Psychosocial Determinants of Work Involvement Among Nurses at Cocody University Hospital Center (Abidjan)
Keywords:Risk perception, family responsibilities, work involvement, nurses.
AbstractThis study aims to explain the work involvement of nurses at the cocody university hospital center based on the perception of the risk of contamination and family responsibilities. The questionnaire used for data collection is applied to a sample of 80 subjects selected using the factorial plan. Data analysis was performed using student’s t- test. It reveals two results. The first reveals that nurses who consider the risk of contamination to be low are more involved at work than their colleagues who consider this risk to be high. The second indicates that workers with high family responsibilities are more involved in their work than their colleagues with low family responsibilities. The culturalist theory of risk perception of Douglas (1981) and that of Vroom’s expectation (1964) explain the results obtained.
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Ba Néné. (2022). Psychosocial Determinants of Work Involvement Among Nurses at Cocody University Hospital Center (Abidjan). International Journal of Indian Psychȯlogy, 10(1). https://doi.org/10.25215/1001.011
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