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Emotions and Identity

Emotions and Identity
Emotions and Identity
This volume focuses on the role of emotions in forming and sustaining identities at work, and the value of exploring these topics from various theoretical and methodological points of view. This volume recognizes the depth of emotion and identity at work by addressing these topics on individual, occupational, and social role levels
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Research on Emotion in Organizations
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  • Front Cover -- Emotions and Identity -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- About the Editors -- Introduction: Emotions and Identity -- The 2016 Emonet Conference -- Chapters -- Section 1: Identity, Anger, Diversity -- Section 2: Public Sector Settings -- Section 3: Gender, Emotions and Identity -- Section 4: Emotions and Identification with Work -- References -- Section 1: Identity, Anger, Diversity -- Chapter 1 Finding Positivity During a Major Organizational Change: In Search of Triggers of Employees' Positive Perceptions and Feelings -- Introduction -- Theoretical Framework -- Constructing Positive Identities in Organizations -- Research Design -- Data Collection -- Data Analysis -- Findings -- The Developmental Approach to Positive Identity -- Progressive Identity Development -- The Structural Perspective of Positive Identity -- Balanced and Complementary Identity Structure -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 2 Responding to Injustice: Perception, Anger, and Identification as Drivers of Collective Action -- Followers as Key Parties in the Leadership Process -- Social Identity Models of Leadership and Collective Action -- Perceptions of Injustice -- Follower Anger -- Intention to Engage in Collective Action -- Follower Identification and Perceptions of Group Efficacy -- A Model of Follower Perception, Anger, and Identification as a Pathway to Follower Collective Action -- Method -- Design -- Context -- Sample -- Measures -- Procedure -- Results -- Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA) -- Bivariate Correlations and Scale Reliabilities -- Hypothesis Tests -- Discussion -- Theoretical Implications -- Practical Implications -- Limitations and Directions for Further Research -- References -- Chapter 3 Experiences of Navigating Institutional Plurality - Social Position, Disposition, Emotions, and Apprehension -- Introduction
  • Theoretical Background -- Institutional Plurality -- Social Position and Disposition -- Emotions in Institutional Analysis -- Method -- Empirical Setting -- Research Strategy -- Data Collection -- Data Analysis -- Reflecting on Our Position in the Field -- Findings -- Hybridization of Institutional Logics and Organizational Change -- Hybridization of the Institutional Logics before the Organizational Change -- Hybridization of the Institutional Logics and Organizational Change -- Experiences of Institutional Plurality -- Faith: The Active Proponent of PhD Rights -- Macy: The Lonely Academic -- Charity: The Disappointed Volunteer -- Albert: The Constrained Academic -- Jim: The Opinionated Leader -- Christine: The Aspiring Reformer -- Discussion and Conclusion -- Contributions -- References -- Section 2: Public Sector Settings -- Chapter 4 Seeing Red? But for Whom? Exploring Experiences of Personal and Moral Anger in Nurses -- Introduction -- Background -- Forms of Anger -- Triggers of Workplace Anger in a Nursing Context -- Nurse-Patient Advocacy: Anger on Behalf of Others -- Justice and Fairness -- Goal Interference -- Framework for Exploring Workplace Anger -- Suppressed Anger: Not Crossing the Expression Threshold -- Expressed Anger: Crossing the Expression Threshold, But Not the Impropriety Threshold -- Methodology -- Sample -- Data Collection -- Data Analysis -- Findings -- Experiential Context -- Appropriate Conduct -- Perceptions of the Nursing Identity -- Experience and Expression of Anger -- Concern for Patient Welfare -- Conflict and Disrespect -- Summary of Findings -- Discussion -- Limitations and Future Research -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Chapter 5 Detached Concern, Me and My Clients - Professionals' Emotion Regulation, Burnout, and Patients' Care Quality at Work -- Introduction
