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The Comparison on Leadership between Male and Female Senior Officers of Central Government

  • Korean Society and Public Administration
  • Abbr : KSPA
  • 2006, 17(3), pp.107-130
  • Publisher : Seoul Association For Public Administration
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Administration

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1대한민국 국회

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ABSTRACT

This thesis compares types of leadership and its effectiveness (The level of organizational commitment in a group setting and the level of satisfaction on a leader of a group) that can be displayed by male and female leaders, and examines whether a gender of an assistant can have a controlling effect on leadership and its effectiveness. For the study analysis, a questionnaire regarding the leadership of male and female senior officers was given to 412 assistants in the central government. According to the result, not a significant difference was found in the types of leadership between male leaders and female leaders and the effectiveness of their leadership. Also the result of the controlling effect on a gender of assistant regarding types and effectiveness of leadership, there seemed to be a relatively significant controlling effect in case of organizational commitment nonetheless there was no controlling effect on the level of satisfaction for their leader.

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