publication . Thesis . 2006

Regstellende aksie, aliënasie en die nie-aangewese groep

Hermann, Dirk Johannes;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2006
  • Publisher: North-West University
  • Country: Paraguay
Abstract
Thesis (Ph.D. (Industrial Sociology))--North-West University, Potchefstroom Campus, 2007. Affirmative action is a central concept in South African politics and the workplace. The Employment Equity Act divides society into a designated group (blacks, women and people with disabilities) and a non-designated group (white men and white women). In this study, the influence of affirmative action on alienation of the non-designated group was investigated. Guidelines were also developed for employers in order to lead the non-designated group from a state of alienation to that of commitment. Two research questions were investigated: • Does affirmative action lead to the ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Affirmative action, Designated group, Non-designated group, Alienation, Employment Equity Act, Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, Marx, Seeman, Blauner, Motivation, Work satisfaction, Work involvement, Organisation commitment
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