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Changing experiences of work dirtiness, occupational disidentification, and employee withdrawal Journal article
Journal of Applied Psychology, 2018,Volume: 103,Issue: 10,Page: 1086-1100
Authors:  Schaubroeck,John M.;  Lam,Long W.;  Lai,Jennifer Y.M.;  Lennard,Anna C.;  Peng,Ann C.;  Chan,Ka Wai
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Dirty Work  Leadership  Occupational Disidentification  Withdrawal Behavior  Work Dirtiness  
Defining who you are not: The roles of moral dirtiness and occupational and organizational disidentification in affecting casino employee turnover intention Journal article
JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH, 2013,Volume: 66,Issue: 9,Page: 1659-1666
Authors:  Jennifer Y.M.Lai;  K.W.Chan;  Long W.Lam
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Intention To Quit  Dirty Work  Moral Dirtiness  Occupational Disidentification  Organizational Disidentification  
Defining who you are not: The roles of moral dirtiness and occupational and organizational disidentification in affecting casino employees’ turnover intention Journal article
Journal of Business Research, 2013,Volume: 66,Issue: 9,Page: 1659-1666
Authors:  Lai, Jennifer Y. M.;  Chan, K. W.;  Lam, Long W.
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Organizational Disidentification  Dirty Work  Moral Dirtiness  Occupational Disidentification  Intention To Quit