The emergence of a new generation of workers in Turkish industry: an examination of age related differences.
Nichols, Theo and Sugur, Nadir and Tasiran, Ali Cevat and Sugur, Serap (2002) The emergence of a new generation of workers in Turkish industry: an examination of age related differences. Working paper (University College, Cardiff. School of Social Sciences) , 21 . Cardiff University, School of Social Sciences, Cardiff. ISBN 1872330592
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This paper explores the possible effects of the increasing exposure to modernity on younger workers in some sectors of developing countries with special reference to those employed in advanced manufacturing in Turkey. In recent decades Turkey has undergone considerable urbanisation, improvements in literacy and rising levels of formal education. The paper systematically examines differences in the work-related attitudes and expectations, commitment and aspirations of younger and older workers,who have been exposed to these processes to different degrees. The hypothesis is broadly confirmed that younger workers have higher expectations and aspirations that make them relatively less satisfied with a number of aspects of their work and which are likely to make for a less committed more critical workforce.
|Research Areas:||Middlesex University Schools and Centres > Business School > Economics and International Development|
|Deposited On:||16 Mar 2010 16:01|
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