Emerging Perspectives on Managing Organizational Justice (Google eBook)

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Dirk Douglas Steiner, Stephen Gilliland, Daniel Skarlicki
IAP, Jan 1, 2002 - Business & Economics - 284 pages
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This book is divided into three parts: integrating the non-work context into theories of organizational justice; non-work reactions to injustice; and commentary.
  

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Economic and Noneconomic Mechanisms in Interpersonal Work Relationships Toward an Integration of Agency and Procedural Justice Theories
3
The Religious Underpinnings of Social Justice Conceptions
35
Patients and Physicians as Stakeholders Justice in the Medical Context
77
A Social Information Processing View of Organizational Justice
103
A ThirdParty Observers Reactions to Employee Mistreatment Motivational and Cognitive Processes in Deservingness Assessments
133
Employee Stress Injustice and the DualPosition of the Boss
159
Distribution of Tasks A View from the Social Psychology of Justice
177
Hot Flashes Open Wounds Injustice and the Tyranny of Its Emotions
203
Some Reflections on the Morality of Organizational Justice
225
Information on Contributing Authors
279
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