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Both sociologists and rational choice theorists have been concerned with the production of social order Rational choice theorists argue that sanctions are necessary and sufficient causes of social order, but since it is costly to provide them, the attainment of social order is problematic...
The two main aspects of an employment relationship are exchange and membership. The corresponding organizational processes, allocation and socialization, are examined. The possible tensions between newcomer and oldtimers are linked to work and organizational cultures. The boundary- crossing of...
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