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Perceptions of organizational context and job attitudes: The mediating effect of organizational identification
Ngo H.; Loi R.; Foley S.; Zheng X.; Zhang L.
2013
Source PublicationAsia Pacific Journal of Management
ISSN2174561
Volume30Issue:1Pages:149
AbstractInformed by social exchange theory and social identity theory, we developed a conceptual model that examines the mediating role of organizational identification in the relationship between employees' perceptions of organizational context and their job attitudes. In our model, the antecedents include perceived organizational support (POS), procedural justice, and perceived job insecurity. The outcome variables consist of affective organizational commitment, job satisfaction, and intentions to leave. Our respondents were 591 workers employed in three different firms in China. The results of regression analyses showed that employees' job attitudes are affected by their perceptions of organizational context and organizational identification. Further, organizational identification was found to mediate the effects of POS on the outcome variables. © 2012 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC.
KeywordChinese employees Job attitudes Job insecurity Organizational identification Perceived organizational support Procedural justice
DOI10.1007/s10490-012-9289-5
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Language英语
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Ngo H.,Loi R.,Foley S.,et al. Perceptions of organizational context and job attitudes: The mediating effect of organizational identification[J]. Asia Pacific Journal of Management,2013,30(1):149.
APA Ngo H.,Loi R.,Foley S.,Zheng X.,&Zhang L..(2013).Perceptions of organizational context and job attitudes: The mediating effect of organizational identification.Asia Pacific Journal of Management,30(1),149.
MLA Ngo H.,et al."Perceptions of organizational context and job attitudes: The mediating effect of organizational identification".Asia Pacific Journal of Management 30.1(2013):149.
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