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姓名 鍾玉真(Yu-Chen Chung)  查詢紙本館藏   畢業系所 人力資源管理研究所在職專班
論文名稱 個人分離偏好、非上班時間資通訊科技使用,及工作家庭衝突- 邊界控制之調節效果
(The Relationships among Segmentation Preference, Usage of ICT in Non-Working Times and Work-Family Conflict - the Moderating Effect of Boundary Control)
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摘要(中) 本研究目的為探討非上班時間使用ICT執行工作任務程度的使用在個體的分離偏好及工作家庭衝突關係,以及邊界控制在非上班時間使用ICT執行工作任務程度與工作家庭衝突之間所扮演的調節效果。
本研究採用問卷調查法,共回收244份有效配對樣本。研究結果顯示,分離偏好對工作家庭衝突有正向的影響;分離偏好對非上班時間使用ICT執行工作任務程度有負向的影響;非上班時間使用ICT執行工作任務程度對工作家庭衝突有正向的影響;非上班時間ICT使用程度在分離偏好及工作家庭衝突之間具有中介效果;但邊界控制會調節非上班時間ICT使用程度與工作家庭衝突的正向關係並不成立。
摘要(英) This study was to investigate the relationship between using ICT in non-working time, segmentation preference and work-family conflict. We also examine the moderating effect of boundary control between using ICT in non-working time and work-family conflict.
This research surveyed employees in a manufacturing company and collected 244 valid samples. The result shows that segmentation preference has significantly positive effects on work-family conflict; segmentation preference has significantly negative effects on using ICT in non-working time; using ICT in non-working time has significantly positive effects on work-family conflict; the relationship between segmentation preference and work-family conflict will be mediated by using ICT in non-working time and moderating effect of boundary control has no significant effect on the relationship of using ICT in non-working time and work-family conflict.
關鍵字(中) ★ 資訊通訊科技
★ 職家衝突
★ 工作-家庭衝突
★ 分離偏好
★ 邊界控制
關鍵字(英) ★ Information and Communication Technology
★ work-family conflict
★ Segmentation Preference
★ Boundary Control
論文目次 第一章 緒論 1
第一節 研究動機 1
第二節 研究目的 3
第二章 文獻探討 5
第一節 工作家庭衝突 5
第二節 邊界、分離偏好與工作家庭衝突的關係 7
(一) 邊界(Boundary)的概念及特徵 7
(二) 分離偏好(Segmentation Preference) 9
第三節 ICT使用與工作家庭衝突的關係 11
(一) ICT使用與工作家庭衝突 11
(二) 工作要求-需求資源(Job Demand-Resources)倦怠模型 13
第四節 邊界控制(Boundary Control)的調節作用 15
第三章 研究方法 17
第一節 研究架構及研究假設 17
第二節 樣本來源 18
第三節 研究變項量表定義 18
第四節 分析方法 21
第四章 研究結果 22
第一節 描述性統計分析 22
第二節 信度分析 23
第三節 相關係數分析 24
第四節 中介效果分析檢定 27
第五節 調節效果檢定 29
第五章 研究結論與建議 32
第一節 結論 32
第二節 研究限制及對未來研究建議 33
第三節 管理意涵與討論 34
第六章 參考文獻 35
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