This study was designed to verify that the positive relationship between career management behavior and turnover intention is mediated by employability. Futhermore, investigation whether work-life balance and communication climate moderate this relationship was also the purpose of this study. The results from 300 office workers younger than 34 that (1) employability mediated the relationship between career management behavior and turnover intention, (2) the moderating effect of work-life balance about mediating effect of employability was not statistically significant, but when the level of work-life balance was high, the relationship between employability and turnover intention was reinforced, (3) the moderating effect of communication climate against mediating effect of employability was not statistically significant, and the moderating effect of communication climate between employability and turnover intention was also not found. Based on this non-intuitive results, researcher offered new interpretation which can be acquired from rejections of hypotheses, implications, limitations, and the proposal for future research.
The purpose of this study was to identify the factors that constitute masculine norms of masculine in Korean society. The definition of masculinity was to conform to the male-dominated standard formed socially and culturally. The results of in-depth interviews with 20 male participants were used for a concept mapping analysis to explore the configural representations of Korean masculine norms. After extracting the key sentences related to masculine norms, the participants sorted the 55 key sentences based on similarities and assessed the importance, which was then analyzed with multidimensional scaling method and cluster analysis. The result showed two dimensions, one representing social-personal domain and the other implying dominance-support domain as well as six clusters of caregiver, leadership, emotion suppression, job ability and organizational social adaptation, Expects the masculine abilities, power and control. Finally, the implications of this study, limitations, and the suggestions for future research were discussed.
According to the broaden and build theory of positive emotion, positive emotion brings positive results in various areas of life. Based on this, this study focused if positive emotions could improve satisfaction with college life and career preparation among undergraduate students. Futhermore we examined that calling mediates between positive emotion and satisfaction with college life/career preparation. The total of 473 respondents were surveyed in this study. The result showed that positive emotions improve college life satisfaction and career preparation. Also, calling of students played an significant role of mediation between positive emotion and satisfaction with college life/career preparation. Based on these results, we discussed the impact of contact and sense of community and implications of this study.