Social Exchange Under Fire: Direct and Moderated Effects of Job Insecurity on Social Exchange

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This study is concerned with the impact of job insecurity on the vital social exchange relationship between employee and employer. Specifically, it explored the relationship between job insecurity and two important social exchange outcomes—organizational commitment and organizational citizenship behavior. Moreover, it assessed the moderating effects of individual factors (communal orientation and powerlessness) and situational factors (trust in management, procedural fairness, and organizational support) on these relationships.

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Bultena, Charles D. (Charles Dean) May 1998.

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This study is concerned with the impact of job insecurity on the vital social exchange relationship between employee and employer. Specifically, it explored the relationship between job insecurity and two important social exchange outcomes—organizational commitment and organizational citizenship behavior. Moreover, it assessed the moderating effects of individual factors (communal orientation and powerlessness) and situational factors (trust in management, procedural fairness, and organizational support) on these relationships.

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Bultena, Charles D. (Charles Dean). Social Exchange Under Fire: Direct and Moderated Effects of Job Insecurity on Social Exchange, dissertation, May 1998; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc278227/: accessed August 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .