Date of Award
Master of Science in Psychology
This study investigated the existence of a new type of privacy, called e-mail privacy, in order to determine if modern technology has created a new dimension of this construct. It also examined the relationship between factors of privacy- physical, informational, and electronic mail related. Finally, this study examined the relationship between the different aspects of workplace privacy and employee outcomes. It was hypothesized that the construct of privacy would predict procedural justice and job satisfaction, and that the relationship between privacy and job satisfaction is mediated by procedural justice. A model was developed for this study to be tested with structural equation modeling (SEM) techniques. An online questionaire was developed, and data from a total of 238 participants was analyzed using EQS, a statistical package for evaluating models developed with SEM.
Cloney, Matthew Patrick, "Exploring the components of privacy to predict satisfaction and justice in the workplace" (2008). Theses Digitization Project. 3495.