The effects of developmental network characteristics and develomental functions on career identity

경력정체성에 대한 개발지원관계망 특성과 개발지원기능의 효과 분석

  • Published : 2016.09.30


This study examined the cause-and-effect relationships among developmental network characteristics, developmental functions, and career identity. The study analyzed the data of employees with more than two years of experience and a college degree or over qualifications, from domestic companies. For analysis, the structural equation model was applied. Most of all, it was substantiated that the structural relationships among the developmental network characteristics, developmental functions, and career identity. The specific results were as follows. First, tie strength had a positive effect on all of developmental functions but psychosocial support mediated the relationship between the tie strength and career identity. Second, an indirect relationship between indicators of network diversity and identity was not found or the indirect relationship was very weak.


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