RELATIONSHIPS AMONG POWER DISTANCE, COLLECTIVISM, PUNISHMENT, AND ACQUIESCENT, DEFENSIVE, OR PROSOCIAL SILENCE
- RELATIONSHIPS AMONG POWER DISTANCE, COLLECTIVISM, PUNISHMENT, AND ACQUIESCENT, DEFENSIVE, OR PROSOCIAL SILENCE
- 이재훈; 데다하노브알리세르; 이도형
- EMPLOYEE SILENCE; ISSUES; PERFORMANCE; MANAGEMENT; CLIMATE; LOCUS; WORK; FIT
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- SOC PERSONALITY RES INC
- SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND PERSONALITY, v.42, no.5, pp.705 - 720
- We investigated the relationships among power distance, collectivism, punishment, and a multidimensional construct of silence. Participants were 628 full-time employees of 27 heavy-industry companies in South Korea. Confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation modeling were performed to test our hypothesized model. The results revealed that power distance induced acquiescent silence; however, power distance did not have any impact on defensive silence. Collectivism also generated acquiescent silence but did not influence prosocial silence; and punishment increased defensive silence.
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