International Communication Association
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