SOCIAL LINKAGES AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT IN VOLUNTARY ORGANIZATIONS
A mail survey of 519 Southern Baptists tested the prepotency of social linkages of predicting commitment in voluntary organizations. The results of the study indicated that instrumentality theory was a weak predictor of organizational commitment, while results were notably more consistent with cohesion theory. The results are discussed and implications for theoretical and empirical research are addressed.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1984-01-01
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