Work Values: Education, Organization, and Religious Concerns

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Samuel M. Natale, Brian M. Rothschild, Joseph W. Sora
Rodopi, 1995 - 259 pages
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This book is an important contribution to the Values literature on the meanings of work. These essays explore the philosophical, ethical, religious, and social foundations that underscore so much of the current thinking and concern about work satisfaction and the place of work in the search of meaning. Various points of view are presented and these include among others historical perspectives, empirical studies and cross-cultural explorations. The result is a compelling and critical volume which challenges many basic cultural and empirical assumptions and raises many questions about values and value-based decisions.
 

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Contents

SECTION I
9
Chapter
27
Chapter Three
39
Chapter Four
53
Chapter Five
73
SECTION II
89
Chapter Seven
97
vi
121
Chapter
139
SECTION III
149
Chapter Twelve
155
Chapter Thirteen
165
Chapter Fourteen
179
Chapter Fifteen
213
Chapter Sixteen
239
CONTRIBUTORS
251

Chapter Nine
131

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Page 1 - Had wound strings round and round it like a bundle. What held it though on one side was a tree Still growing, and on one a stake and prop, These latter about to fall. I thought that only Someone who lived in turning to fresh tasks Could so forget his handiwork on which He spent himself, the labor of his ax, And leave it there far from a useful fireplace To warm the frozen swamp as best it could With the slow smokeless burning of decay.

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