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Outcome Favorability, Procedures, and Individualism-Collectivism in Procedural Justice Perceptions

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Authors
Choi, Jaepil
Issue Date
2003
Publisher
College of Business Administration (경영대학)
Citation
Seoul Journal of Business Volume 9(1):1~26(2003)
Keywords
individual outcomes; group outcomes; individual participation; representative participation; autocratic procedure
Abstract
Most justice researchers have defined outcomes and procedural
characteristics, two key determinants of procedural justice perceptions,
in a limited way. In addition, cultural values have been mostly ignored
in previous procedural justice research. In this article we present new
conceptualizations of outcomes and procedures and delineate how
individualism-collectivism interacts with outcomes and procedural
characteristics to determine procedural justice perceptions. In so doing,
we contend that because of different information-processing styles and
contrasting preference of behavioral styles between individualists and
collectivists, procedural justice perceptions are shaped differently. A
cross-cultural perspective on procedural justice presented here calls for
more future research on different psychological dynamics of procedural
justice perceptions across cultural values.
ISSN
1226-9816
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/1779
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College of Business Administration/Business School (경영대학/대학원)Dept. of Business Administration (경영학과)Seoul Journal of BusinessSeoul Journal of Business Volume 09, Number 1 (2003)
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