Perkembangan Topik Penelitian Eskalasi Komitmen dan De-eskalasi Komitmen
Keywords:Escalation, de-escalation, commitment, mapping, development.
AbstractThis article portrays the development of research topic related to escalation and de-escalation commitment for nearly 36 years since the fenomenal research in escalation commitment pioneered by Staw (1976). The research has also become the main reference in several subsequent studies related to escalation commitment. Through the mapping of a number of studies on escalation and de-escalation is expected to provide the researh status to date and some venues for the future research.
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