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  • THE INFLUENCE OF WORK PRESSURE ON WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT AMONG YOUNG
           UNIVERSITY TEACHERS

    • Authors: Yuan Cheng
      Pages: 1 - 16
      Abstract: In this paper, a theoretical model of the effects of work stress on the work-family conflict of young college teachers was constructed by using emotional exhaustion as a mediator and organizational support as a moderator. The results show that the dimensions of work stress have significant positive effects on work-family conflict, and emotional exhaustion plays a partially mediating role. Moreover, perceived organizational support significantly moderates the effects of work stress on work-family conflict among young college teachers. Starting from the individual level, the family level and the organization and management level of the young teachers in colleges and universities, this research actively explores ways to relieve the work pressure of the young teachers in colleges and universities so as to avoid emotional exhaustion as much as possible. At the same time, this paper puts forward some pertinent countermeasures and suggestions to harmonize and balance the relationship between work and family and provides some strategies for optimizing the organization and management of colleges and universities.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • THE CORRELATION BETWEEN CHINA’S FOREIGN EXCHANGE MARKET AND STOCK
           MARKET―AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS BASED ON VAR AND MS-VAR MODEL

    • Authors: Zhaohui Yang, Guihua Lu, Yun Gu
      Pages: 17 - 32
      Abstract: The relationship between foreign exchange markets and stock markets is an important topic in macroeconomic research all over the world, especially in western academic circles. However, due to the late start of the marketization of the RMB exchange rate and the development of the stock market compared with western countries, there is still a relative lack of research on the relationship between them in Chinese academic circles. However, with the steady progress of China’s financial market reform and the increasing economic openness, the systematic and comprehensive study of the relationship between China’s foreign exchange market and stock market has become one of the most important topics for today’s researchers. By selecting the monthly data from July 2005 to December 2020 as the research sample, the exchange rate return rate and the stock index return rate were used to measure the foreign exchange market and the stock market, and the VAR model and MS-VAR model were used for empirical research. Subsequently, the following research conclusions were drawn: 1) The VAR model was used for analysis, and it was found that the fluctuation of the foreign exchange market affects the stock market, but the fluctuation of the stock market does not affect the foreign exchange market. 2) The MS-VAR model was used for analysis, and it was found that after identifying the different regional systems, when the economic environment is good, the stock market and the foreign exchange market have a strong correlation, but when the economy is continually depressed, the correlation between the two is weak. 3) From the perspective of the different regional systems, the conversion frequency among the various systems is low, but there is still the phenomenon of conversion between the different regional systems, especially during a state of economic downturn, when the conversion between different regional systems is more frequent.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • THE STUDY OF CHINESE BUDDHISM’S FUNDAMENTAL DOCTRINE:THE INHERITANCE AND
           DEVELOPMENT OF MADHYAMAKĀ

    • Authors: Minxin Li, Phramaha Anon Ānando, Digong Zuo
      Pages: 33 - 45
      Abstract: Chinese Mahayana Buddhism is based on the theory of The Middle Concept, which was originated by Nāgārjuna Bodhisattva, who is highly esteemed within Mahayana Buddhism in China. Both the Han-dominated Exoteric Buddhism and the Tibetan-dominated Tibetan Buddhism are based on Nāgārjuna Bodhisattva’s Madhyamakā thought. Therefore, Nāgārjuna Bodhisattva is known as the “the Ancestor of the Eight Buddhist Schools” in Chinese Buddhism, and the Chinese Buddhist community regards him as “Nāgārjuna Bodhisattva” or “Arya-nāgārjuna”, which shows his important position in the hearts of Buddhists. Nāgārjuna Bodhisattva’s Madhyamakā thought integrates the doctrines of the Prajnaparamita Sutra and also led to the creation of the Madhyamakā School. Among them, the ideology that “all is empty”, which is the concept that all existence is a construction of name and speech as opposed to the ideology of a corresponding self, is not only regarded as the theoretical basis of Mahayana Buddhism in China but also influenced the development of all schools of Buddhism in later generations and provided its own contribution to the history of human thought. As a result, Chinese Buddhism formed a system of belief that differs from Indian Buddhism based on Madhyamakā Thought, which cannot be separated from the inheritance of the Madhyamakā School. On the basis of historical and documentary materials, this paper clearly explains the inheritance of the Madhyamakā School in Chinese Buddhism, in order to allow readers to understand the legacy and development of the Madhyamakā School.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ENTREPRENEURIAL TRAITS, ORGANIZATIONAL
           RESILIENCE, AND GROWTH OF START-UPS IN CHINA

