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Effects of Positive Affect and Negative Affect on the Life Satisfaction: The Role of Work Self-Efficacy and Work Meaningfulness
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Effects of Positive Affect and Negative Affect on the Life Satisfaction: The Role of Work Self-Efficacy and Work Meaningfulness
Lee, Jong-Man; Oh, Sang-Jo;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we examined the effect of positive affect and negative affect on the life satisfaction in the workplace. Also, this study focused on an empirical test of the role of work self-efficacy and work meaningfulness in the subjective well-being of office worker. To achieve this purpose, we suggested a research model consisting of factors such as work self-efficacy, work meaningfulness, positive affect, negative affect, life satisfaction. Data was collected using the survey method, and analyzed using structural equation model. According to PLS analysis, first, lower negative affect was associated with higher life satisfaction. Secondly, work meaningfulness was a very important predictor for the subjective well-being of office worker.
 Keywords
Work Self-Efficacy;Work Meaningfulness;Positive Affect;Negative Affect;Partial Least Squares (PLS);
 Language
Korean
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