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Job Satisfaction and Job Affect

Timothy A. Judge, Charles L. Hulin and Reeshad S. Dalal

in The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Psychology, Volume 1

Published in print July 2012 | ISBN: 9780199928309
Published online September 2012 | | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199928309.013.0015

Series: Oxford Library of Psychology

Job Satisfaction and Job Affect

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Job satisfactions—multidimensional psychological responses to one's job—have a long and rich tradition of research in psychology. Comparing and contrasting job attitudes with social attitudes, the present chapter presents various theoretical models of job attitudes. These theoretical approaches give rise to an integrative model which draws most heavily from the Cornell model of job attitudes. We then consider newer theoretical approaches, including engagement, affective events, personality, and unit-level satisfaction. Capitalizing on recent trends in personality, affect, and multilevel research, we also present a core self-evaluations multilevel model. We conclude with a discussion of measurement issues in job satisfaction research.

Keywords: Satisfaction; attitudes; job satisfaction; work attitudes; affect

Article.  21266 words. 

Subjects: Psychology ; Organizational Psychology ; Social Psychology

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