    • Authors: Wenli Chen
      Pages: 46 - 60
      Abstract: In this study, the effects of entrepreneurial traits and organizational resilience on the growth of new ventures are examined and a model of the relationship between entrepreneurial traits, organizational resilience, and the growth of new ventures was constructed. The data from 527 valid samples collected with a questionnaire were analyzed using SPSS and AMOS software, and the results showed that entrepreneurial traits have a positive and significant effect on both startup growth and organizational resilience, while organizational resilience also has a positive and significant effect on startup development. It was also indicated that organizational resilience mediates the relationship between entrepreneurial traits and new venture growth, while environmental complexity moderates the relationship between entrepreneurial traits and new venture growth. These research results are important for the theoretical construction and development of related fields and are valuable for the promotion of the robust development of start-ups and the improvement of the success rate of entrepreneurs.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • THE IMPACT OF CHINESE E-COMMERCE CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ON
           CONSUMERS’ PURCHASING INTENTION—THE MEDIATING ROLE OF MOTIVATIONAL
           ATTRIBUTION

    • Authors: Haiyang Jiang, Yue He
      Pages: 61 - 75
      Abstract: In the context of the booming digital economy, the rapid flow of information has caused significant changes in the marketing situation, so attention should be paid to the research conducted on customer psychology and behavior from the traditional business environment to the e-commerce situation. The relationship between e-commerce enterprises’ social responsibility and consumers’ purchase intention is an issue worth focusing on. However, at present, the research on CSR in the context of e-commerce is incomplete, especially from the perspective of the consumers. Based on the review and summary of the relevant literature at home and abroad, in this paper, a theoretical research model of the internal mechanism of e-commerce corporate social responsibility on consumers’ purchase intention based on the intermediary role of motivational attribution was constructed. In this empirical study, the sample data were collected through a questionnaire survey, and then the structural equation modeling and other data were analyzed. The following conclusions were drawn: First, e-commerce CSR has a positive impact on consumers’ purchase intention. Second, motivational attribution plays a partially mediating role in the relationship between e-commerce CSR and consumers’ purchase intention. Specifically, when consumers attribute the motivation of e-commerce enterprises’ CSR performance to social benefits rather than their own interests, e-commerce enterprises’ CSR has an indirect positive impact on consumers’ purchase intention through motivational attribution. This study enriches the research on the corporate social responsibility impact mechanism of the related theory and extends the boundary of the e-commerce situation with regard to consumer psychology and behavior research. This can facilitate the development of e-commerce enterprise social responsibility strategies to provide theoretical guidance, on the one hand, to promote e-commerce enterprises to actively fulfill the social responsibility and promote their active response to the consumers, while on the other hand, promoting the sustainable development of enterprises and society in the e-commerce environment.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CORPORATE CHARITABLE BEHAVIOR AND CONSUMER VALUE
           CO—CREATION WILLINGNESS USING THE STRUCTURAL EQUATION METHOD

    • Authors: Zhijun Cai
      Pages: 76 - 90
      Abstract: In an increasingly competitive market environment, consumers are paying more attention to their experience and participation. The ways to improve the enthusiasm of consumers toward participating in the co-creation of corporate value, so as to gain the value recognition and trust of consumers, is an issue that enterprises need to consider. This paper’s research object is a sample collected from mobile phone users, and the method of structural equation modeling was used to empirically test the relationship between corporate philanthropy behavior and consumer value co-creation willingness. The results show that corporate philanthropy has a positive impact on corporate reputation and consumer value co-creation willingness, corporate reputation has a positive impact on consumer value co-creation willingness, corporate reputation is involved in the relationship between corporate philanthropy, and consumer value co-creation willingness has a mediating effect. The conclusions of this research paper include specific significant references that enterprises can use to improve their own reputation and market competitiveness, and its ultimate purpose is to provide effective ideas and approaches for enterprise value co-creation strategy.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • PHONETIC CHANGE OF PALI LOANWORDS IN DAI AND THAI LANGUAGES

