Yıl: 2005 Cilt: 19 Sayı: 1-2 Sayfa Aralığı: 81 - 98 Metin Dili: Türkçe İndeks Tarihi: 29-07-2022

The Effects of Organizational Communication and Commitment on Organizational Identification: A Sectoral Comparison

Öz:
Bu çalışma, örgütsel iletişim ve bağlılığın örgütsel kimlik algısı üzerindeki etkilerini incelemektedir. Hizmet ve imalat endüstrisinde faaliyet gösteren firmalar örnekleme dahil edilmiştir. Yapılan analiz neticesinde, imalat endüstrisinde görev iletişimi örgütsel kimlik algısı üzerinde anlamlı etkiye sahipken, hizmet endüstrisinde kariyer iletişiminin örgütsel kimlik algısı üzerinde anlamlı etkisinin olduğu bulunmuştur. Bunların yanında sonuçlar, örgütsel iletişim ve kimlik algısı ile birlikte ele alındığında, duygusal bağlılığın örgütsel iletişim ve çalışanların kimlik algısı arasında tam ara değişken etkisi yarattığını göstermiştir. Bu çalışmada ayrıca, örgütsel iletişim ve bağlılığın örgütsel kimlik algısını artırıcı yöndeki etkileri de tartışılmıştır.
Anahtar Kelime: örgütsel iletişim sektörel farklılıklar kurumsal kimlik karşılaştırma örgütsel bağlılık

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Örgütsel İletişim ve Bağlılığın, Örgütsel Kimlik Algısı Üzerindeki Etkileri: Sektörel Bir Karşılaştırma

Öz:
This study examines the effects of organizational communication and commitment on organizational identification. We draw samples from organizations operating in service and manufacturing industries. In the analysis, career communication is found to be related significantly to organizational identification in the service industry, while task communication is related significantly to organizational identification in the manufacturing industry. The results also suggest that affective commitment, when combined with organizational communication and identification, fully mediates the relationship between organizational communication and employees' identification with the organization. This study has also some conclusions about the roles of organizational communication and commitment in fostering organizational identification.
Anahtar Kelime: organizational identity comparison organizational commitment organizational communication sectoral differens

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Belge Türü: Makale Makale Türü: Araştırma Makalesi Erişim Türü: Erişime Açık
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ISNAD ERTÜRK, ALPER vd. "The Effects of Organizational Communication and Commitment on Organizational Identification: A Sectoral Comparison". (2005), 81-98.
APA ERTÜRK A, DEMİRCAN ÇAKAR N, CEYLAN A (2005). The Effects of Organizational Communication and Commitment on Organizational Identification: A Sectoral Comparison. Bogazici Journal: Review of Social, Economic and Administrative Studies, 19(1-2), 81 - 98.
Chicago ERTÜRK ALPER,DEMİRCAN ÇAKAR NİGAR,CEYLAN Adnan The Effects of Organizational Communication and Commitment on Organizational Identification: A Sectoral Comparison. Bogazici Journal: Review of Social, Economic and Administrative Studies 19, no.1-2 (2005): 81 - 98.
MLA ERTÜRK ALPER,DEMİRCAN ÇAKAR NİGAR,CEYLAN Adnan The Effects of Organizational Communication and Commitment on Organizational Identification: A Sectoral Comparison. Bogazici Journal: Review of Social, Economic and Administrative Studies, vol.19, no.1-2, 2005, ss.81 - 98.
AMA ERTÜRK A,DEMİRCAN ÇAKAR N,CEYLAN A The Effects of Organizational Communication and Commitment on Organizational Identification: A Sectoral Comparison. Bogazici Journal: Review of Social, Economic and Administrative Studies. 2005; 19(1-2): 81 - 98.
Vancouver ERTÜRK A,DEMİRCAN ÇAKAR N,CEYLAN A The Effects of Organizational Communication and Commitment on Organizational Identification: A Sectoral Comparison. Bogazici Journal: Review of Social, Economic and Administrative Studies. 2005; 19(1-2): 81 - 98.
IEEE ERTÜRK A,DEMİRCAN ÇAKAR N,CEYLAN A "The Effects of Organizational Communication and Commitment on Organizational Identification: A Sectoral Comparison." Bogazici Journal: Review of Social, Economic and Administrative Studies, 19, ss.81 - 98, 2005.
ISNAD ERTÜRK, ALPER vd. "The Effects of Organizational Communication and Commitment on Organizational Identification: A Sectoral Comparison". Bogazici Journal: Review of Social, Economic and Administrative Studies 19/1-2 (2005), 81-98.