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Relationship among Work-family Conflict, Anger Regulation, and Organizational Commitment

직장인의 직장-가정갈등과 분노조절 및 조직몰입의 관계

  • Kim, Chan-Won (Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, Sungkyunkwan University) ;
  • Ju, Haewon (School of Convergence Studies, Andong National University)
  • 김찬원 (성균관대학교 미디어커뮤니케이션학과) ;
  • 주해원 (국립안동대학교 창의융합학부)
  • Received : 2019.12.24
  • Accepted : 2020.02.20
  • Published : 2020.02.28

Abstract

The present study was to examine the relationship among work-family conflict, anger regulation, and organizational commitment. Four-hundred and eighty-seven workers completed the instruments assessing work-family conflict, anger regulation, and organizational commitment. The results showed that work-family conflict was negatively related to organizational commitment, but not significantly linked to anger regulation, and anger regulation was positively related to organizational commitment. It might be possible to address clearly the relationship among work-family conflict, anger regulation, and organizational commitment, especially the mediation effect of anger regulation, using a large sample.

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Supported by : Andong National University

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