    • Authors: Jittra Netsawang
      Pages: 91 - 103
      Abstract: Both the Dai and Thai languages belong to the Zhuang-Dong language branch of the Chinese-Tibetan language family. The phonetics, vocabulary and grammar of these two languages are very similar. Most of the loanwords in Dai and Thai come from Pali, and these Pali loanwords have an important role in both of these languages. In order to adapt the phonetic rules of their own language, the Dai and Thai people have adopted various ways to transcribe the loanwords of Pali, and therefore, phonetic changes to the loanwords of Pali have occurred. The research objective of this paper is to examine the phonological similarities, differences and changes of Pali loanwords in the Xishuangbanna Dai and Thai languages. Moreover, this paper also explores the influence of Pali loanwords on the Dai and Thai languages.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • THE EFFECT OF DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION ON MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISE
           PERFORMANCE

    • Authors: Hongyu Wang, Han Zhang
      Pages: 104 - 116
      Abstract: With the opportunities and challenges brought about by the characteristics of the VUCA environment, rethinking the organizational operations logic of enterprises and how to successfully implement digital technology to realize the transformation and development of enterprises has become an urgent problem for the survival and development of manufacturing enterprises. On the basis of the existing research on resource-based theory, organizational change theory and dynamic capability theory, organizational resilience is applied as an intermediary variable between the digital transformation of manufacturing enterprises and enterprise performance, and potential absorptive capacity is introduced as an adjustment variable. This study takes China’s Yangtze River Delta and Pearl River Delta manufacturing industries as the research object, with the data collected using a questionnaire survey, and multi-level regression analysis conducted to process the data. It was found that digital transformation has a significant positive impact on corporate performance, organizational resilience plays a significant mediating role between digital transformation and corporate performance, and potential absorptive capacity positively regulates the relationship between digital transformation and corporate performance. The conclusions of this paper provide certain significant practical guidance for the digital transformation of Chinese manufacturing enterprises and can play a specific guiding role for the digital transformation of enterprises in other industries in China.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • THE INTERMEDIARY ROLE OF INNOVATION ABILITY BETWEEN INNOVATIVE INTENTION
           AND INNOVATIVE BEHAVIOR OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL TALENTS

    • Authors: Quan Gu
      Pages: 117 - 134
      Abstract: China’s scientific and technology system reform has entered an area of broad implementation, and scientific and technological innovation has become a major research field, while scientific and technological talents are the backbone of scientific and technological innovation. At present, the managers of scientific research institutions and enterprises have not yet gained an understanding of the intermediary factors that affect the innovative behavior of scientific and technological talents and still lack a clear comprehension of the functional relationship path by which these antecedents, such as the willingness and ability to innovate, affect the innovative behavior of scientific and technological talents. This paper therefore discusses the influence of individual innovation willingness and the innovation behavior of scientific and technological talents. At the same time, combined with rational behavior theory, this paper applies innovation ability as an intermediary variable and discusses the influence of innovation ability on the innovation behavior of scientific and technological talents. In addition, the scientific and technological talents were selected as the research object, a model of the innovative willingness and innovative behavior of scientific and technological talents mediated by innovative ability was constructed, and the influence of their innovative willingness and innovative behavior and its influencing mechanism were discussed. It was found that the innovation willingness of scientific and technological talents has a significant positive impact on innovation behavior, and also indirectly affects innovation behavior through the intermediary role of innovation ability. According to the survey results, at present, China emphasizes scientific and technological innovation, and the innovative behavior of scientific and technological talents is closely related to the development of market players. Consequently, both the government and enterprises must attach importance to enhancing the innovative willingness and strengthening the innovative ability of scientific and technological talents.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE WORD “CU” IN MODERN CHINESE BASED ON
           THE QUALIA STRUCTURE THEORY

