The Moderating Role of Online Community Participation in the Relationship Between Internal Marketing and Organizational Citizenship Behavior
In this study we used hierarchical regression to examine the influence of internal marketing on organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) and how online community participation acted as a moderator on the relationship between internal marketing and OCB. We developed a questionnaire and distributed copies of this to 200 employees in a publicly owned power company in Taiwan. The results indicated that internal marketing had a positive effect on OCB and that online community participation acted as a moderator in the relationship between internal marketing and OCB.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2012-11-01
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