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The Effects of Ethical Leadership on Subordinates' Organizational Identification and Job Stress: The Mediating Role of Subordinates' Harmonious Passion
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The Effects of Ethical Leadership on Subordinates' Organizational Identification and Job Stress: The Mediating Role of Subordinates' Harmonious Passion
Chah, Dong-Ok; Lee, Jung-Hun; Heo, Il-Mu; Kim, Yong-Jae;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between ethical leadership, organizational identification and job stress. Moreover, harmonious passion was considered as a mediating factor between ethical leadership and outcomes. This study tested the mediated model with data from 369 employees working in various organizations. Then, structural equation modeling was used to test proposed hypotheses. The result showed that ethical leadership was positively related to harmonious passion and organizational identification. However, ethical leadership was not related to job stress in this study. And through the mediating role of harmonious passion, ethical leadership had significant effects on organizational identification positively and job stress negatively. Especially, it was revealed that harmonious passion partially mediated the relationship between ethical leadership and organizational identification, and fully did the relationship between ethical leadership and job stress. Implications and limitations of the study were discussed.
 Keywords
Ethical Leadership;Harmonious Passion;Organizational Identification;Job Stress;
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Korean
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