Browsing by Subject "Affect"
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Personality and contextual antecedents of organizational citizenship behavior: A study of two occupational groups Authors:
Publisher and Date:(Cambridge Univ Press, 2014)This paper examines the impact of personality trait of dispositional affect and contextual variables of multiple commitments on organizational citizenship behaviors (OCBs) in two occupational groups. Three dimensions of OCBs were considered: helping civic virtue and sportsmanship behaviors. We used positive and negative affectivity scale to measure dispositional affect. For commitments we examined affective and normative organizational and occupational commitments. The data were collected from 180 ...
Publisher and Date:(Routledge Journals, 2018)The paper addresses the ways in which the cultural, the affective and the political intersect, counter and/or feed upon one another in the context of contemporary terror. Initially, building upon Machiavelli and Hobbes, we deal with the political significance of terror (and the fear it provokes), emphasizing its potentiality, which inscribes future within the present. Then we turn to an analysis of terror in the prism of securitization. Terror, in this respect, amounts to de-materialization (the ...