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Passion for WorkTheory, Research, and Applications$
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Robert J. Vallerand and Nathalie Houlfort

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780190648626

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: July 2019

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190648626.001.0001

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A Model for the Formation of Employee Work Passion

A Model for the Formation of Employee Work Passion

Initial Findings and Future Directions

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(p.105) 4 A Model for the Formation of Employee Work Passion
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Passion for Work
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Drea Zigarmi

Kim Nimon

Taylor Peyton

Brad Shuck

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780190648626.003.0004

There are four primary purposes of this chapter. First, the chapter presents a social cognitive model for the formulation of work passion, an operational definition, and its key components. Second, the chapter places the employee work passion appraisal (EWPA) model into perspective using the literature on work passion. Third, the chapter reviews the empirical research studies completed on the EWPA model since its inception. Fourth, the chapter suggests future directions for the research and application of the model. Using social cognitive appraisal theory as its origins, the EWPA model, composed of the components of cognition, affect, a sense of job well-being, and work intentions, will be defined and explored.

Keywords:   work passion, appraisal theory, work intentions, employee work passion appraisal, social cognitive appraisal theory, job well-being

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