Esenlik (Well-Being) ve Çatışmayı Ele Alış Tarzı

Özet : Bıı çalışmada esenlik ile çatışmayı ele alış tarzları arasındaki ilişki incelenmektedir. Çatışmayı ele alış tarzları işbirliği yapma, ııziaşma, güç kullanma, ııyma ve kaçınma olarak beş boyut içerisinde ele alınmaktadır. İncelemelerde beş farklı çatışmayı ele alış tarzı ile esenlik arasında bir ilişkinin olup olmadığı test edilmektedir. Bıı amaçla esenlik faktörleri ile çatışmayı ele alış tarzları faktörleri arasında korelasyon analizi uygulanmıştır. Elde edilen sonuçlar iki değişken arasında anlamlı ilişkilerin olduğunu göstermektedir. Ayrıca, incelemelerde deneklerin cinsiyet, yaş, medeni durum, eğitim düzeyi, çalışma hayatındaki ve iş yerindeki kıdem, görev yaptığı departman, çalıştığı sektör açısından çatışmayı ele alış tarzı ile esenlik arasındaki ilişkiye de bakılmıştır. Toplam 330 geçerli anket toplanmıştır.

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