Monkey See Monkey Do: The Influence of Work Groups on the Antisocial Behavior of Employees Name Class: Subject: Teacher: Date: University: Monkey See Monkey Do: The Influence of Work Groups on the Antisocial Behavior of Employees The article “Monkey See, Monkey Do: The Influence of Work Groups on the Antisocial Behavior of Employees” written by Robinson and O’Leary-Kelly (1998) is a descriptive article analyzing the issue of antisocial behavior between employees of organization…
In the research article, the writers have taken support of three theoretical perspectives that are “the attraction-selection attrition perspective”, “social information processing theory” and “social learning theory”. The attraction-selection attrition theory states that people working in an organization set their behaviors according to the working environment of their organizations. This theory was supportive for Robinson and O'Leary-Kelly’s (1998) study as an environment is formed because of people of an organization and their attitudes affect the attitudes of their coworkers, so, this theory underlies the study. The second theory used in the study as a support for the study is social information processing theory that is people of an organization utilize information attained from their organizations for evaluating the happenings within an organization and to construct their behaviors and the outcomes of their behaviors. The third theory is social learning theory that deals with the concept of presence of role models in an organization. ...
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