Published by Arno Press, New York, 1980
Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Slight wear. Crisp hardcover.; "It is a study focussing on the elites, on the organizational struction, and on the processes of decision making and of establishing consensus in the Kibbutz." - Introduction. Contents: Introduction; Chapter I: Changin Kibbutz in a Changing Society; Ch II: The Kibbutz - Ideology and Structure; Ch III: Values and the Organizational Structure; Ch IV: The Natural History of a Kibbutz; Ch V: The Natural History of the Organizational Structure of the Kibbutz (A Case Study of the Fuctional Differentiation of Elites); Ch VI: The Organizational Structure of an Older Kibbutz: The Instrumental Wing; Ch VII: The Organizational Structure of an Older Kibbutz: The Expressive Wing; Ch VIII: The Organizational Structure and the Community; Appendix A: Sources and Techniques; Appendix B: On the Use of Psychological Terminology for Organizational Analysis; Bibliography. ; Dissertations on Sociology; 287 pages.