Does being positive work in a mediterranean collectivist culture? relationship of core self-evaluations to job satisfaction, life satisfaction, and commitment

Sait Gurbuz, Robert Costigan, Kadir Teke

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The vast majority of the core self-evaluations (CSE) studies has been conducted in Western cultures. In an attempt to extend this research into a different culture, the present study tested the factor structure of a Turkish version of the CSE scale and examined the relationship of CSE to job satisfaction, life satisfaction, and affective commitment. Data were collected in student (n = 216) and field samples (n = 321). The results confirmed the proposed one-factor structure of the Turkish version of the CSE scale as well as its convergent and discriminant validity. CSE (measured in time period 1) was significantly related to job satisfaction, life satisfaction, and affective commitment (measured in time period 2 which was three months later). The authors concluded that the CSE is predictive of key career-related outcomes in Turkey’s collectivist culture.
Originele taal-2English
Pagina's (van-tot)226-241
Aantal pagina's16
TijdschriftCurrent Psychology: A Journal for Diverse Perspectives on Diverse Psychological Issues
Volume40
Nummer van het tijdschrift1
DOI's
StatusPublished - 12 jul. 2018
Extern gepubliceerdJa

Keywords

  • discriminante validiteit
  • factorenstructuur
  • werktevredenheid
  • levenstevredenheid
  • psychometrie
  • toewijding
  • vertaling
  • zelfevaluatie
  • testbetrouwbaarheid

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