Vol. 7 No. 4 (2019): Business & Management Studies: An International Journal
Articles

THE EFFECT OF SELF-DIRECTION ACTION ON IDENTIFICATION WITH SUPERVISOR AND AFFIRMATIVE COMMITMENT

Murat TAŞOVA
Dr., İstanbul Commerce University
Mustafa Emre CİVELEK
Assist. Prof. Dr., İstanbul Commerce University
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Published 2019-09-24

Keywords

  • Self-Direction Action,
  • Identification to Supervisor,
  • Affirmative Commitment
  • Kendini Yönetme Davranışı, Yöneticinin Değerlerinin Özdeşleştirilmesi, Duygusal Bağlılık

How to Cite

TAŞOVA, M., & CİVELEK, M. E. (2019). THE EFFECT OF SELF-DIRECTION ACTION ON IDENTIFICATION WITH SUPERVISOR AND AFFIRMATIVE COMMITMENT. Business & Management Studies: An International Journal, 7(4), 1740-1750. https://doi.org/10.15295/bmij.v7i4.1161

Abstract

Identification with supervisor and affirmative commitment are some of the emotional behaviors of employees. Self-direction action value is one of the ten basic values of Schwartz value classification. Self-direction action is related to autonomy of thought and represents the cognitive behaviors of employees. This research aims to demystify the effect of self-direction action on identification with supervisor and affirmative commitment. The importance of this study is to reveal the mechanism behind the relationship between cognitive and emotional behaviors. The research hypotheses put forward a negative relation between self-direction action and identification with supervisor and affirmative commitment. The hypotheses have been supported based on the results of the analyses. Self-Direction Action (SDA) has a negative effect on Identification with Supervisor (IDS) and on Affirmative Commitment (AFC).

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