Antecedents and consequences of job crafting by school teachers (CD) (Record no. 209288)

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Classification number TH 2017-12
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Personal name Dash, Sanket Sunand
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Title Antecedents and consequences of job crafting by school teachers (CD)
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Place of publication, distribution, etc Ahmedabad
Name of publisher, distributor, etc Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad
Date of publication, distribution, etc 2017
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Dimensions 145 p.
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Summary, etc The effects of facilitating factors within a school, such as leadership style and psychological empowerment, on job crafting behavior of teachers were explored. Wrzesniewski and Dutton (2001) defined job crafting as employee-initiated actions that modify the task or relational boundaries of their work to make it more meaningful. Job crafting behavior has been variously linked to increase in personal meaningfulness of work and building of favorable work identities; thus, it was hypothesized that those who engage in job crafting will likely feel less alienated, that is, show lower levels of feelings of powerlessness, meaninglessness, normlessness and social isolation (Seeman, 1959). Given that job crafting has been found to be positively correlated with affective organizational commitment (Ghitulescu, 2007; Kirkendall, 2013) it was hypothesized that work alienation will mediate the effect of job crafting on affective organizational commitment. Job crafting was operationalized as the attempt of the teacher to increase structural and social resources and decrease hindering demands (Tims, Bakker & Derks, 2012). Six hundred and twenty four teachers working in 33 schools were administered a survey comprising established measures of psychological empowerment, empowering leadership, job crafting, work alienation and affective organizational commitment. Path analysis of the specified model showed that psychological empowerment partially mediated the effect of empowering leadership on proactively increasing structural resources while alienation partially mediated the effect of increasing structural resources on affective organizational commitment. The study discusses the research and practical implications of the findings.
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Job Crafting
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Psychological Empowerment
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Empowering Leadership
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Work Alienation
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Affective Organizational Commitment
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        Not for Issue Reference Vikram Sarabhai Library Vikram Sarabhai Library Audio Visual 23/04/2018 TH 2017-12 CD002582 23/04/2018 23/04/2018 Thesis (FPM)

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