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Does participation in a workplace spill over into political participation?

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Does participation in a workplace spill over into political participation?
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a perspective on the role of shared capitalism
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Kim
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Jung ook
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Jung ook Kim
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Joseph R.
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Douglas L.
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co-chair
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Janice R.
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Rutgers University
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Debate over democracy has been reemerging recently after decades of declining citizen participation in important political decisions and weakening significance of promoting democratic ideas into the world of work. This study tests the ‘spillover thesis’ advanced by Carole Pateman, which argues that democratic participation in the workplace will ‘spill over’ into political participation. This study added shared capitalism, which is a set of compensation schemes in which workers’ wealth is linked with the firm performance, as a predictor of more participatory workplace culture, as evidenced by rich empirical studies. The analysis of the 2014 General Social Survey has discovered partial support for the direct association between workplace participation and political participation, and the mediated association of workplace and political participation through political efficacy. Shared capitalism showed direct effect on political participation in the mediated model of the spillover. Limitations and the future directions are discussed.
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Industrial Relations and Human Resources
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Capitalism
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Shared capitalism
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Spillover thesis (Political science)
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Political participation
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M.S.
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by Jung ook Kim
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ETD graduate
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Jung ook
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