Does Perceived Organizational Support Mitigate the Negative Effect of Teacher- Researcher Role Conflict among Lecturers? (Evidence from Indonesia)

  • Mohamad Arief Rafsanjani Negeri Surabaya University, Indonesia
  • Muhammad Abdul Ghofur Negeri Surabaya University, Indonesia
  • Dhiah Fitrayati Negeri Surabaya University, Indonesia
  • Retno Mustika Dewi Negeri Surabaya University, Indonesia
Keywords: perceived organizational support, teacher-researcher role conflict, psychological well-being, lecturer

Abstract

This study investigated the role of perceived organizational support (POS) as a moderating variable in reducing the negative effect of teacher-researcher role conflict on psychological well-being (work enthusiasm and emotional exhaustion). Participants were 233 lecturers from 19 universities in Indonesia. The study found that teaching-research role conflict was negatively related to psychological well-being, POS was a significant moderating variable in this model, it reduced the negative effect of teacher-researcher role conflict on psychological well-being.

Published
2020-08-31
How to Cite
Rafsanjani, M. A., Ghofur, M. A., Fitrayati, D., & Dewi, R. M. (2020). Does Perceived Organizational Support Mitigate the Negative Effect of Teacher- Researcher Role Conflict among Lecturers? (Evidence from Indonesia). Pedagogika, 138(2), 25-36. https://doi.org/10.15823/p.2020.138.2
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