Chapter 7 INC - • Individualization • Socialization...

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Chapter Seven – Assimilation Process Social Influence in Action One of the most obvious consequences of information and effect dependence is the tendency for group members to conform to the social norms that have been established. Motives for Social Conformity The motives for social conformity vary across situations and can be classified as follows: Compliance (involves effect dependence) Identification (involves information dependence) Internalization (involves internal forces) Assimilation Is the ongoing behavioral and cognitive processes by which individuals join, become integrated into, and exit organizations. Assimilation is a dual process of:
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Unformatted text preview: • Individualization • Socialization Models of Socialization Phases of Socialization Content of socialization and Proactive Socialization Few tactics • Feedback-seeking • Information-seeking • Observation • Behavioural self-management • Relationship building • Job change negotiation • Involvement in work-related activities • Career-enhancing strategies • Informal mentor relationships Communication processes during Assimilation • The Employment Interview • Newcomer Information-Seeking Tactics • Role Development Processes • Organizational Exit...
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2012 for the course POL 2107 taught by Professor Bourgault during the Spring '08 term at University of Ottawa.

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