Write a summary for each of the journal articles found.

Annotated Bibliography

This week, you will complete a annotated bibliography for a paper that will be due in Week 5. For more information on the required format of the bibliography, visit the South University Online Citation Resources: APA Style page.

Choosing what area of I/O psychology you want to study begins with examining the following areas related to the course competencies. Choose 3 areas from the list below. Remember, this is a course on psychology of the workplace, so the research should relate to that.

  1. The origins of I/O psychology and its importance to the vitality of industries.
  2. I/O psychology as part of the science of psychology.
  3. Job analysis, recruitment and selection.
  4. Training and performance design and issues in the workplace.
  5. Organizational culture and dynamics in an organization.
  6. Main theories and practices regarding leadership and management, worker motivation, and employee satisfaction.
  7. The role of I/O psychology in improving the workplace environment.
  8. Issues regarding group behavior and conflict in the workplace.

Using the South University Online Library database (ProQuest or EBSCOHOST) only, find journal articles related each of the chosen areas. You will need to locate research articles that have been published in scholarly journals. Scholarly journal articles are also referred to as primary-source, peer-reviewed articles. The articles must also be current, that is, published within the last 5 to 6 years. Finally, Web sites, magazines, newspapers, textbooks, and other books cannot be used for this assignment.

  • Write a summary for each of the journal articles found.
  • Write an analysis and evaluation for each of the journal articles found.
  1. Main theories and practices regarding leadership and management, worker motivation, and employee satisfaction.
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Title: Relationship Between Motivation to Lead, Mental Health Status, and Job Satisfaction of Male and Female Civil Police Constables.
Authors: Maurya, Mahesh Kumar
Agarwal, Manisha
Source: Journal of Police & Criminal Psychology; Mar2018, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p9-20, 12p
Publication Year: 2018
Subject Terms: CONSTABLES
MOTIVATION (Psychology)
MENTAL health
JOB satisfaction
PSYCHOLOGICAL well-being
PSYCHOLOGY
Author-Supplied Keywords: Job satisfaction
Motivation to lead
Psychological distress
Psychological wellbeing
NAICS/Industry Codes: NAICS/Industry Codes 621330 Offices of Mental Health Practitioners (except Physicians)
Abstract: The purpose of the study was to examine the differences in perceptions of motivation to lead, mental health, and job satisfaction of male and female police constables. Police constables (<italic>N</italic> = 203, male = 144, female = 59) were surveyed at four districts (Varanasi, Mirzapur, Allahabad and Lucknow) in the state of Uttar Pradesh, Republic of India. Participants’ responses were obtained on questionnaires which measured demographic characteristics, motivation to lead (Dubrin, <xref>1998</xref>), psychological well-being, psychological distress (Heubeck & Neill <italic>Psychological Reports</italic>, <italic>87</italic>:<italic>431–440</italic>, <xref>2000</xref>), and job satisfaction (Dantzker’s <italic>Journal of Crime and Justice 16</italic>:171–181, <xref>1993</xref>). Results of <italic>t</italic> test analysis indicated that job experience, salary, education, motivation to lead, and psychological well-being were significantly different among the male and female police constables. Motivation to lead was a significantly positive correlate of job satisfaction among male participants only while psychological well-being was significantly, positively correlated with job satisfaction of both male and female participants. Psychological well-being also exercised partial mediator effects on the positive relationship between “motivation to lead” and job satisfaction in male police constables only. However, psychological distress was negatively correlated with job satisfaction of male police constables. The findings have significant implications for increasing job satisfaction in the police department. Findings indicate that the government should concentrate on removing anomalies in the job conditions of the female police constables so as to promote psychological well-being. Simultaneously, the police department should also pay attention to conditions which can increase motivation to lead among its female police constables. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
Copyright of Journal of Police & Criminal Psychology is the property of Springer Nature and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder’s express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. This abstract may be abridged. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. (Copyright applies to all Abstracts.)
ISSN: 08820783
Accession Number: 127877255
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Title: Influence of organizational culture and leadership style on employee satisfaction, commitment and motivation in the educational sector in Qatar.
Authors: Al-Sada, Maryam
Al-Esmael, Bader
Faisal, Mohd. Nishat
Source: EuroMed Journal of Business; 2017, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p163-188, 26p
Publication Year: 2017
Author-Supplied Keywords: Education
Job satisfaction
Leadership style
Organizational commitment
Organizational culture
Qatar
