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motivational factors affecting different generations and their perception of a rewarding working
environment.  Among the many direct applications, the results of this study will attempt to answer
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  • WORK MOTIVATION INFLUENCED BY ECONOMIC AND PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS (a motivation research
    study)
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  • WORK MOTIVATION AND THE BABY BUSTER GENERATION
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The indent of the research is to examine the effect of non-economical factors that are
increasingly recognized to influence worker's motivation in the long run.  Understanding
the factors, if any, that will influence the shift in job motivation from economic rewards in
the short run to environmental (psychological) incentives in the long run.  
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WORK MOTIVATION INFLUENCED by
ECONOMIC and PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS

a research proposal

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I.        COMPLETE COPY:  $29,450.00 - paper format / Includes domestic or international
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Darius C Gavris.

II.        INTRODUCTION......................................................................2


III.        METHOD.................................................................................3
                                                                                                               (includes all three sections)

  • Subjects...........................................................................................8


  • Apparatus.....................................................................................12


  • Design............................................................................................16


IV.        HYPOTHETICAL RESULTS...........................................17
                                                                                                               (includes all 4 sections)

  • Statistical Analysis....................................................................17


  • Prediction of Results...............................................................18


  • Potential Applications..............................................................19


  • Future Research Consideration........................................21


V.        CONCLUSION/DISCUSSION............................................22


VI.        REFERENCE.........................................................................24


VII.        Appendix A. RESEARCH DESIGN..............................26


  • Statement of the Problem.....................................................26


  • Definition of Terms...................................................................26


  • Delimitations................................................................................27


  • Limitations....................................................................................27


  • Hypothesis....................................................................................28


VIII.        Appendix B. REVIEW OF LITERATURE.................29
                                                                                                               (includes all sections)
  • An Historical Overview - Economic and Psychological Perspectives........29


  • Economic Behavior.............................................................................................30
  • Theoretical Economics and Empirical Psychology...............................32
  • Approach to Experiments and Payments in Economics &
    Psychology.............................................................................................................34

  • Motivation - Concepts and Theories........................................................................37


  • Theories of Motivation.......................................................................................37
  • Intrinsic, Extrinsic, and Vicarious Motivation...........................................38

  • Satisfaction..........................................................................................................................40


  • Measuring Job Satisfaction.............................................................................42
  • Extent of Job Satisfaction.................................................................................42
  • Personal Characteristics and Job Satisfaction......................................43

  • Economic Perspective On Individual(s) Motivation Over Time....................48


  • Demand for Labor - Firms as Buyers of Labor Force........................48
  • Supply of Labor....................................................................................................49
  • Individuals and Households as Sellers of Labor Force.....................49
  • Does the Merit System Reflect Marginal Productivity of
    Workers?.................................................................................................................50
  • Work and Leisure Time - A Joint Maximization Problem....................51
  • Two and Three Feature Model of Joint Maximization.........................52
  • The Shift of Supply Curve - Influencing Factors...................................52

  • Psychological Perspective On Individual(s) Motivation Over Time............55


  • Initial State of Employment..............................................................................55
  • The Process of Adaptation.............................................................................55
  • The Transitional Stage.....................................................................................57
  • Job Status...............................................................................................................63
  • Loosing one's job - a repetitive process...................................................65

  • The influence of non-economic factors as a source of satisfaction..........66


  • Physical Working Conditions..........................................................................66
  • Work Sites...............................................................................................................67
  • Illumination..............................................................................................................68
  • Noise..........................................................................................................................70
  • Color..........................................................................................................................71
  • Temperature and Humidity..............................................................................72
  • Social Working Conditions: Relationship with co-workers................73
  • Facilitating factors...............................................................................................76

IX.        Appendix C.
   INFORMED CONSENT FORM
...................................78

X.        Appendix D.
   MOTIVATIONAL CHANGE IN A 30 YEAR
   PERIOD
................................................................................79

XI.        Appendix E.
    LIST OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC
    CONDITIONS BY CATEGORIES
.............................80

XII.        Appendix F.
JOB SATISFACTION QUESTIONNAIRE
..........................81

XIII.        Appendix G.
LIST OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND  
ECONOMIC CONDITIONS
.....................................................82

XIV.        Appendix H.
THEORIES OF MOTIVATION
..............................................83

  • Needs Hierarchy Theory..................................................................................83
  • ERG Theory...........................................................................................................84
  • Achievement Motivational Theory...............................................................86
  • Motivator-Hygiene (Two-Factor) Theory..................................................87
  • Job Characteristics Theory............................................................................88
  • VIE - Valence, Instrumentality, Expectancy Theory............................89
  • Equity Theory.......................................................................................................90
  • Goal-Setting Theory..........................................................................................91
  • The High Performance Cycle........................................................................92

XV.        Appendix I.
THE WAGE STRUCTURE
.....................................................94


XVI.        BIBLIOGRAPHY................................................................95
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