Erin M. Landells

Erin M. Landells
Deakin University · School of Psychology

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Erin M. Landells currently works at the Deakin University in both the School of Psychology and the Business School. Erin does research in Positive Psychology and Organizational Psychology. Their current project is 'Positive politics'. She is also working on a project understanding the demands and resources of SME (Small to Medium Enterprise) owners.
Education
July 2009 - June 2017
Deakin University
Field of study
  • Psychology
January 2007 - December 2008
Monash University (Australia)
Field of study
  • Psychology
January 1995 - December 1998
University of Melbourne
Field of study
  • Education

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Publications (8)
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Organizational politics continues to be acknowledged as a real and important dimension of organizational functioning. Most research has focused on ‘perceptions of organizational politics’ where organizational politics is conceptualized negatively and its relationship with detrimental individual and organizational outcomes is demonstrated. We argue...
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The research aimed to assess proposed associations between organizational politics and employee engagement, employee stress (or more correctly ‘strain’), and work meaningfulness. Very few studies have examined these associations. Confirmatory factor analyses established the dimensionality and reliability of the full measurement model across two ind...
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Much of the research associated with organizational politics has focused on negative outcomes such as stress, burnout, and turnover intention. Only a limited amount of research has focused on identifying the psychological mechanisms that explain the influence of negative organizational politics on individual and organizational outcomes. In this cha...
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The program of qualitative and quantitative research focused on understanding how employees perceive organizational politics. The key contributions of the research include clearly defined and measurable dimensions of both positive and negative politics, and an understanding of the psychological mechanisms that explain the effects of organizational...
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Purpose The study aimed to develop a richer understanding of how employees perceive organizational politics in contemporary organizational contexts, and to identify whether organizational politics is described in both positive and negative terms. Design/methodology/approach Individual in-depth interviews were conducted using Interpretative Phenomen...
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Organizational Politics and Occupational Health Psychology: What We Already KnowConclusion References

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