Investigate the Relationship between Style Thinking and Job Satisfaction of Nurses from Hamadan Hospitals | Khosravi | Nova Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences

Investigate the Relationship between Style Thinking and Job Satisfaction of Nurses from Hamadan Hospitals

Ali Akbar Khosravi, Zahra Ranjipour

Abstract


The study aimed to recognize The Thinking styles among the nurses of Hamedan hospital and its relationship with job satisfaction. In this study thinking styles measured by Stern-berg which have five dimension and satisfaction measured by Herzberg theory which have two dimension. The sample consisted of (375) nurses (male and female) chosen in stratified, clustered and random method. The hypothesis tested by regression and confirmation factor analysis was performed to test the reliability and validity of the measurement models. The results indicated that by thinking styles variables we can predict the job satisfaction level among the nurses.  Based on the results Monarchic style and Hierarchic style were negatively correlated with job satisfaction and the other thinking styles were positively correlated with job satisfaction. Among them Anarchic method was the most powerful in predicting job satisfaction.

Key words:  Thinking, Sternberg and Wagner, styles, Job satisfaction, Herzberg theory, regression and equation structure


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