Beliefs, attitudes, and values a theory of organization and change. by Milton Rokeach

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Published by Jossey-Bass in San Francisco .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Belief and doubt.,
  • Attitude (Psychology),
  • Values.

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SeriesThe Jossey-Bass behavioral science series
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LC ClassificationsBF773 .R6
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Paginationxvi, 214 p.
Number of Pages214
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Open LibraryOL5613293M
ISBN 10978-0875890135
LC Control Number68021322

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Questions the existing research in and theories of attitudes and attitude change and documents new approaches to a unified theory of beliefs, attitudes, and values as interrelated in a functionally integrative cognitive system.

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Typical influences include the desire to please, political correctness, convenience, peer pressure, and psychological stressors. Though this book was written in it provides a nice foundation for understanding current research into beliefs, attitudes and values.

Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Virgil Adams. out of 5 stars Great Author. Reviewed in the United States on Febru Verified by:   Beliefs and values are integral part of a person's internal psychology. They motivate our actions and choices, inform how we handle situations, and even determine how successful we are or are not.

A belief is an assumption about the world around you that can't be proven or dis-proven. For example, if you believe in a. For in-depth understanding of these factors, we will further explore where a person acquires beliefs, values and attitudes from which eventually form a person’s image, behavior and self-concept.

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Attitudes, Values, and Beliefs. The first type of persuasive argument involves a change in someone’s attitudes, values, and beliefs. An attitude is defined as an individual’s general predisposition toward something as being good or bad, right or wrong, or negative or you believe that local curfew laws for people under twenty-one are a bad idea.

Values. The underlying principles or standards of desirable or ideal behavior that we use to justify our beliefs and attitudes. Beliefs. Ideas we express about subjects that may explain our attitudes towards them. Attitudes. A frame of mind in favor of or opposed to a person, policy, belief, institution, topic, etc.

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So, by the time you’re an adult, you can hold very definite views on just about everything with a sense of “no one is going to change my mind”. In his first book, titled Beliefs, Attitudes, and Values: A Theory of Organization and Change, Rokeach () presented a philosophical argument Author: Yair Levy.

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BELIEF A Belief is the way you think things are, or should be. An example of a belief is speeding is OK, if it's not more than 20 mph over the limit.

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