    • Authors: Qian Zou, Shichun Li
      Pages: 135 - 147
      Abstract: This paper takes the word “CU (粗)” as the research object, extracts sufficient corpus from the CCL corpus of Peking University, analyzes its sememe distribution in the real corpus and the prominent qualia roles of the corpus, and then according to the frequency of use, the semantic items of the word are reclassified and described. On the basis of the nine meanings in “Modern Chinese” (Seventh Edition), four new meanings were also found: “(surface) not smooth”, “courage, guts exceeding the routine or exceeding the object of comparison”, “breathing frequency and air volume exceeding the routine or exceeding the object of comparison” and “the style of the work or the character is bold and unconstrained”. In addition, according to the theory of qualia structure in the generative lexicon, the derivation relationship between the meaning items of “CU (粗)” is explained, which provides a new basis for the existing dictionary interpretation and optimizes some of the meaning items.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE WORD “KŬ” IN MODERN CHINESE BASED ON THE
           ARGUMENT STRUCTURE AND QUALIA STRUCTURE THEORY

    • Authors: Xuefang Zhou, Shichun Li
      Pages: 148 - 160
      Abstract: Based on the CCL corpus, this paper extracted 10,000 corpora of the word “kŭ” and exhaustively analyzed the distribution of its meanings by comparing the definitions of “kŭ” in common Chinese dictionaries and the corresponding word “bitter” in English dictionaries. Using the theory of argument structure and physical property structure, this paper reclassifies and describes the meanings of “kŭ” as well as identifies new meanings of this word. Following the analysis, the ten meanings of the word “kŭ” were summarized and its adjectives, polysemy phenomenon and derivative relationship were explained in an attempt to realize the completeness of the meaning categorization, improve the accuracy of the meaning description, and provide some references for the lexicography and guidance for the international teaching of Chinese.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • THE INFLUENCE OF CRAFTSMAN SPIRIT ON THE PURCHASE INTENTION OF CULTURAL
           AND TRADITIONAL HANDICRAFT PRODUCTS IN CHINA

    • Authors: Jie Liang, Shenglong Han
      Pages: 161 - 179
      Abstract: This research in field of Chinese culture is based on the theory of planned behavior and the psychological ownership theory and discusses the spirit of purchase intention and its internal mechanism, the influence of this spirit on established intangible traditional artistry products, customer psychological ownership, and the original true and theory model of the relationship between the purchase intention. Moreover, Mplus 8.3 software was used for empirical analysis. The results show that craftsmanship spirit has a positive influence on customers’ purchase intention. Craftsmanship spirit affects purchase intention through customer psychological ownership, and customer psychological ownership plays a mediating role in craftsmanship spirit and purchase intention. Authenticity positively moderates the indirect effect of craftsmanship spirit on purchase intention through customer psychological ownership. The research provides elaboration on the role of craftsmanship’ s spiritual influence of the customers’ purchase intention path, the rich spirit of the traditional craftsmanship of the product and the purchase intention relations theory achievements. The traditional craftsmanship of the products in the inheritance and development of protection provides an important guiding significance to the innovation strategy and also to the enhancement of the competitiveness of the traditional craftsmanship in the creation of intangible products. Furthermore, improving enterprise performance and marketing provides new ideas and methods.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • THE IMPACT OF KNOWLEDGE HETEROGENEITY OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECT TEAM ON TEAM
           PERFORMANCE—MEDIATED BY TEAM CONFLICT

    • Authors: Ke Hu
      Pages: 180 - 196
      Abstract: In order to explore the relationship between team knowledge heterogeneity, team conflict and team performance in construction projects, based on the theoretical derivation, this paper proposes the research hypothesis, constructs the analysis model, and uses structural equation modeling to verify the relationship between the three areas. It was found that the knowledge heterogeneity of construction project teams is negatively correlated with team performance, the knowledge heterogeneity of construction project teams is positively correlated with task conflict and relationship conflict, relationship conflict plays a negative mediating role between team knowledge heterogeneity and team performance, and task conflict has no mediating effect between team knowledge heterogeneity and team performance. This paper also explores the overall mechanism of the heterogeneity of the explicit and tacit knowledge of team organization within the background of construction projects. Furthermore, it identifies the formation mechanism and law of task conflict risk and relationship conflict risk, reveals the dynamic evolution of task conflict in the operation and evolution process of team organization systems, expands the scope of the application of the theoretical basis of organizational behavior, and enriches the research findings in the field of organizational behavior.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN UNIVERSITY
           GOVERNANCE IN VIEW OF EDUCATIONAL REFORM

