不満生起事態における部下の議論統合的対処の促進要因に関する検討 [in Japanese] A study on factors to accelerate integrating upward influence behavior in situations of dissatisfaction [in Japanese]
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Subordinates sometimes feel dissatisfaction regarding work-related instruction from their superiors. In such situations, what condition facilitates the subordinates' choice of constructive behavior, such as integrative coping? Analysis 1 suggested that the superior-subordinate relationship and the perceived organization system were important factors that affected the subordinates' choice of integrating behavior toward their superiors. The results of analysis 2 supported hypotheses that the degree of incongruence between the subordinates and their superiors on the orientation influenced the subordinates' attribution tendencies to the superior- or relationship-factor, which affected their choice of integrating behavior. These results suggest that it is important to foster interpersonal relationships that can have superiors and subordinates establish communication to share reciprocal orientation and to maintain the organizational environment to support the interaction.
- Japanese Journal of Social Psychology
Japanese Journal of Social Psychology 21(3), 201-212, 2006
The Japanese Society of Social Psychology