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To Be or Not To Be: A Multidimensional Spirituality in the Workplace

Author:
Shinde, Uday   Nelson, H. James   Shinde, Jay   


Journal:
Journal of Human Values


Issue Date:
2018


Abstract(summary):

The present study focuses on furthering the theoretical foundations of the field of spirituality and religiosity in the workplace (SRW) by providing a parsimonious definition, and multi-dimensional model for the construct of spirituality grounded in a pluralistic and historically authentic framework using the Sophia Perennis or Perennial Philosophy (Lings, 2005, A return to the spirit.... Fons Vitae, Louisville). In this process, the study addresses the dilemma of religiosity versus spirituality faced by researchers in this area (Benefiel, Fry, & Geigle, 2014, Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 6(3), 175). It also addresses concerns regarding the potential conflicts related to spirituality and religiosity that could arise in a secular workplace, which emphasizes inclusiveness and equality. A three factor model of spirituality is developed using the grounded theory approach (Corbin & Strauss, 1990, Qualitative Sociology, 13(1), 3-21) and is corroborated by factor analysis of multiple samples (n =3D 159 and n =3D 181), and participants representing three major world faith traditions (both Eastern and Western).


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