Abstract: Purpose The purpose of this paper is to explore the influence of organizational culture and leadership style on employees’ job satisfaction, organizational commitment and work motivation in the educational sector in the state of Qatar.Design/methodology/approach The study was conducted using a questionnaire with a sample size of 364 employees in the educational sector in Qatar. Data were analyzed using factor analysis, Pearson correlation and multiple linear regression, were employed to examine the relationships between the variables under investigation.Findings Significant positive relationships were observed between supportive culture and job satisfaction; supportive culture and organizational commitment; participative-supportive leadership and job satisfaction; directive leadership and job satisfaction; job satisfaction and work motivation; job satisfaction and organizational commitment.Practical implications This paper would help managers and policy-makers in the education sector to develop a better understanding of organizational culture and leadership styles and their influence on employee satisfaction, commitment and motivation.Originality/value The education sector is experiencing a fast growth in Qatar due to significant outlays by the government. This study is among the first in the country to understand the variables affecting employees’ performance in education sector. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
Copyright of EuroMed Journal of Business is the property of Emerald Publishing and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder’s express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. This abstract may be abridged. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. (Copyright applies to all Abstracts.)
ISSN: 14502194
Accession Number: 123312219
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Title: Self-deception in public relations. A psychological and sociological approach to the challenge of conflicting expectations
Authors: Seiffert-Brockmann, Jens a, ⁎
Thummes, Kerstin b
Affiliation: a University of Vienna, Department of Communication, Althanstraße 14, UZA 2, 2H306, 1090 Vienna, Austria
b Westfälische Wilhelms-University Münster, Department of Communication, Bispinghof 9-14, 48143 Münster, Germany
Source: In Public Relations Review March 2017 43(1):133-144
Publisher: Elsevier Inc.
Keywords: Self-deception
Hypocrisy
Public relations
Strategic communication
Evolutionary psychology
Organizational sociology
Impression management
Abstract: Highlights •The role of self-deception in public relations is examined.•The conceptual roots of self-deception in evolutionary psychology and organizational sociology are being discussed.•A framework is being developed for the origins, drivers, and functions of self-deception in public relations.•Self-deception is an essential mechanism in the ‘arms race’ between communicators and their audiences.
Document Type: Article
ISSN: 0363-8111
DOI: 10.1016/j.pubrev.2016.12.006
Accession Number: S0363811116300443
Copyright: © 2017 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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Title: Self-deception in public relations. A psychological and sociological approach to the challenge of conflicting expectations
Authors: Seiffert-Brockmann, Jens a, ⁎
Thummes, Kerstin b
Affiliation: a University of Vienna, Department of Communication, Althanstraße 14, UZA 2, 2H306, 1090 Vienna, Austria
b Westfälische Wilhelms-University Münster, Department of Communication, Bispinghof 9-14, 48143 Münster, Germany
Source: In Public Relations Review March 2017 43(1):133-144
Publisher: Elsevier Inc.
Keywords: Self-deception
Hypocrisy
Public relations
Strategic communication
Evolutionary psychology
Organizational sociology
Impression management
Abstract: Highlights •The role of self-deception in public relations is examined.•The conceptual roots of self-deception in evolutionary psychology and organizational sociology are being discussed.•A framework is being developed for the origins, drivers, and functions of self-deception in public relations.•Self-deception is an essential mechanism in the ‘arms race’ between communicators and their audiences.
Document Type: Article
ISSN: 0363-8111
DOI: 10.1016/j.pubrev.2016.12.006
Accession Number: S0363811116300443
Copyright: © 2017 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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RECORD: 1

Title: Self-deception in public relations. A psychological and sociological approach to the challenge of conflicting expectations
Authors: Seiffert-Brockmann, Jens a, ⁎
Thummes, Kerstin b
Affiliation: a University of Vienna, Department of Communication, Althanstraße 14, UZA 2, 2H306, 1090 Vienna, Austria
b Westfälische Wilhelms-University Münster, Department of Communication, Bispinghof 9-14, 48143 Münster, Germany
Source: In Public Relations Review March 2017 43(1):133-144
Publisher: Elsevier Inc.
Keywords: Self-deception
Hypocrisy
Public relations
Strategic communication
Evolutionary psychology
Organizational sociology
Impression management
Abstract: Highlights •The role of self-deception in public relations is examined.•The conceptual roots of self-deception in evolutionary psychology and organizational sociology are being discussed.•A framework is being developed for the origins, drivers, and functions of self-deception in public relations.•Self-deception is an essential mechanism in the ‘arms race’ between communicators and their audiences.
Document Type: Article
ISSN: 0363-8111
DOI: 10.1016/j.pubrev.2016.12.006
Accession Number: S0363811116300443
Copyright: © 2017 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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