Workers’ Social Perceptions

  • Max Ralis


A person functions in his community, region, country and the world within a context nourished by information channelled through lines of communications at his disposal. Workers’ perceptions of their own condition develop and form, like those of everyone else, by what they observe, hear, feel and compare, and by aspirations fulfilled and lost. How are Soviet workers reacting to their circumstances? What are the important factors influencing their perceptions?


Skilled Worker Foreign Currency Agricultural Worker Unskilled Worker Social Perception 
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  1. 1.
    Renato Tagiuri, Person Perception and Interpersonal Behavior (Stanford University Press, 1958) p. 317.Google Scholar
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    Hadley Cantril, Soviet Leaders and Mastery Over Man (Rutgers University Press, 1960) p. 110.Google Scholar

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© Leonard Schapiro and Joseph Godson 1984

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