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論文名稱:個人背景因素、直接經驗與辦公室戀情態度關係之研究—不同社會線索之差異
論文名稱(外文):The Study on the Relationships among Personal Characteristics, Direct Experience and Office Romance — Differences of Social Cues
指導教授:吳美連吳美連引用關係
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立嘉義大學
系所名稱:企業管理學系
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:企業管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2012
畢業學年度:100
語文別:中文
中文關鍵詞:辦公室戀情直接經驗社會線索
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隨著教育程度提升,就業市場中女性工作者逐漸增加,改變了過去以男性為主的職場性別結構,工作男女在職場中發展戀情的機會也隨之增加,加上辦公室戀情有日益普遍的現象,因此會衍生出某些性別議題而備受爭議。本研究欲探討旁觀者對於辦公室戀情參與者之社會線索即背景的瞭解程度是否影響其對辦公室戀情的態度,甚至對於日後在工作場所中之行為表現為正面或負面之反應,以及瞭解個人背景因素之不同看待辦公室戀情之態度是否也有所不同,故從直接經驗與社會線索之觀點切入,探討對於辦公室戀情之態度形成是否有影響。
本研究共發出357份問卷,回收有效問卷290份,以SPSS 12.0統計軟體進行描述性統計、信度分析、相關分析、t檢定、成對樣本t檢定等統計方法分析,並得結果如下:
1. 背景因素之不同在辦公室戀情態度上有顯著差異,其中背景因素包含性別、年齡、婚姻狀況、教育程度與擔任職務;
2. 有辦公室戀情直接經驗者,認知辦公室戀情的態度比沒有直接經驗者較為負向,且有具體經驗者在辦公室戀情態度上較非具體經驗者為負面;
3. 辦公室戀情類型之線索與員工認知辦公室戀情態度上具有顯著關係,其中員工認知未婚式戀情的態度比認知已婚式戀情的態度較為正向,員工認知未婚階層式戀情的態度比已婚階層式戀情的態度較為正向。
最後,本研究針對研究結果提供企業當面臨辦公室戀情的管理之相關建議。

摘要 I
Abstract II
致謝 III
目錄 IV
圖表目錄 V
第一章 緒論 1
第一節 研究背景 1
第二節 研究動機 2
第三節 研究目的 3
第四節 研究流程 4
第二章 文獻探討 5
第一節 辦公室戀情態度 5
第二節 直接經驗 12
第三節 社會線索 14
第四節 綜合討論 16
第三章 研究方法 19
第一節 研究架構 19
第二節 研究假說 20
第三節 研究變項之操作型定義與衡量工具 21
第四節 問卷編製與前測 25
第五節 研究對象、抽樣方法與樣本特徵 27
第六節 資料處理與分析方法 30
第四章 研究結果 32
第一節 描述性統計 32
第二節 假設驗證 34
第三節 假設驗證結論 52
第五章 研究結果、結論與建議 53
第一節 研究結論 53
第二節 建議 56
第三節 研究限制 58
參考文獻 59
附錄 65
附錄一 研究問卷 65
附錄二 研究變項各構面所刪除之問卷問項 69

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