Investigator: Jutta Allmendinger and Richard Hackman.
Population: Symphony orchestra musicians in Germany, the U.K., and the U.S.
Identification method: Unavailable in secondary source reviewed (Sociological Abstracts AN9413687).
Sampling procedure: Unavailable in secondary source reviewed.
N and Response rate: N=992. Response rate unavailable in secondary source reviewed.
Publications: Allmendinger, Jutta and Richard Hackman. 1994. "Akzeptanz oder Abwehr? Die Integration von Frauen in professionelle Organisationen." Kolner Zeitschrift fur Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, 46(2): 238-258.
Allmendinger, Jutta, J. Richard Hackman and Erin Lehman. 1994. Life and Work in Symphony Orchestras. Harvard Business School, Report 7.
Allmendinger, Jutta and J. Richard Hackman. 1995. "The More, the Better? A Four-nation Study of the Inclusion of Women in Symphony Orchestras." Social Forces 74: 423-60.
Allmendinger, Jutta and J. Richard Hackman. 1996. "Organizations in Changing Environments: The Case of East German Orchestras." Administrative Science Quarterly 41: 337-69.
Allmendinger, Jutta, J. Richard Hackman, and Erin V. Lehman. 1996. "Life and Work in Symphony Orchestras." The Musical Quarterly 80: 194-219.
Summary: "A comparative multivariate study of musicians in 78 symphony orchestras in the US and Europe. The study examined the effects of gender composition and national gender culture on individual motivation and satisfaction, the quality of relationships between musicians, and the functioning of the orchestras" (Sociological Abstracts AN9413687).