Privacy attitudes, employer surveillance practices, and worker behavioral intentions
"This study investigates which elements of privacy are most important in a work environment. The elements investigated are based on four of Pedersen's (1979) privacy dimensions. They include reserve, solitude, intimacy with friends/coworkers, and anonymity ... The study also investigates the intentions of individuals to change behaviors when under surveillance."--Introduction, page 3.
Engineering Management and Systems Engineering
M.S. in Engineering Management
University of Missouri--Rolla
ix, 120 pages
© 2003 Tara B. Nolley, All rights reserved.
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Privacy, Right of
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Nolley, Tara B., "Privacy attitudes, employer surveillance practices, and worker behavioral intentions" (2003). Masters Theses. 2340.
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