The findings using HLM showed a weak effect of organizational justice on the outcome variables, and a stronger effect of perceived organizational support and psychological contract breach.
We considered 12 rights based on Human Rights and the 13 socio-political groups most relevant to Spain.
Religiosity was assessed through affiliation with religious denomination and through response to 7 questions concerning belief and practice. This investigation pointed out the need for inservice training for educators in communication skills, adolescent and spiritual development.
Frequency of community service substantially increased predictability of these variables over and above background characteristics and part-time work involvement. Data was gathered through the following methods: The implications of the findings, especially in light of the generally inconsistent research on the consequential dimension of religion, are discussed.
Confirmatory factor analyses replicated in adolescents the 2 religiosity factors of personal devotion and personal conservatism previously identified by Kendler among adults, although the 2 factors were more highly correlated in adolescents than in adults.
There were several significant correlations between ideological and interpersonal forms of identity and self-esteem. A series of 2 Context x 2 Gender x 4 Grade ANCOVA procedures controlling for religious orientation and religious attendance were performed on subscales of ideological, interpersonal, and ethnic identity.
We review empirical research on the role of religion and spirituality in the lives of African Americans with an eye toward illuminating the affective, cognitive, and behavioral mechanisms through which religion and spirituality shape individual, family, and communal relationships across the developmental span.
The 70 respondents in the study were voluntary and their survey responses anonymous. Analysis indicated that 1 regardless of sex, High Nonorganizational and Intrinsic religiosity was associated with lower reported rates of academic dishonesty, and 2 there was an interaction between Organizational religiosity and sex, with High Organizational women;Ind men reporting similar rates of academic dishonest.
Observes that nearly all the patients reported having a chaplain-led spiritual group that they perceived as a helpful part of the therapeutic milieu.
Subjects were asked open-ended questions about their most memorable Jewish cultural and life experiences, what connected them to the Jewish community, feelings about the Holocaust, whether or not they expected to marry someone Jewish, feelings about Israel, and other questions related to their Jewish identities.
The findings showed a strong positive relationship between the two social exchange variables and all three outcome variables. The present study consists of random samples from two public schools in the inner-city of a large metropolitan area on the East coast, involving adolescents, and random samples from three rural public high schools in a state in the South involving adolescents.
Potential moderating influences of religious orthodoxy, religious attendance, grade, and gender were found to not operate between identity and religious orientation. It comprises of Individual determinants, Structural determinants, Environmental determinants, Process variables and correlates.
Adolescent Girls and a Theological Anthropology of Difference. This project analyzes and compares the God-images of three children, each distinguished by a different parental figure: Although the transmission of religiousness has been assumed to be purely cultural, behavior genetic studies have demonstrated that genetic factors play a role in the individual differences in some religious traits.
An Ecological and Life-Course Perspective. Responses from a nationally representative sample of 13, high school seniors were analyzed to identify predictors of normative, unconventional, and deviant orientations among youth. No gender differences were observed. Precedent adolescent spirituality literature, current follow-up and discipleship material, a survey of youth professionals, ten Christian life interviews, and a panel of experts served to guide the development of the Spiritual Growth Factor Survey, an updated Likert scale revision of two previous works by Zuck and Getz and Lamport Study 2 was conducted among Jewish high school students living in Ontario, Canada.
Female teens who would serve missions tended to be more religiously active than non-missionaries. This study sought to determine what relationships exist among the frequency of involvement and the power of influence of twenty factors of spiritual growth and the Paloutzian-Ellison Spiritual Well-being Scale and the Bassett et al.
Ss were followed from grade to explore the developmental pathways across the years of early adolescence, giving particular attention to changing influences among farm and nonfarm rural youth.
Challenging Global Identity Assumptions. One hundred and seventy-three subjects from three denominational groups in British Columbia, Canada, participated in the study who were converted during their teen years thirteen to nineteen inclusive and currently twenty-nine years or younger.
They were recruited either by contact from professionals who work with individuals in the gay community or through advertisements in the gay community and in the gay-oriented media.Biodiesel is an alternative renewable liquid fuel that can be used in any diesel engine without prior modification and has as well as focusing on the social attitudes and opinions towards biodiesel and public opinion about its relationship to the increase in A series of four nested models were tested to identify the best model.
utilized to test the model of the determinants of brand sensitivity in organizational buying contexts.
Results suggest that the level of intangibility is the key determinant of brand. Relationship commitment has often be posited as an outcome of relationship quality, alternative attractiveness, Our pilot study indicates that a four-item reflective measure of commitment demonstrates good psychometric properties when applied to all three relationships in a service setting.
Competing models of relationship commitment in. A two-sided coin Mapping perceptions of the pros and cons of relationship commitment Testing structural equation models Reconsidering attractions and barriers as determinants of commitment in a relationship.
In Adams J. M., Jones W. H. (Eds.), Handbook of interpersonal commitment and relationship stability. The implications of direct participation for organisational commitment, job satisfaction and affective psychological well-being: a longitudinal analysis This view inspired extensive research on the determinants and consequences of ‘organisational An alternative view is that higher employee participation may affect employee attitudes.
Personal Relationships, 10 (), 37^ Printed in the United States of America. Copyright # IARR. /02 Commitment and its theorized determinants: A meta-analysis of the Investment Model BENJAMIN LE AND CHRISTOPHER R. AGNEW Purdue University Abstract We conducted a meta-analysis of Rusbult’s Investment Model of commitment.Download