An integrated model of workload, autonomy, burnout, job satisfaction, and turnover intention among Taiwanese reporters
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AbstractThis study examines the relationships among workload, news autonomy, burnout, job satisfaction, and turnover intention among Taiwanese reporters. Results of a survey of 1,099 reporters indicate that workload and news autonomy were significantly associated with burnout. In addition, burnout was found to be negatively related to job satisfaction, which in turn had a significant effect on turnover intention. The results not only highlight the important role of workload and news autonomy in predicting burnout, but also extend previous research on journalist burnout by showing that job satisfaction acts as a mediator in the relationship between burnout and turnover intention.
All Author(s) ListLO Ven Hwei, Huei-Ling Liu
Journal nameASIAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION
Year2018
Month3
Day4
Volume Number28
Issue Number2
PublisherRoutledge
Pages153 - 169
ISSN0129-2986
eISSN1742-0911
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
KeywordsBurnout, news autonomy, job satisfaction, workload, turnover intention

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