Eberly College of Arts and Sciences
The research reported in this paper is an effort to shed empirical light on traditional accountability in a cross-cultural perspective. Because of the suspicion of a connection between the persistence of the issue in the United States and indigenous cultural factors (most notably the uniquely enduring influence of the Protestant ethic) it was decided to investigate the issue through a comparison of some of the accountability practices of American social agencies with those outside the United States. This study compares the operation of certain accountability dynamics in samples of social agencies in the Appalachian region of the United States and in the Republic of South Korea.
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Lohmann, Roger A., "Social Agency Accountability in Two Cultures" (1989). Faculty Scholarship. 772.