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Title: Smartphones at work: A qualitative exploration of psychological antecedents and impacts of work-related smartphone dependency
Authors: 林翠絹
Lin, T. T. C.
Li, L*
Contributors: 廣播電視學系
Keywords: smartphone dependency at work; job performance; workplace social capital; smartphone addiction; psychological antecedents
Date: 2019-01
Issue Date: 2020-03-04 16:09:33 (UTC+8)
Abstract: This study explores the impacts and psychological antecedents of smartphone dependency at work. Analyzing semistructured interviews with 32 full-time employees in China, the findings show that dependence on smartphones at work seems to increase workers’ perceived job performance and workplace social capital. However, in the negative side, it seems to lead to the emergence of smartphone addiction symptoms such as anxiety and uncontrollable usage behavior. Notably, this study uncovers that, although smartphone dependency at work seems to enhance workers’ job performance, once such dependency turned to addiction, they perceived their performance to diminish. Besides, the findings show that conscientious employees and those with high smartphone self-efficacy are more likely to develop dependence on their smartphones at work. Theoretical and practical implications are discussed.
Relation: International Journal of Qualitative Methods, Vol.18, pp.1-12
Data Type: article
DOI link: https://doi.org/10.1177/1609406918822240
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