The Role of the Group in Individual Functioning: School Identification and the Psychological Well-Being of Staff and Students
Many studies have demonstrated that organisations exert a powerful impact on their members, but the mechanisms through which this occurs are not well understood. In the present paper, using social identity and self-categorisation theories as theoretical frameworks, we explore the role that social identity plays in affecting individual well-being of staff (N = 113) and students (N = 693) in two Australian high schools. Well-being includes positive aspects of personal functioning, such as...[Show more]
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|Source:||Applied Psychology: An International Review|
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