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|Title: ||Antecedents and Consequences of Passion among Teachers: A Dualistic Model of Passion|
|Authors: ||Srisakun, Chakrit|
|Keywords: ||Passion, Job Demands and Resources, Positive and Negative Consequences|
|Issue Date: ||11-Feb-2019|
|Series/Report no.: ||งานวิจัยปี 2561;|
|Abstract: ||The present research purposes to investigate an antecedents and consequences of passion among teachers
in private universities in Thailand based on Dualistic Model of Passion (DMP). Job demands and job resources
(JD-R) considered as antecedent roles while job engagement and job satisfaction performed the roles as positive
consequences and depression and burnout performed the roles as negative consequences.
Job demands and job resources scale adapted by Bakker et al. (2004) and Xanthopoulou et al. (2007), Passion
scales developed by Vallerand et al. 2003, job engagement and burnout scales developed by Schaufeli and
Bakker (2004) and Schaufeli et al. (2002), job satisfaction adapted by Diener et al. (1985) and Houlfort et al.
(2013), and depression adapted by Radlof (1977) and Bakker et al. (2002). Structural Equation Modeling
(SEM) employed to examine the relationship among the variables simultaneously followed by the development
of the conceptual framework and the significant findings are discussed in detail.|
|Description: ||The 80th Anniversary of Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University
“International Conference on Innovation, Smart Culture and Well-Being”|
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