English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: Influence of social and work exchange relationships on organizational citizenship behavior, The Cardona, Pablo; S. Lawrence, Barbara; M. Bentler, Peter

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  • Influence of social and work exchange relationships on organizational citizenship behavior, The
Author
  • Cardona, Pablo
  • S. Lawrence, Barbara
  • M. Bentler, Peter
Physical Description
  • preprint
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  • Previous studies explain situational antecedents of OCB using social exchange theory. However, the effects of factors such as perceptions of job characteristics on OCB seem to require a different explanatory mechanism. We propose that these effects can be explained through a new exchange relationship that we call work exchange. We develop a theory for the situational antecedents of OCB that includes economic, work, and social exchange relationships. The theory is tested using structural equations.
  • exchange relationship; organizational citizenship behavior; organizational commitment; perceived organizational support; job characteristics;
  • RePEc:ebg:iesewp:d-0497
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  • English
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