EVLNExit-Voice-Loyalty-Neglect (behavioural model; psychology)
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The present study applies the EVLN framework to explore household response strategies to inadequate sewerage and garbage collection services in Abuja, Nigeria.
Likewise, since most EVLN studies are based on survey methods, it is imperative to employ qualitative research to gain in-depth understanding of household responses from their own perspectives.
When matched to the EVLN framework, this characteristic implies that individualists will not hesitate to voice their disapproval of a supply chain partner (Thomas et al., 2003).
We find this pattern of response consistent with the EVLN framework.
The EVLN model provides an excellent framework for the investigation of the exit interview process, as exiting and voice are the behavioural options exhibited when an employee decides to leave an organisation.
The EVLN framework will be used to evaluate employee exit and voice upon departure.
In addition to our personal experience--the second author had been involved in a group exit situation--our thinking was influenced by the exit/voice/loyalty/neglect (EVLN) paradigm (e.g., Hirschman, 1970; Farrell, 1983) and by several streams of research in group studies.
The EVLN paradigm, first introduced by Hirschman (1970) and then elaborated by others (Rusbult, Zembrodt, and Gunn, 1982; Farrell, 1983; Rusbult et al., 1988; Withey and Cooper, 1989), involves a two-dimensional framework.
In our study, we expect the EVLN responses to be affected by the costs of action (specifically, the costs of exit and voice), the efficacy of action (specifically, prior satisfaction, the possibility of improvement, and individual differences in beliefs that actions matter), and the attractiveness of the setting (specifically, commitment to the organization and the availability of alternatives).