Sytuacyjne i środowiskowe różnice stosunku do pracy
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The paper is an empirical document of social differences in attitudes towards work (the emotional approach to certain values of the social system of the worker s company), assumed to be the differences existing between two samples: one from the industrial milieu and one from a small town society. Generally, the observed differences were considerable and favored the small town society. The other type of analyzed differences were defined as situational differences and referred to the deterioration of emotional attitudes towards work in the period of the social and economic crisis. A convincing comparison is made between the results of this study and respective data from the 1970’s. Conclusions from a variety of studies referring to attitudes towards work suggest that social variables and generalized situational variables influence the workers attitudes more than variables related to particular factors referring to the situation of work in the company (wages, content of work, social relations etc.) which have so far been the subject of the majority of studies.