    • Authors: Xing Hong
      Pages: 197 - 214
      Abstract: With the modernization of higher education and social democratization in this new era, students’ participation in university governance has attracted much attention from society and has become an important part of the reform and development of higher education. Students’ participation in university governance is in accordance with the new governance concept and structure of the modern university system. It is important that the distribution of power provides the fairness and efficiency of higher education among all stakeholders. Against the background of education reform, this paper identifies two types of factors for students’ participation in university governance, which are divided into the internal and external factors. A driving factor scale and a theoretical model for students’ participation in university governance were established. The independent samples T test and one-way ANOVA were used to analyze the differences in university governance among students with different characteristics. Correlation analysis and structural equation modeling were used to investigate the relationship among the six dynamic factors of college governance, including students’ attitude towards subjects, participation needs, self-efficacy, participation in institutions, democratic communication and information feedback. Under the interaction of these factors, the motivation for students to participate in university governance is formed. These causes were analyzed, and countermeasures and suggestions are proposed in order to promote the realization of students’ participation in university governance and provide a reference for students’ participation in university governance reform.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • THE INFLUENCE OF NEW GENERATION EMPLOYEES’ SOCIAL NETWORK ON
           MEANINGFULNESS OF WORK FROM CAREER AND SOCIAL IDENTITY PERSPECTIVES

    • Authors: Wenshuang Wan
      Pages: 215 - 234
      Abstract: The lack of a sense of meaning at work among the new generation of employees, the natives of the Internet born post-1995, has become a common problem for managers around the world. Based on social network theory and self-determination theory, this article explores the mechanism of influence of the new generation employees’ social network on the sense of meaning at work. The hypothesis verification results were obtained by issuing questionnaires to 414 new generation employees in major cities in China and analyzing the sample data using SPSS and AMOS software. The results indicate that the social network of new generation employees has a significant positive influence on the sense of meaning at work, professional identity plays a partly mediating role in the social network of new generation employees and the sense of meaning at work, and social identity moderates the positive relationship between the social network of new generation employees and the meaningfulness of work. The findings of this paper provide implications for the management practices of new generation employees in China, Thailand and other countries.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • THE INFLUENCE OF LONE WOLF TENDENCY ON KNOWLEDGESABOTAGE: THE MODERATING
           ROLE OF WORKPLACE OSTRACISM AND SELF-IMPROVEMENT

    • Authors: Chen Cai
      Pages: 235 - 244
      Abstract: Employees comprise the smallest activity unit in an organization, and employee characteristics are an important factor in predicting employee behavior. Lone Wolf employees are a typical representation of “unsociable” behavior, and thus form a group that needs special attention in an organization. Knowledge that promotes growth is the driver of an organization, and its sabotage will seriously affect its prosperous development. In this study, knowledge sabotage is regarded as an extreme knowledge behavior that harms organizations or other employees, and the relationship between employees with a Lone Wolf tendency and knowledge sabotage is interpreted from the perspective of moral behavior, and its mechanism and occurrence conditions are explored. Through data analysis of 305 employees at four time points, it was found that: (1) the Lone Wolf tendency has a significant positive effect on knowledge sabotage, (2) workplace ostracism enhances the positive relationship between the Lone Wolf tendency and knowledge sabotage, and (3) there is a positive relationship between the weakening of self-improvement and knowledge sabotage.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • THE USE OF MULTIPLE ATTRIBUTIVES IN MODERN CHINESE IN CHINESE TEXTBOOKS
           FOR TEACHING CHINESE AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE—TAKING “HAN YU JIAO
           CHENG” AND “NEW PRACTICAL CHINESE READER” AS SAMPLES

