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Journal Article

Cosmopolitanism, Dependence-Identification, and Geographical Mobility

Mark Abrahamson
Administrative Science Quarterly
Vol. 10, No. 1, Special Issue on Professionals in Organizations (Jun., 1965), pp. 98-106
DOI: 10.2307/2391652
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2391652
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Cosmopolitanism, Dependence-Identification, and Geographical Mobility
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Abstract

This study, focusing on academic scientists, indicates that geographical mobility is associated with both cosmopolitanism and family dependence-identification. The greatest variation in mobility, however, is explained when cosmopolitan orientations are supported by a corresponding low dependence-identification. This result is interpreted as indicating that attitudes are most apt to be translated into overt behavior when they are supported by underlying personality needs.

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