The aim of this paper is to explain the wide differences in solidarity observed in work-groups on collective settlements (Kibbutzim) in Israel. These differences will be explained in terms of the structure of the Kibbutz and the position of different work groups in it, informal communication and control, as well as formal controls.
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Research Article| January 06 2009
Solidaric Work-Groups in Collective Settlements
Human Organization (1957) 16 (3): 2–6.
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Amitai Etzioni; Solidaric Work-Groups in Collective Settlements. Human Organization 1 September 1957; 16 (3): 2–6. doi: https://doi.org/10.17730/humo.16.3.j7717v6m74k74423
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