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Findings: Since all organizational cynicism dimensions have a negative correlation with affective commitment, the first hypothesis is fully supported.
This is the most widely accepted theory explaining the development of burnout in the scientific community, but authors such as Golembiewski (1993) establish that cynicism precedes inefficacy, and inefficacy leads to exhaustion; others, such as Gil-Monte (2005) suggest that exhaustion and inefficacy have a direct effect on cynicism.
Job burnout is represented by Emotional Exhaustion, Cynicism and reduced Professional Efficacy.
If the effect of election news exposure on vote change is not dependent on information efficacy, this might suggest that volatile voters are in fact uninformed and perhaps switch as a result of media-induced cynicism. Several studies have shown that media can induce cynicism (e.g., Cappella & Jamieson, 1997; Jackson, 2011).
First, although a great deal of research has linked cynicism to various antecedents (see Chiaburu et al, 2013), scholars have devoted little attention to the effect of politics perceptions on cynicism.
Burnout is characterized by decreased feelings of effectiveness at work (low professional efficacy), feelings of emotional fatigue (emotional exhaustion), and disengagement from work (cynicism or depersonalization) (Maslach, Schaufeli, & Leiter, 2001).
The worst thing that can happen is people thinking: 'I can't be bothered.' Cynicism is our biggest enemy, not capitalism or conservatism - cynicism" - Singer and activist Billy Bragg.
The worst thing that can happen is people thinking: 'I can't be bothered.' Cynicism is our biggest enemy, not capitalism or conservatism - cynicism" Singer and activist Billy Bragg "It's perfectly true that I was born in America.
Cynicism has been defined as "an attitude of contemptuous distrust of human nature and motives" (Graves, 1996).
Keywords: Work Alienation; Organizational Cynicism; Supervisor Support; Organizational Politics; Higher Education.
Organizational cynicism is defined as "a negative attitude toward one's employing organization in general, and toward its procedures, processes, and management, that is based on a conviction that these elements generally work against the employee's best interests" (Wilkerson, 2002, p.
Thus, it's unsurprising to see ubiquitous expressions of hopeless cynicism among many Filipinos, who often dismiss elections as a pointless ritual or an unnecessary hassle.