central life interest

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The motivations which lead workers, most of whom are seen as alienated, to seek either extrinsic or intrinsic satisfaction from their jobs. Used mainly by American sociologist Robert Dubin and his students in the study of the world-views of industrial workers. See also work, subjective experience of.

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