Methods5226 - Methods Survey research methodology is...

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Methods Survey research methodology is representative of one of the most common quantitative social science research methods utilized (Nesbary, 1999). With survey research, questionnaires and surveys are used in order to compile data on a group’s thoughts, attitudes, and feelings on the subject studied. The present study’s research sampled 30 of Lee Mental Health’s employee’s; there are 300+ employees at Lee Mental Health. Our survey consisted of the LMX 7 Questionnaire on a 5 point Likert-scale; it included a job diagnostic survey/job satisfaction subset to measure job satisfaction on a 7 point Likert-scale (developed as part of a Yale University study of jobs and how people react to them); to measure organizational commitment we included a 9-item questionnaire, measuring an indvidual’s commitment to the organization on a 7 point Likert-scale. Intention to quit was measured using a two-question survey developed by Hom and Grifteth (1991); we then included an ethics questionnaire that was developed by Hunt, Chonko, and Wood. It was five items
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