    • Authors: Weiwei Wu, Sansanee Ek-atchariya
      Pages: 245 - 257
      Abstract: The research on multiple attributives in modern Chinese is significant for Chinese grammar research and the field of Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language. The previous research on multiple attributives is mainly based on empirical summaries, and no specific data supports the research conclusions. This current study explores the use of multiple attributives in Chinese textbooks for Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language by comparing “Han Yu Jiao Cheng” and the “New Practical Chinese Reader”. The data shows that two attributives appear most frequently in these Chinese textbooks for foreign students. The frequencies of three attributives and four and above multiple attributives are arranged in descending order, with the higher the number of multiple attributives, the lower their frequency of occurrence in the textbooks. Through semantic analysis, it was found that the structure of “quantity + attribute” is the most frequently used in these two textbooks, followed by “ownership + attribute”; the structures with the highest frequency of use of three attributives are “quantity + attribute + attribute” and “possession + property + attribute”; and there is no obvious advantage in the semantic word order distribution of four or more attributives.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • THE NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF WORKPLACE NEGATIVE GOSSIP ON THE TARGET EMPLOYEES

    • Authors: Yanhong Fan
      Pages: 258 - 272
      Abstract: As a category of workplace violence, workplace negative gossip usually has three participants: Gossip senders, gossip receivers and gossip targets. Previous studies conducted on workplace negative gossip have mostly discussed its impact on gossip senders but neglected its impact on target employees. Based on the cognitive-affective personality system theory, this study explores the effects of workplace negative gossip on the helping behaviors of target employees. The results from the questionnaire survey of 237 employees from central China showed that workplace negative gossip has a significantly negative relationship with employees’ helping behavior and employees’ perceived insider status and these negative effects play a mediating role in the relationship between workplace negative gossip and helping behavior. This study has not only enriched the impact of workplace negative gossip and expanded the research perspective but can also help organizations recognize the negative effects of workplace negative gossip and provides some insights into the methods to control workplace negative gossip.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • THE EFFECT OF ABUSIVE MANAGEMENT ON RECENT COLLEGE GRADUATES’ JOB
           BURNOUT IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY WITH ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE AS MEDIATOR

    • Authors: Yonghao Jiang, Qiulie Lu, Fangyu Zhao
      Pages: 273 - 288
      Abstract: To investigate the status quo of the perception of abusive management and job burnout among college graduates starting work in the construction industry, as well as the mediating role of organizational justice between abusive management and job burnout and various dimensions, an abusive management scale, an organizational justice perception scale and a job burnout scale were used to survey 445 entry-level college graduates working in the construction industry. The reliability and validity tests, correlation analysis, and mediation effect test of the survey data show that: (1) abusive management can significantly and positively predict job burnout and its three dimensions, (2) abusive management can significantly negatively predict job burnout, (3) organizational justice can significantly and negatively predict job burnout and its three dimensions, and (4) organizational justice plays a completely mediating role between abusive management and job burnout. Abuse management can effectively alleviate the job burnout of college graduates at the beginning of their employment through organizational justice, which has a specific referential value for human resources training departments.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • ENTREPRENEURIAL SELF-EFFICACY: LITERATURE REVIEW AND RESEARCH PROSPECT

    • Authors: Nan Liu
      Pages: 289 - 301
      Abstract: Entrepreneurial self-efficacy is a deepening and expansion of the concept of “self-efficacy” in the field of entrepreneurship. Inspired by the theory of self-efficacy, research on entrepreneurial self-efficacy has rapidly developed in recent years, showing a strong research momentum. This article first explores its theoretical origins, definitions, and connotations, then systematically reviews the impact of entrepreneurial self-efficacy on entrepreneurial intentions and performance, as well as its measurement dimensions and influencing factors. Based on this, the theoretical gaps and areas that have not been fully addressed in previous research were also identified. The conclusion of the article points out several key areas for future research, including the issue of moderation of entrepreneurial self-efficacy, the unification and comparison of the measurement dimensions, and new influencing factors such as time, the psychological and physical conditions of entrepreneurs, government policies, and especially the impact and mechanisms of technology and digitization.
      PubDate: 2023-12-20
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
       
 
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