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||Human Resource Management|
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||The Effects of Feminine Leadership on Role Performance─ Perceived Supervisor Support as a mediator variable|
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Perceived Supervisor Support
organizational citizenship behavior
||This study adopted the Feminine Leadership in organization level as the independent variable and the Role Performance in individual level as dependent variable.|
The Perceived Supervisor Support was a mediator between the independent and dependent variable to examine the mediating effects.
Feminine leadership in this research is defined as a broad interest in leadership with feminine characteristics, which is irrelevant to gender labeling and unrestricted to females.
This research employed the questionnaire suvey to collect the data. By surveying for subordinates, the researcher sent out 320 questionnaires and received 250 back with 202 valid. Due to the multi-level research framework, this research used SPSS and HLM as analysis tools to examine the relationships among the variables.
The result indicate that:First, Feminine Leadership has significant positive influences on Perceived Supervisor Support; second, the correlation between Perceived Supervisor Support and Role Performance is significant; third, the correlation between Feminine Leadership and Role Performance is weak significant; finally, Perceived Supervisor Support is also a mediator between the relationships for Feminine Leadership and Role Performance and has weak positive influences on them. Based on the results, this study proposed some empirical and practical suggestions.
||Liang-Chih Huang - chair|
Shyh-jer Chen - co-chair
Jin-Feng Uen - advisor
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