Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/124111
Type of publication: master thesis
Field of Science: Psichologija / Psychology (S006)
Author(s): Medišauskaitė, Asta
Title: Darbuotojo savęs vertinimo, socialinės identifikacijos su grupe ir suvokiamo teisingumo organizacijoje sąsajos
Other Title: The relationship between employee’s self-evaluation, social identification with group and perceived organizational justice
Extent: 83 p.
Date: 1-Jun-2011
Keywords: suvokiamas teisingumas;savęs vertinimas;socialinė identifikacija su grupe;self-evaluation;social identification with group;perceived organizational justice
Abstract: Tyrimo tikslas – ištirti darbuotojo savęs vertinimo, socialinės identifikacijos su grupe ir suvokiamo teisingumo darbe sąsajas. Tyrime dalyvavo 330 darbuotojų iš įvairių Kauno miesto organizacijų, 69.4% (229) moterų ir 30.6% (101) vyrų. Tiriamųjų amžius - nuo 17 iki 65 metų (M=37.19, SD=11.93). Tyrimo dalyviams buvo pateikiama anketa, sudaryta iš suvokiamo teisingumo darbe (angl. perceived organizational justice; Colquitt, 2001), savigarbos (angl. Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale), savo išvaizdos vertinimo (angl. The Multidimensional Body-Self Relations Questionnaire, MBSRQ; Cash, 2000; Brown et al., 1990) ir socialinės identifikacijos su grupe klausimynų (angl. A Three-Factor Model of Social Identity; Cameron, 2004). Tyrimo rezultatai atskleidė, jog darbuotojų geresnis savęs vertinimas bei stipresnė socialinė identifikacija su darbo grupe yra susiję su savo organizacijos kaip teisingesnės vertinimu. Taip pat darbuotojai, kurie geriau save vertina, stipriau identifikuojasi su savo darbo grupe, nei tie, kurie save vertina prasčiau. Apjungiant visus tiriamus reiškinius, pastebima, jog asmens savęs vertinimas prognozuoja suvokiamą organizacinį teisingumą per tarpinį kintamąjį - socialinę identifikaciją su grupe. Taip pat rezultatai atskleidžia, jog tiriamiems reiškiniams yra svarbi darbuotojo lytis ir užimama pozicija darbe.
The aim of this study was to assess the relationship between employee‘s self-evaluation, social identification with group, and perceived justice at work. The sample consisted of 330 employees from different organizations in Kaunas, Lithuania. 69.4% (229) of participants were women and 30.6% (101) were men. The mean age was 37 years (SD=11.93). The data were obtained from anonymous self-report questionnaires, consisted of Perceived Organizational Justice (Colquitt, 2001), Rosenberg Self-Esteem, The Multidimensional Body-Self Relations (Cash, 2000; Brown et al., 1990), and A Three-Factor Model of Social Identity (Cameron, 2004) scales. The results of this study revealed that employees who evaluate themselves better or identify with their work group stronger, perceive their organization as more justice. Also, the better self-evaluation employees have the stronger they identify with group at work. When all three variables were integrated into one model, data analysis showed that the relation between self-evaluation and perceived justice at work was mediated by social identification with group. Furthermore, the results revealed that gender and position within the organization are important characteristics analyzing self-evaluation, social identification with group and perceived organizational justice.
Internet: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/124111
Affiliation(s): Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:VDU, ASU ir LEU iki / until 2018

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