A Contemporary Look at Organizational Justice: Multiplying Insult Times Injury

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Taylor & Francis, Apr 15, 2010 - Psychology - 368 pages
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This book is for scholars with an interest in the burgeoning area of theory and research on organizational justice. The ideas it describes forge connections between the justice literature and other prominent bodies of knowledge in organizational and social psychology, including those pertaining to trust, social identity, attribution theory, regulatory focus theory and cross-cultural differences in people's beliefs and behaviors. Though intended primarily for researchers, this book is written in a very accessible way, so that informed practitioners will gain considerable value from it.

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Joel Brockner is currently the Phillip Hettleman Professor of business at Columbia University and Professor of Psychology and Education in the department of Organization and Leadership, Teachers College. His graduate and PhD were in the area of Personality and Social Psychology from Tufts University.  He has been elected as Fellow of the APA and Academy of Management.  His past books include Brockner / Rubin: Entrapment in Escalating Conflicts, Springer Verlag, 1985 and Brockner: Self –Esteem at Work: Research, Theory and Practice, Lexington Books, 1988.

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