Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
Kumi Ishii (Director), Holly Payne, Jennifer Mize Smith
Department of Communication
Master of Arts
This study examined the relationships among organizational identification,work-group identification and intent to leave of online volunteers in a nonprofit organization—OCEF. A total of 245 participants completed the online questionnaire. Consonant with previous research findings, organizational identification and work-group identification has positive relationships; however, the hypothesis that both organizational identification and work-group identification negatively predict intent to leave of online volunteers was not supported in the present study. Furthermore, the level of organizational identification and work-group identification of online volunteers were high, but did not have difference in this study.
Communication | Industrial and Organizational Psychology | Organizational Communication
Huang, Wei, "An Examination of Online Volunteers' Organizational and Work-Group Identification and Intent to Leave: A Case Study of OCEF" (2013). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 1284.