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The relation among intragroup relational cognition, collective efficacy, and the civic intention of participation and acceptance in the community : A questionnaire study in Nara

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  • 地域コミュニティにおける集団内関係志向的認知と集合効力感および参加協力意図との関連 : 奈良市における質問紙調査
  • チイキ コミュニティ ニ オケル シュウダン ナイ カンケイ シコウテキ ニンチ ト シュウゴウ コウリョクカン オヨビ サンカ キョウリョク イト ト ノ カンレン : ナラシ ニ オケル シツモンシ チョウサ

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Abstract

Previous studies have shown the positive effects of collective efficacy on community collective actions. As a predictor of collective efficacy, while behavioral social connectedness has shown a positive effect in some studies, the effect of cognitive social connectedness is little known. In this study, the perceived intragroup relationship (Yuki, 2003) was applied in order to investigate the relation among perceived intragroup relationship, collective efficacy, and the intention of participating in community development. We distributed questionnaires to 500 citizens and analyzed data that were collected from 121 respondents. The result of correlation analysis showed a positive relation among the intention of participating, collective efficacy, intragroup relational cognition, and behavioral social connectedness. Furthermore, a determinate process model of the intention to participate was examined using path analysis. The results indicate that perceived intragroup relationship has a positive correlation with social connectedness behavior and a positive effect on collective efficacy, but social connectedness behavior does not have a significant effect on collective efficacy.

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  • CRID
    1390282679468706944
  • NII Article ID
    110009687148
  • NII Book ID
    AN10049127
  • DOI
    10.14966/jssp.kj00008993921
  • ISSN
    21891338
    09161503
  • NDL BIB ID
    025086295
  • Text Lang
    ja
  • Data Source
    • JaLC
    • NDL
    • CiNii Articles
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