Organizational citizenship behavior and school librarians
Research has suggested that many school librarians engage in work outside of their roles as defined by their job descriptions and professional standards. These extra-role behaviors may be explained by Organizational Citizenship Behavior theory. This paper describes the theory, its origin, component behaviors, antecedents, and other factors that influence professional performance. It concludes with a discussion of how the theory relates to the role performance of school librarians, and an agenda for further research.
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