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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 184169083X
ISBN-13: 9781841690834
Sku: 33725105
Publish Date: 8/13/2012
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9.25H x 7L x 1.25T
Pages:  448
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Each article in this collection of readings has been carefully chosen for its tremendous impact on the field of organizational behavior. It focuses specifically on micro-organizational behavior, which has almost uniquely been influenced by social psychology. The reader is carefully structured into sections which reflect a progression through widening levels of analysis: the science of organizational behavior; decision making; negotiation and social dilemmas; groups and teams; procedural justice; relationships and trust; and values, norms and politics. This volume is in an attractive, user-friendly format and will make excellent supplementary reading to courses in social psychology, industrial and organizational psychology, and business.
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Each article in this collection has exerted a tremendous impact on the field of organizational behavior. The articles are organized into seven major sections: (1) the science of and metaphor of micro OB; (2) decision making; (3) negotiation and social dilemmas; (4) groups and teams; (5) procedural justice; (6) relationships and trust; and (7) values, norms and politics. The organization of the book reflects a progression through widening levels of analysis. The section on decision making focuses on the cognition and behavior of the individual actor; the sections on negotiation and groups focus on dyads and groups; and the procedural justice, relationships and values sections focus on how the organizational actor is embedded in networks, organizational norms, and institutional practices. For each of the major sections, there is a short overview.
The articles in this book provide a framework for scholarly thinking in these areas, allowing readers to better develop new ideas and theories about micro|organizational behavior.
This volume is an invaluable resource for students, researchers and instructors in the fields of Social Psychology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Organizational Behavior, and Business and Management.

Each article in this collection of readings has been carefully chosen for its tremendous impact on the field of organizational behavior. It focuses specifically on micro-organizational behavior, which has almost uniquely been influenced by social psychology. The reader is carefully structured into sections which reflect a progression through widening levels of analysis: the science of organizational behavior; decision making; negotiation and social dilemmas; groups and teams; procedural justice; relationships and trust; and values, norms and politics. This volume is in an attractive, user-friendly format and will make excellent supplementary reading to courses in social psychology, industrial and organizational psychology, and business.
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