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ArtikelIntra- and Inter-Justice Relationships: Assessing The Direction  
Oleh: Miller, Janis M. ; Summers, Timothy P. ; Robbins, Tina L.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Human Relations vol. 53 no. 10 (Oct. 2000), page 1329–1355.
Topik: distributive justice; employee turnover; organizational commitment; organizational justice; procedural justice
Isi artikelThis field study used structural equation modeling to investigate the relationships among: (1) distributive and procedural justice; (2) justice components and organizational commitment; and (3) justice components and behaviors/behavioral intentions. The results suggest that, over time, procedural justice judgments are likely to influence perceptions of distributive justice, but not vice versa. In addition, the results suggest that both distributive justice and procedural justice have reciprocal relationships with commitment and turnover intentions, although in some cases they are contingent on lagged effects. Relationships between procedural justice and behaviors (i.e. compliance, performance) were unidirectional, significant only in the justiceto- behavior direction.
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