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  • Although recent research has begun to touch upon the organizational commitment of Chinese employees, most studies have been limited to the transposition of Western methodology to a Chinese context. This paper examines two groups of Chinese employees, those working in state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and those working in foreign-invested enterprises (FIEs), and compares the organizational commitment of each group. In order to reflect Chinese characteristics more accurately, the present study used a questionnaire incorporating items drawn from previous Chinese and Western studies. The various multidimensional structures of organizational commitment put forward by both Eastern and Western researchers to date have been re-examined using a sample of 1,232 industrial employees. Results indicate that a five-factor component model, including affective commitment, active continuance commitment, passive continuance commitment, normative commitment and value commitment, fits the data best. The key findings of this stu... ()
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  • 65 ()
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  • 2016-06-24 ()
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?:doi
  • 10.1080/0958519042000192889 ()
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  • 669 ()
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  • 100 ()
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  • en ()
?:publicationDate
  • 2004-06-01 ()
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  • Taylor & Francis GroupAbingdon, UK ()
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  • 20450 ()
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  • 37 ()
?:startingPage
  • 649 ()
?:title
  • Observations on the organizational commitment of Chinese employees: comparative studies of state-owned enterprises and foreign-invested enterprises ()
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?:volume
  • 15 ()

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