Title

Information-seeking Tactics and Sense of Workplace Community in Korea

Publication Date

2018

Document Type

Article

Abstract

This research examined how information‐seeking tactics and sense of workplace community are related to one another. Data from Korea showed that workers (n=314) who preferred overt tactics of seeking information (i.e., direct questioning) also reported a stronger sense of workplace community. Information types and sources did not moderate the relationship between information‐seeking tactics and sense of workplace community. Information types, however, moderated the relationship between importance of information and sense of workplace community and the relationship between coworker availability as an information source and sense of workplace community.

Original Citation

Shin, Y., Park, H.S., Han, S.S., & Chang, W-S. (2018). Information-seeking Tactics and Sense of Workplace Community in Korea. Journal of Community Psychology, published online March 31, 2018. https://doi.org/10.1002/jcop.21977

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