Degree Granting Department
Tammy Allen, Ph.D.
Louis Penner, Ph.D.
Judith Bryant, Ph.D.
organizational citizenship performance, shifting standards model, objective scales, reward recommendations, overall performanceOrganizational Citizenship Performance, Shifting Standards Model, Objective Scales, Reward Recommendations, Overall Performance
The relationship between citizenship performance and overall performance and the relationship between citizenship performance and reward recommendations were investigated, with gender and scale type as possible moderators. Two hundred and fifty-four University of South Florida students were used in this study. The majority of these participants were undergraduate, psychology majors, female, and between the ages of 17 and 23. Participants were given statements describing a teacher's performance and were asked to evaluate the professor on citizenship and overall performance and recommend them for rewards. No support was found for the hypothesis that men would have a stronger relationship than women between citizenship and overall performance. No support was found for the hypothesis that men would have a stronger relationship than women between citizenship performance and reward recommendations. Scale type was not found to influence these relationships. These results are not consistent with the shifting standards model. Numerous suggestions are made for changes to the experiment, including performing a field study instead of a lab study.
Scholar Commons Citation
Wilkinson, Lisa, "Gender Stereotypes of Citizenship Performance" (2003). USF Tampa Graduate Theses and Dissertations.