  • The Concept of Detached Concern -- Types of Detached Concern -- Intrapersonal Relation of Detached Concern Types and Burnout -- Interpersonal Relation between Detached Concern Types and Patient Care Quality -- Method -- Participants and Procedure -- Measures -- Analytical Approach -- Results -- Confirmatory Factor Analysis -- Types of Detached Concern (Hypotheses 1a-e) -- Differences between the Detached Concern Types and Burnout (Hypotheses 2a-c) -- Detached Concern Types and Patient-Centered Care Quality (Hypothesis 3) -- Discussion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix -- Section 3: Gender, Emotions and Identity -- Chapter 6 Looking Beyond Biology: Does Psychological Sex-Role Matter More than Biological Sex for Emotional Intelligence? An Indian Perspective -- Introduction -- Sex-Roles in the Indian Context -- Sex-Role Development -- Sex-Roles, Emotionality, and Emotional Intelligence -- Method -- Participants -- Bem's Sex-Role Inventory (BSRI) -- Emotional Intelligence Appraisal (EIA) -- Procedure -- Results -- Demographic Details -- Sex-Role Orientation and Emotional Intelligence -- Discussion -- Limitations and Suggestions for Future Studies -- References -- Chapter 7 Examining the Relationship among Gender Role Orientation, Future-Oriented Emotions and subjective Entrepreneurial Success -- Introduction -- Literature Review -- Gender Roles and Entrepreneurial Success -- Gender Role and Anticipated Affect -- Anticipated Affect and Subjective Entrepreneurial Success -- The Mediating Effect of Anticipated Affect -- Method -- Participants and Procedures -- Measurement of Theoretical Constructs -- Gender Role Orientation -- Anticipated Positive and Negative Affect from Business Success -- Subjective Entrepreneurial Success -- Control Variables -- Analytical Strategy -- Results -- Descriptive Statistics and Preliminary Analyses
  • Hypothesis Testing -- Discussion and Directions for Future Research -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 8 Gender Self-Categorization, Emotions, and Experience of Aggression in a Male-Dominated Workforce -- Introduction -- A Male-Dominated Context and Female Prejudicial Attitudes -- Self-Categorization Theory -- Model and Hypothesis Development -- Gender Self-Categorization as a Moderator of Emotional Experience -- Powerful Emotional Experiences, Prejudicial Attitudes, and Gender -- Prejudicial Attitudes and the Experience of Aggressive Behavior -- Method -- Sample -- Measures -- Demographics -- Emotional Experiences -- Experience of Aggressive Behavior -- Implicit Measurement Test (Implicit Association Test) -- Procedure -- Results -- Gender and Prejudicial Attitudes -- Powerful Emotions and Prejudicial Attitudes -- Experience of Aggressive Behaviors and Prejudicial Attitudes -- Discussion -- Limitations -- Implications for Theory, Research and Practice -- References -- Section 4: Emotions and Identification with Work -- Chapter 9 Placing Relationships in the Foreground: The Role of Workplace Friendships in Engagement -- Introduction -- Theoretical Context -- Employee Engagement -- Disengagement -- Social Relationships -- Coming to an Understanding of Workplace Friendship as Relational Context -- Emotions at Work -- Workplace Friendship -- One Soul, Two Bodies -- Groups in Friendship -- Constant Diffraction and Entanglement -- Impact of Workplace Friendship -- Relational Context, Workplace Friendships and Friendship: The Same or Different? -- Case Study -- Case Study Discussion -- Conclusions -- Further Development - Researching Friendship in the Context of Engagement -- Acknowledgments -- References
  • Chapter 10 Developing Leadership Identity and Emotional Competencies in Higher Education: Methodological Insights and Empirical Evidence from the Italian Context -- Introduction -- Theoretical Background -- Leadership Development at an Early Stage -- The Intentional Change Theory -- The First Discovery: The Ideal Self -- The Second Discovery: The Real Self -- The Third Discovery: The Development of a Learning Agenda -- The Fourth Discovery: Experimentation and Practice -- The Fifth Discovery: Trusting Relationships -- The Case of CFCC -- Evidence from the Implementation of the ICT -- Results -- Discussion -- Limits and Future Lines of Research -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Chapter 11 The Role of Job Crafting and Affect in the Relationship between Non-Preferred Work Tasks and Contextual Performance -- Introduction -- The Nature of Non-Preferred Work Tasks -- A Model Linking Non-Preferred Work Tasks and Contextual Performance -- Non-Preferred Work Tasks and Contextual Performance -- Moderating Role of Job Crafting between Non-Preferred Work Tasks and Contextual Performance -- Moderating Role of Positive and Negative Affect between Non-Preferred Work Tasks and Contextual Performance -- Conclusion -- References -- Conference Reviewers -- Index
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