Journal of Psychology and Political Science(JPPS) ISSN 2799-1024 2024-06-29T04:35:59+00:00 Editor in Chief Open Journal Systems <p>The <strong>Journal of Psychology and Political Science(JPPS)</strong> having <strong>ISSN 2799-1024 </strong>is a double-blind, peer-reviewed, open access journal that provides publication of articles in all areas of Psychology and Political Science related disciplines. The objective of this journal is to provide a veritable platform for scientists and researchers all over the world to promote, share, and discuss a variety of innovative ideas and developments in all aspects of<strong> Psychology and Political Science.</strong></p> Daddy-Daughter, Hitler-Jews in Sylvia Plath’s Poetry: Exploring Paternal Influence and Holocaust Imagery 2024-06-12T06:25:05+00:00 Dr. Sameeul Haq Nazki <p>This study investigates the metaphorical connections between the Daddy-Daughter relationship and the Hitler-Jews dynamic in Sylvia Plath’s poetry. Plath is renowned for her evocative and melancholic poetry, which explores intricate topics of Holocaust imagery and paternal influence. The purpose of this research is to examine the complex interactions between historical trauma, familial ties, and individual suffering in Plath’s poetry. Plath’s confessional technique allows her to infuse her very personal issues with wider socio-political implications. Plath explores the tense relationship between a daughter and her father while tying Nazi Germany and the Holocaust into the story. The figure of the father becomes a symbol of oppressive authority, reminiscent of both her father and the tyrannical figure of Hitler. The amalgamation of personal and historical pain mirrors Plath’s personal battles with authoritative fatherhood and the aftermath of World War II. Plath’s poems conjure themes of persecution, pain, and the quest for identity through allusions to Hitler and the Jews. Her mastery is evident in the manner in which personal and historical narratives overlap and inform each other in her work by looking at the issue of “Daddy-Daughter and Hitler-Jews”. This study strives to expand comprehension of her poetic vision and its continuing relevance in modern debate through an analysis of her use of language, imagery, and symbolism. Thus the goal is to offer new perspectives on Plath’s work that both captivate and challenge readers across generations, inviting them to engage with her poetry in a more nuanced and profound manner.</p> 2024-06-12T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Authors Organizational Commitment in Relation to Occupational Stress, Work-Family Conflict, and Work Ethics among Bureau of Jail Management and Penology Personnel 2024-06-29T04:35:59+00:00 Ariel A. Alamban Nestor C. Nabe <p>Organizational commitment is the psychological bond between employees and their employer, influencing their choice to stay or leave the organization. Three exogenous variables were utilized to generate the best-fit model: occupational stress, work-family conflict, and work ethics. The data were gathered from 400 jail personnel in Region 11, Philippines. Descriptive correlation and structural equation models were utilized as the study design. Further, this study adopted standardized instruments and gathered the data through online platforms in consideration of the healthy protocol of Jails in the adversities of COVID-19. Initially, analysis using descriptive statistical tools, namely mean, standard, and deviation, was utilized, followed by the inferential analysis of data such as Pearson r, multiple regression analysis, and structural equation modeling (SEM). Results revealed that occupational stress is moderate means it sometimes manifests, work-family conflict is moderate means it is sometimes felt, work ethics is very high means it is always observed, and organizational commitment is high means it oftentimes manifests. Moreover, there are links between occupational stresses, work ethics to organizational commitment; however, work-family conflict is not significantly correlated to organizational commitment. The test of influence also reveals that occupational stress and work ethics influence organizational commitment among BJMP personnel. In table 9, model 5 is the best-fit model, this model excludes work ethics and reveals that occupational stress and its correlation with work-family conflict is significantly influencing organizational commitment. Hence, these two factors significantly influence or predict the level of organizational commitment within the organization.</p> 2024-06-29T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Authors