v. d. Gablentz, O. H.
September 1952
Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie & Sozialpsychologie;1952/1953, Vol. 5, p262
Academic Journal
Conference Paper
A conference paper from the eleventh German Sociological Conference is presented on the topic of cells and cliques. The author discusses the "obvious" example that the schoolyard provides when discussing cliques and social relationships. Cells within the work environment have shown positive effects in productivity, as workers share their knowledge.


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