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they answer attitude question. Hence, a stable attitude can result in variable attitude reports, depending on which aspect of the knowledge structure (attitude) is accessed. Others (e.g., Wilson, ) suggested that individuals may hold multiple attitudes about an object, accessing different ones.

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the strong attitudes are likely to affect persons behaviour and this makes the enthusiasm to study and know about attitudes. Research Objectives To know the employees’ attitude towards the organization. To know the reasons for the employees’ positive attitude.

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attitudes, behaviour and attainment. Using structural equation modelling based on a survey of 4, young people for whom we had attainment data as well as information on their reading enjoyment, attitudes and behaviour, we explored the validity of various possible models of relationships.

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1 Below we focus on the key variables that we use in this study and how they are created. Measuring attitudes. The British Social Attitudes Survey (BSA) is similar in purpose to the General Social Survey carried out by the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) in the United States.

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The employee attitude survey discloses how employees feel towards the company and reveals the causes of several problems, such as high absenteeism, fast turnover, conflicts and disputes within the .

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