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Emerging perspectives on managing organizational justice

Emerging perspectives on managing organizational justice

Author: Daniel Skarlicki; Stephen Gilliland; Dirk Steiner
Publisher: Greenwich, Conn. : Information Age Pub., ©2002.
Series: Research in social issues in management, v. 2.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Skarlicki; Stephen Gilliland; Dirk Steiner
ISBN: 193157636X 9781931576369 1931576378 9781931576376
OCLC Number: 300936428
Description: x, 284 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: TENTATIVE CONTENTS: Preface, Dirk Steiner, Daniel Skarlicki, and Stephen Gilliland. Part I: Integrating the Non-Work Context Into Theories of Organizational Justice. Economic and Non-Economic Mechanisms in Interpersonal Work Relationships: Toward an Integration of Agency and Procedural Justice Theories, M. Audrey Korsgaard and Harry J. Saplenza. The Religious Underpinnings of Social Justice Conceptions, Dianna L. Stone and Eugene F. Stone-Romero. Patients and Physicians as Stakeholders: Justice in the Medical Context, Carol T. Kulik and Robert L. Holbrook, Jr. A Social Information Processing View of Organizational Justice, Barry M. Goldman and Sherry M. B. Thatcher. Part II: Non-Work Reactions to Injustice. Cognitive and Motivational Components of Third-Party Observers' Reactions to Unfairness, John H. Ellard and Daniel P. Skarlicki. Employee Stress, Injustice and the Dual-Position of the Boss, Riel Vermunt. Organization of Work and Distribution of Tasks and Duties: A Neglected Topic of Social Justice Research, Gerold Mikula. ""Hot Flashes, Open Wounds"": Injustice and the Tyranny of its Emotions, Robert J. Bies and Thomas M. Tripp. Part III: Commentary. Some Reflections on the Morality of Organizational Justice, Russell Cropanzano and Deborah E. Rupp. Information on Contributing Authors.
Series Title: Research in social issues in management, v. 2.
Responsibility: edited by Stephen W. Gilliland, Dirk D. Steiner, and Daniel P. Skarlicki.


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