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Fuller, R. W. (2006).  All Rise: Somebodies, Nobodies, and the Politics of Dignity.
"A fundamental characteristic of a healthy work culture is that everyone, regardless of rank, exhibits a questioning attitude. The freedom to challenge any action, any condition, and any assertion cannot be maintained in an environment laced with rankism. Only by continually demonstrating respect for all opinions and those who hold them will an environment be maintained in which a spirit of inquiry can thrive." (p. 54)
Fuller, R. W. (2003).  Somebodies and Nobodies: Overcoming the Abuse of Rank.
"Institutional rank abuse skews the judgment of management and employees away from organizational goals toward self-aggrandizement in the first case, self-preservation in the latter." (p. 30)

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