Volunteer motivation

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This page is for exploring the motivations underlying volunteering.

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  1. ABS Voluntary work survey, 2000 ABS 4441.0
  2. Clary, E.G., & Snyder, M. (1991). A functional analysis of altruism and prosocial behavior: the case of volunteerism. In Clark, M.S. (ed). Prosocial behavior. Review of Personality and Social Psychology, 12, 119-148.
  3. Clary, E.G., & Snyder, M. (1999). The motivations to volunteer: theoretical and practical considerations. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 8, 156-159.
  4. Clary, E.G., Snyder, M. & Ridge, R. (1992). Volunteers' motivations: A functional strategy for the recruitment, placement, and retention of volunteers. Nonprofit Management & Leadership, 2, 333-350.
  5. Clary, E.G., Snyder, M., Ridge, R.D., Copeland, J., Stukas, A.A., Haugen, J., & Miene, P. (1998). Understanding and assessing the motivations of volunteers: a functional approach. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 74(6), 1516-1530.
  6. Cnaan, R.A., & Golderg-Glen, R.S. (1991). Measuring motivation to volunteer in human services. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 27, 269-284.
  7. Grube, J., & Piliavin, J.A. (1996). General and specific role identity in volunteer commitment. Unpublished manuscript, University of Wisconsin - Madison.
  8. Omoto, A.M. & Snyder, M. (1990).
  9. Omoto, A.M., & Snyder, M. (1995). Sustained helping without obligation: motivation, longevity of service, and perceived attitude change among AIDS volunteers. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 68(4), 671-686.

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