Acceptance and resistance: a résumé by the Secretariat of O. E. C. D. of 'Workers' attitudes to technical change,'
O. E. C. D., 1965 - Psychology - 115 pages
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Attitudes to Technical Change
Attitudes to Organisational Change
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