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  • Correctional staff are the backbone of any correctional organization, and building organizational commitment among employees is critical for an effective organization. Although there is a small but growing body of literature on the antecedents and consequences of organizational commitment, there has been little discussion on the various types and levels of commitment and whether results differ depending on the form of commitment being measured. This study reviewed the three major types (i.e., affective, moral, and continuance) and two levels (i.e., agency and institutional) of organizational commitment. Multivariate analysis of survey results from 272 staff at a high-security prison in the Midwest revealed that the effects of the major forms of organizational structure (i.e., input into decision making, job autonomy, promotional opportunities, institutional communication, and organizational fairness) and job stress varied considerably depending on which form of organizational commitment was measured. ()
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  • 39 ()
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  • 2016-06-24 ()
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?:doi
  • 10.1177/0887403408320460 ()
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  • 490 ()
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  • 65 ()
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  • 4 ()
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  • en ()
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  • 2008-12-01 ()
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  • SAGE Publications ()
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  • 20727 ()
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  • 77 ()
?:startingPage
  • 466 ()
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  • Exploring antecedents of five types of organizational commitment among correctional staff: It matters what you measure ()
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?:volume
  • 19 ()

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