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Panahi, B, Moezzi, E, Preece, C, Zakaria, W, and Rogers, J, (2015) Predictor Role of Profession in Explaining Personal Value Priorities and Conflicts between Construction Stakeholders . Construction Economics and Building, 15(04), 45-62.

  • Type: Journal Article
  • Keywords: Construction stakeholders, project consultants, profession, personal values, conflict.
  • ISBN/ISSN: 2204-9029
  • URL: https://doi.org/10.5130/AJCEB.v15i4.4681
  • Abstract:
    This study investigated the relationship between “profession” and personal values to explain the potential conflicts between various groups of construction stakeholders. In this study, personal values of three professional groups of project consultants including architects, engineers, and quantity surveyors were assessed through questionnaire survey in the Malaysian construction industry. Using comparative analysis, the personal value priorities and conflicts between these professional groups of stakeholders were identified. The research findings indicated dissimilar patterns of personal values which explain potential conflicts between the stakeholders with different professions in the Malaysian construction industry. Therefore, this research confirmed the predictor role of “profession” variable in explaining personal values although this relationship was an ambiguous issue in the extant literature. This research, through identifying the value priorities of different groups of construction stakeholders, provides better understanding of their different needs, expectations, and preferences which would help project managers to have better perception of the potential conflicts between these groups of construction stakeholders.