Taxonomia da Rede Científica do Dark Triad: Revelações no Meio Empresarial e Contábil

  • Márcia Figueredo D'Souza Universidade do Estado da Bahia -UNEB
  • Daniel Nelson Jones University of Texas, El Paso Department of Psychology 500 W. University Ave. El Paso, TX 79902
Palavras-chave: Dark Triad, Narcisismo, Maquiavelismo, Psicopatia, Contexto Empresarial, Contabilidade

Resumo

Objetivo: Caracterizar a pesquisa científica do Dark Triad, elucidando o direcionamento dessa temática, no contexto empresarial e contábil, no período de 2012 a 2014. Método: Para essa investigação, utilizou-se o levantamento sociobibliométrico como estratégia de pesquisa, com base na observação de conteúdos, em duas fontes: Portal Periódicos Capes e o Web Science Knowledge. A amostra do estudo totalizou 90 artigos e foram ilustrados por redes científicas. Ao final, foi elaborada a taxonomia dos 12 trabalhos que convergiram para a discussão do constructo Dark Triad. Resultados: Sobre o direcionamento dos artigos, o Narcisismo é o mais explorado e associado à liderança e tomada de decisão empresarial. A Psicopatia atrai atenção dos pesquisadores quanto ao comportamento aversivo do líder no meio corporativo. O Maquiavelismo tem maior ênfase em investigações relacionadas à manipulação. Especificamente à área contábil, a maioria associa os traços a comportamentos antiéticos com propensão a fraudes nos relatórios financeiros. Contribuições: Os resultados apontaram oportunidades de pesquisas com os traços do Dark Triad, especialmente pela interdisciplinaridade e relevância científica desta temática, ainda pouco explorado pelos pesquisadores da área contábil. Ademais, merecem a atenção de líderes, no sentido de refletirem suas atitudes e dos seus funcionários no ambiente empresarial.

Biografia do Autor

Márcia Figueredo D'Souza, Universidade do Estado da Bahia -UNEB
Doutoranda em Controladoria e Contabilidade pela FEA/USP. Doutoranda em Difusão do Conhecimento pela UFBA. Mestre em Contabilidade pela Fundação Visconde de Cairu -FVC. Especialista em Educação à distancia pela UNEB. Bacharel em CIÊNCIAS CONTÁBEIS pela Universidade Estadual de Feira de Santana. Bacharel em Administração pela UNESA. Professora da UNEB e Professora do curso de Ciências Contábeis do Centro Universitário Estácio da Bahia.
Daniel Nelson Jones, University of Texas, El Paso Department of Psychology 500 W. University Ave. El Paso, TX 79902
Daniel N. Jones, Ph.D. Assistant Professor

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19-08-2017
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D’Souza, M., & Jones, D. (2017). Taxonomia da Rede Científica do Dark Triad: Revelações no Meio Empresarial e Contábil. Revista De Educação E Pesquisa Em Contabilidade (REPeC), 11(3). https://doi.org/10.17524/repec.v11i3.1588
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