List of Tables I 9 List of Figures I u Acknowledgements 13 1 Introduction I 15 The Argument of This Work I 16 Is It Valid to Search for a Basic Human Motivation? I 20 Refining the Agent - Structure Analysis I 24 The Divisions of Micro, Meso and Macro Levels I 29 The Basic Questions to a Model of Motivation I 32 2 Macro-Level Problems I 35 The Structure of Society I 35 The Source of the Structures I 37 The Problem of Ultimate Primacy I 39 Social Change on the Macro-Level: Evolution I 42 Macro-Sociological Measures of Social Change I 44 Ranking Societies I 46 The Driving Force I 48 Macro-Level Theory and Motivation I 50 3 Meso-Level Problems I 51 The Structure of Organisations I 51 Structure as Formal Structure I 52· 6 A Model of Human Motivation for Sociology Structure as Informal Structure I 53 Structure as Motivational Structure I 57 The Direction and Character of Organisational Change 58 A Measure of Change in Organisations I 59 Ranking Organisations I 61 Development of Organisations Over Time I 62 4 A Model of Motivation: Towards a Better Founding of Macro and Meso Level Theory I 65 What Are the Dimensions of a Model of Motivation? I 65 The Basic Motivation of the Psyche: Three Views I 67 Personality as Biological Heritage I 68 Personality as Relations I 72 Personality as Existence I 78 Are the Three Different Views Compatible? I 81 The Basic Motivations I 93 A...
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