Unformatted text preview: people tend to resist being a part of the organization. Examples are prisons and mental hospitals (see Appelbaum and Chambliss, 1997:88). 2. Utilitarian Organizations Utilitarian organizations see individuals conforming to organization standards because organizations pay them to be a part of that organization. Of course, most jobs are utilitarian (see Appelbaum and Chambliss, 1997:88). 3. Normative Organizations Normative organizations are based on a shared moral commitment. People conform to the organizations standards out of a positive sense of obligation. Normative organizations include political parties, religious organizations, and fraternities (see Appelbaum and Chambliss, 1997:88)....
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