Category Archives: Volume 38 • No. 1 • 2001

CULTURAL DIVERSITY: A LATTER DAY TROJAN HORSE

Harold E. Briggs Portland State University Portland, Oregon 97207 The concept of multicultural diversity in social work education is the focus of this paper. The limitations of this concept are discussed. Also, the relationship between the theory of modern racism … Continue reading

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An Invited Essay EAST-EUROPEAN VIEWS: SOCIETY, THE DEVILS IN US AND WHY WE MANUFACTURE THEM

Juraj Sipos Farskeho 12, 851 01 Bratislava, Slovakia This article consists of two parts: a) brief introduction of East-European psychology and problems; and b) illustration of social evils, seeing them in one inseparable context in the web of interactions. Presented … Continue reading

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DETERMINANTS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING AMONG UNEMPLOYED WOMEN AND MEN

Todd G. Morrison, Ph.D. Department of Psychology, Red Deer College Red Deer, AB, T4N 5H5, CANADA Wendy E. O’Connor, Ph.D. Royal Canadian Mounted Police Organizational Design & Job Evaluation 250 Tremblay Road Ottawa, ON, K1A OR2, CANADA Melanie A. Morrison, … Continue reading

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CAFFEINE AS AN ADDICTION

Dr. Mitchell E. Marsh Dr. Joel C. Snell Clinical Pharmacy Medical Sociology St. Elizabeth Regional Medical Center P. O. Box 2068 555 South 70th Street Kirkwood College Lincoln, Nebraska 68510 Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52406 Dr. Linda Allen Dr. Bill Wakefield … Continue reading

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ANOTHER LOOK AT ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT: SOME LESSONS FOR RESEARCH AND THE MANAGEMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES

Gbolahan Gbadamosi National University of Rwanda Butare, Rwanda Organizational commitment has continued to occupy a prominent position in organizational and management literature. This paper focuses on some crucial areas that have dominated research interest. These include the definition, the antecedents … Continue reading

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