Sosyal Ağ İlişkilerinde Çok Yönlü Bağlar Ve Kişilik Arasındaki İlişkiler: Hastane Yöneticileri Üzerine Bir Araştırma

Hale ALAN, Fatma KORKMAZ

Özet


Sosyal sermayeyi sosyal ağlarda saklı olan ve sosyal ağlar sayesinde harekete geçen bir varlık olarak değerlendirmek mümkündür. Bu çalışma ile sosyal ağ ilişkilerine dair güçlü ve zayıf bağ sınıflandırmalarına eklenen ve yeni bir kavramsallaştırma olan çok yönlü bağlara vurgu yapılarak hastane yöneticilerinin kişilik özellikleri ile olan ilişkileri araştırılmıştır. Sosyal ağ ilişkileri geliştirmek bireylerin kişilik özellikleri ile yakından ilişkilidir. Hem güçlü hem zayıf bağların karışımı ya da başka bir ifadeyle toplamından oluşan çok yönlü bağların oluşmasında kişilik özelliklerinin önemli rolü bulunmaktadır. Araştırmada Ankara’da faaliyet gösteren özel bir hastanede çalışan 69 yöneticinin sosyal ağ ilişkilerine ve kişilik özelliklerine odaklanılmıştır. UCINET sosyal ağ analizi programı kullanılarak her bir yöneticinin sahip olduğu çok yönlülük değerleri (Multiplexity Ties) hesaplanmış, hastane yöneticilerinin ağ düzeneğindeki konumları belirlenmiştir. Hastane yöneticilerinin kişilik özelliklerini belirlemek amacıyla beş faktör kişilik envanteri ölçeği boyutlarına göre kişilik özellikleri puanlanmıştır. Araştırmanın sonucunda yöneticilerin çok yönlü bağ değerleri ile kişilik özellikleri arasında özellikle dışadönüklük, uyumluluk ve açıklık kişilik özellikleri ile olumlu yönde ilişkili olduğu belirlenmiştir.

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