Organizational behavior in schools differing in architectural openness: the relationship between spatial openness and teachers' perceptions of organizational climate and bureaucratization
Educational Research and Development Council of the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area, Jul 1, 1976 - Education - 60 pages
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