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One can define this variable, as Day and Hamblin do, as ‘the personal estimation of the degree to which one’s presentation of self is creditable and successful’; but one should add, within the constraints of a given social context. A person can have different amounts of self-esteem in different contexts. When self-esteem is low, one’s self image will be more vulnerable to the threats of supervisory behavior. But the relevance of self-esteem is determined by whether the work situation is deemed important.

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