The SAGE Handbook of Organizational Behavior: Volume One: Micro Approaches

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Overview

This milestone Handbook brings together an impressive collection of international contributions on micro research in Organizational Behavior. Focusing on core micro Organizational Behavior issues, chapters cover key themes such as individual and group behaviour.

The Sage Handbook of Organizational Behavior Volumes I provides students and scholars with an insightful and wide reaching survey of the current state of the field and is an indespensible road map to the subject area.

The Sage Handbook of Organizational Behavior Volume II will publish in November 2008. Edited by Stewart R Clegg and Cary L Cooper this Handbook draws together contributions from leading macro Organizational Behavior scholars.

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Editorial Reviews

G. E. Kaupins
“Barling and Cooper have compiled a collection on micro-organizational behavior issues that heavily overlap with key human resource management topics. Numerous headings within each chapter enhance readability. This is a good volume for researchers looking for comprehensive literature reviews.”
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781412923859
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 8/11/2008
  • Pages: 776
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.80 (h) x 1.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Julian Barling is Associate Dean and Professor at the Queen's School of Business. He is responsible for rhe Ph.D,M.Sc and Research programs in the School of Business. Dr. Barling is author of of several books, including Employment, Stress and Family Functioning (1990,Wiley & Sons), The Union and Its Members: A Psychological Approach (with Clive Fullagar and Kevin Kelloway, 1992, Oxford University Press), and Changing Employment Relations: Behavioral and Social Perspectives (with Lois Tetrick, 1995, American Psychological Association), and Youth and Employment (with Kevin Kelloway, forthcoming, American Psychological Association). Dr. Barling served as co-editor (with Kevin Kelloway) of the Sage Publication series ,Advanced Topics in Organizational Behavior, is consulting editor of the Journal of Organizational Behavior, and on the editorial boards of the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Stress Medicine and the Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences.

From 1989-1991, he was the chairperson of the Advisory Council on Occupational Health and Safety to the Ontario Minister of Labour. In 1995 and 1997, he received the annual awards for "Excellence in Research" from the School of Business, Queen’s University.

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Table of Contents

PART ONE: INTRODUCTION
Introduction - Cooper and Barling
PART TWO: INDIVIDUAL ATTACHMENT TO, AND DISENGAGEMENTS FROM, WORK
Psychological Contracts - Coyle-Shapiro and Parzefall
Commitment in the Workplace - Meyer, Jackson and Maltin
Past, Present and Future
Taking Stock - Spreitzer
A Review of More Than 20 Years of Research on Empowerment at Work
Two Decades of Organizational Justice - Colquitt
Findings, Controversies and Future Directions
Trust in Management - Korsgaard
An Interpersonal Perspective
Organizational Citizenship Behavior - Spitzmuller, Dyne and Ilies
A Review and Extension of Its Nomological Network
Teams at Work - Williams and Allen
Dysfunctional Workplace Behavior - Robinson
Absenteeism and Presenteeism - Johns
Not at Work or Not Working Well
Job Insecurity - Probst
Voluntary Employee Turnover - Boswell, Ren and Hinrichs
Determinants, Processes and Future Directions
Unemployment and Retirement - Beehr and Bennett
PART THREE: PRACTICES, PROCESSES AND PERFORMANCE
Emotions at Work - Grandey
A Review and Research Agenda
Conflict in Workgroups - Jehn and Rispens
A Boundaryless Perpective on Careers - Greenhaus
A Century of Compensation Research - Bloom
Employee Motivation - Latham and Locke
Leadership - Judge et al
A Multilevel Conceptualization of Organizational Politics - Lux et al
Knowledge Work - Jackson and Hong
High Performance Work Systems - Iverson, Zatack and Mc Crae
Work Design - Vough and Parker
Still Getting Stronger
Job Performance - Sonnetag, Volmer and Spychala
PART FOUR: WORK, STRESS AND WELL-BEING
Work-Family Conflict - Grzywacz and Butler
Sexual Harassment in Organizations - Cortina and Beardahl
A Decade of Research in Review
Work Stress - Jex and Yankelevich
Employee Alcohol and Illicit Drug Use - Frone
Scope, Causes and Organizational Consequences
Psychology of Workplace Safety - Carroll and Turner
A Thematic Review and Some Possibilities
Labour Organizations - Yue, Kelloway and Francis
Discrimination - Nkomo
PART FIVE: INDIVIDUALS, ORGANIZATIONS AND SOCIETY
Cross-Cultural Research in Organizational Behavior - Gardner and Earley
Mergers and Acquisitions - Cartwright
Why 2 + 2 Does Not Always Make 3
Organizational Change - Rafferty and Griffin
Non-Standard Work Arrangements
Meaning, Evidence and Theoretical Perspectives
PART SIX: FUTURE DIRECTIONS
Work and Well-Being - Carson and Barling
Positive Organizational Scholarship - Dutton and Glynn

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