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1.

site location

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

2.

Agency type

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

3.

task authority

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

4.

authority to est rules & procedures

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

5.

authority to make exceptions

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

6.

agency has clear goals

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

7.

frequency of client exceptions

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

8.

% time procedures deal with work

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

9.

do written rules specify tasks

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

10.

extent follow sop

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

11.

extent perform same tasks every day

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

12.

Tasks, day-to-day variety

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

13.

percent work is face-to-face

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

14.

working with clients, variety day-to-day

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

15.

easy to know if your work is correct

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

16.

% work sure of outcomes

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

17.

extent resources are adequate

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

18.

work load last month

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

19.

loyality to agency

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

20.

work compensation is fair

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

21.

administrators are paid fairly

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

22.

concerned about pay diff between workers and admin in agency

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

23.

concerned about pay diff between workers and admin in societ

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

24.

more concered with fair comp than fair treatment at work

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

25.

job satisfaction

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

26.

distribution rules

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

27.

role of govt is to help people

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

28.

govt benefits make people not want to work

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

29.

responsibility of govt to meet everyone

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

30.

high social and economic positions indicates special abiliti

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

31.

govt should provide only defense and police

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

32.

political views

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

33.

task authority scale

Taken from: Justice in the Delivery of Government Services [United States]: Decision Norms of Street-Level Bureaucrats in Select Southwest and Midwest U.S. Cities, 1996-1999 - Quantitative Questionnaire Data.

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