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Ol'ga Gulevich1
  • 1 National Research University Higher School of Economics, 20 Myasnitskaya Str., Moscow, 101000, Russian Federation

Organizational citizenship behavior: conditions and consequences (In Russian)

2013. Vol. 3. No. 3. P. 78–96 [issue contents]

This article discusses the psychological line of investigation of civil behavior in the organization. Describes the various forms of civic behavior. Analyzes the impact of civil behavior on the welfare of individuals and the effectiveness of the organization as a whole. Factors of the first (in relation to themselves, colleagues, supervisor, organization, profession, and social norms) and second-order (individual and organizational variables), constructive and destructive civil employee behavior. Two described factors work in the aggregate i.e., have a joint effect on organizational citizenship behavior. On the one hand, some factors may offset the negative impact of others. This applies primarily to the factors of the «second order». Second, some factors may enhance the positive impact of others. This applies factors «first» and «second order».

Citation: Gulevich, O. (2013). Grazhdanskoe povedenie v organizatsii: usloviya i posledstviya [Organizational citizenship behaviour: conditions and consequences]. Organizational Psychology (e-journal), 3, 78-96 (in Russian)
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