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ERG Social Values, By Occupation
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ERG Social Values, By Occupation

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  • 1. CONFORMITY & EXCLUSION OUTER-DIRECTED INNER-DIRECTED IDEALISM & INDIVIDUALITY INTRODUCING, THE FOUR QUADRANTS • Personal fulfillment through experimentations • Physical and moral well-being important • Care about being open to others, enriching experiences Experience & Personal Development • Conformist and materialistic values • Social success, displaying status • Seek clearly defined structures Social Success, Materialism & Pride • Feel excluded and lack purpose • Seek security, stability, leadership • Accept civil disobedience, violence Security, Stability & Exclusion • Personal independence and control • Adhere to ideals regarding social issues • Reject authority, conformity, materialism Autonomy & Well-being
  • 2. CONFORMITY & EXCLUSION OUTER-DIRECTED INNER-DIRECTED IDEALISM & INDIVIDUALITY Arts, Theatre, Leisure OCCUPATIONAL SECTORS (SELECT DATA) Telecommunications Education Mining Manufacturing Marketing, Advertising, PR
  • 3. SOCIAL VALUES (SELECT DATA) INTROSPECTION & EMPATHY Enthusiasm For Technology Marketing, Advertising, PR Skepticism Toward Big Business Technological Anxiety Rejection of Authority Advertising as Stimulus Enthusiasm for Consumption Utilitarian Consumerism Arts, Theatre, Leisure Telecommunications Education Mining Manufacturing Confidence in Big Business CONFORMITY & EXCLUSION OUTER-DIRECTED INNER-DIRECTED IDEALISM & INDIVIDUALITY

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