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Domain Satisfaction Predictors of Psychological Empowerment and Determinants

Journal of Strategic Human Resource Management

Volume 4 Issue 2

Published: 2015
Author(s) Name: Mandeep Singh, Naveen Gupta, Pankaj Handa | Author(s) Affiliation:
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Abstract

Subjective evaluations of levels of importance and satisfaction of areas (domains) of life constitute multi-dimensional overall quality of life of individuals. Faculty members seeking satisfaction in their domains of life are likely to feel more psychologically empowered. The education industry tends to report positive and significant relationship between overall quality of life and overall psychological empowerment. Only age is correlated to psychological empowerment. Satisfaction with domains of community belonging, physical being, and satisfaction with: my nutrition and the food I eat significantly predict overall psychological empowerment of faculty members. Satisfaction with domain of physical being, and satisfaction with: my nutrition and the food I eat significantly predict goal internalization determinant of psychological empowerment. Satisfaction with domains of leisure becoming, social belonging, physical being, and satisfactions with each of visiting and socializing with others I do, how I fit in larger social group, and having a spouse or a special person significantly predict perceived competence determinant of psychological empowerment of faculty members in the education industry. Suggestions for further research are proposed.

Keywords: Psychological Empowerment, Quality of Life, Nine-Areas of QOL, Domain Satisfactions

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