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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 科技管理學院  > 科管院出版品 > 組織與管理 > 第一卷第一期 >  組織現象和層次議題:非獨立性資料的概念和實徵

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    Title: 組織現象和層次議題:非獨立性資料的概念和實徵
    Level Issues in Understanding Organizational Phenomena: Concepts and an Empirical Analysis of Data Non-independence
    Authors: 彭台光;林鉦棽;Tai-Kuang Peng;Cheng-Chen Lin
    Date: 2008/02
    Publisher: 台灣組織與管理學會
    Relation: 組織與管理,台灣組織與管理學會,2008,v.1,n.1,P95.
    Keywords: 資料非獨立性
    Abstract: Most of the organizational phenomena are hierarchically imbedded, easily making research data clustered in nature. Data analysis without considering non-independence often leads to misunderstanding of the phenomenon under examination. Based on extant literature, this study first addressed the level issues from an ontological perspective, followed by a discussion of methodological concerns of nested data. As an illustration, a set of data investigating the effects of paternalistic leadership and the moderation of group cohesiveness was analyzed with OLS and RCM techniques. The impacts of data non-independence were illuminated through comparing the results from single level (i.e., both individual and group) and cross level analyses. The relationships between constructs were largely inflated in single level analyses. Implications of analyzing nested data were addressed.
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