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URN etd-0204109-195833
Author Tong-zong Li
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Department Institute of Human Resource Management
Year 2008
Semester 1
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title Paternalistic Leadership and Subordinate Emotion Responses
: The traditional psychological of subordinate
Date of Defense 2009-01-18
Page Count 78
Keyword
  • respect.
  • paternalistic leadership
  • anger
  • psychological traditional
  • happy
  • shame
  • Abstract Since the theory of paternalistic leadership was established, an increasing number of empirical studies have proved that Chinese of enterprises in the organization does have a unique act of paternalistic leadership. So a leader in the leadership behavior displayed at the same time, their subordinates would die behavior, such as: authoritarian leadership: dependence and compliance, benevolence leadership: gratitude and repay, moral leadership: respect and identification. However, it has been for years of paternalistic leadership research, mostly emphasis in leadership behavior and performance of their subordinates, but less emotion involved subordinates reaction. Therefore, the study director of the paternalistic leadership and subordinate emotion, respectively in charge of the authoritarian leadership behaviors and subordinates anger and shame response to emotional responses, benevolence leadership behaviors and subordinates happy emotional responses, moral leadership behaviors and subordinates respect emotional responses, to explore the tradition of his subordinates on the emotional reaction of the psychological adjustment; and subordinates own sense of perception, to discusse the subordinate changes in emotional responses relationship.
    Total valid 300 subordinates to carry out research are found that: (a) the traditional psychological adjustment subordinates will anger and shame response to emotional responses; traditional psychological reaction to the anger was not significant, but a significant emotional reaction of shame. (B) Subordinates own consciousness and traditional psychological adjustment subordinates at the same time anger and shame response to emotional responses; high traditional subordinate own psychological, emotional reaction of shame have a significant effect of regulation.Finally, direction for follow-up studies are offered,the implications for leadership theory and practice are also discussed.
    Advisory Committee
  • jthuang Hwang - chair
  • I-Heng Chen - co-chair
  • Chin-Kang Jen - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2009-02-04

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