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Procedural Justice and Innovation: Does Procedural Justice Foster Innovative Behavior?  [PDF]
Bernhard Streicher, Eva Jonas, Günter W. Maier, Dieter Frey
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2012.312A162
Abstract:

The influence of procedural justice on intended innovative behavior was studied in a sample of students and employees. Although earlier studies suggests that procedural justice increases innovation-related behavior such as spontaneous cooperation, so far systematic research is scarce. Results indicated that the provision of voice increased participants’ intention to show innovative behavior such as task revision, creativity, and persistence in a business simulation task. Furthermore, the effects found were mediated by intrinsic motivation and identification, but not by occupational self-efficacy. These findings suggest that justice in organizations and procedural fair conditions in particular can drive innovations.

Perceptions of procedural justice in the retrenchment of managers  [cached]
L. P. Vermeulen
South African Journal of Industrial Psychology , 2005, DOI: 10.4102/sajip.v31i2.195
Abstract: In this study, the researcher attempted to establish whether demographic variables, the context of lay-offs and layoff support factors affect retrenched managers’ perceptions of procedural justice with regard to their retrenchment. The results confirm that several factors affect managers’ perceptions of procedural justice. Five independent variables (voluntary vs. involuntary severance, lay-off magnitude, severance compensation, outplacement support and job search stress) accounted for 47,9 per cent of the variance in retrenched managers’ perceptions of procedural justice. It is doubtful that managers will perceive their retrenchment as fair if organisations fail to provide considerable concrete support, including severance pay, outplacement support and job search facilities. Opsomming In hierdie studie het die navorser gepoog om vas te stel of demografiese veranderlikes, die konteks van aflegging en afleggingondersteunings-faktore afgelegde bestuurders se persepsies van prosedurele geregtigheid met betrekking tot hul ontslag be nvloed. Die resultate toon dat verskeie faktore bestuurders se persepsies van prosedurele geregtigheid affekteer. Vyf onafhanklike veranderlikes (vrywillige vs. nie-vrywillige skeiding, omvang van aflegging, skeidingsvergoeding, uitplasingsteun en werksoekstres) het 47,9 persent van die variansie in afgelegde bestuurders se persepsies van prosedurele geregtigheid verklaar. Dit is onwaarskynlik dat bestuurders hul aflegging as regverdig sal beskou, tensy organisasies aansienlike konkrete ondersteuning soos skeidingspakkette, uitplasingsteun en werksoekfasiliteite daarstel.
Distributive Justice and Customer Post-Complaint Behaviour of Fast Food Industry in Rivers State, Nigeria  [PDF]
Gibson Chituru Ogonu, N. Gladson Nwokah, Beatrice Chinyere Acee-Eke
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2019.123019
Abstract: The study examined the effect of distributive justice on customer post-complaint behaviour. The need for this study has become very demanding because a dissatisfied customer will imply that the company runs risk of operating at reduced state of future revenue stream accruable to the focal company. Data were drawn through questionnaire from 200 employees of 66 fast food firms in Rivers State. Descriptive and inferential statistics were utilized in analysing the data. The study found that distributive justice has a positive and significant relationship with customer post-complaint behaviour. In view of the above findings, the study concludes that customers who experience dissatisfaction will be willing to enact positive post-complaint behaviours if the firm addresses their issues satisfactorily; and recommend amongst others that management of fast food firms should be key in effective distributive justice in order to drive customers towards positive post-complaint behaviour.
Procedural & Distributive Justice and Amenability to Psychological Treatment in Juvenile Delinquents  [PDF]
Martha Frías-Armenta, Amelia E. López-Escobar, Graciela Jasa Silveira
Advances in Applied Sociology (AASoci) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/aasoci.2016.62006
Abstract: This study was aimed at testing a structural model that analyzed the relationship between procedural and distributive justice and the amenability of psychological treatment for juvenile delinquents. Ninety-two adolescents receiving treatment in detention and community facilities following a judge’s sentence constituted the sample. Participants responded to a questionnaire including items that investigated the perception of police and judicial procedures and decisions, and the acceptance of psychological treatments. A structural equation model was specified and tested. Three factors were indicated “perception of police treatment”, “procedural justice”, “distributive justice”, and “amenability of the treatment”. It was expected a direct relationship between procedural and distributive justice and distributive justice and amenability of the treatment. It was also projected a direct relationship between distributive justice and amenability of the treatment. Results revealed that the adolescent’s positive perception of the judicial procedure predicted positively the amenability of both the treatment and the distributive justice system. Perception of the police treatment had an effect on procedural justice. Those findings seem to indicate that if adolescents perceive a fair police treatment and procedure, their acceptance of the treatment and sentence will be more likely. Such an outcome, in turn, could help in their reintegration to society.
Damming the Flow: Cultural Barriers to Perceived ‘Procedural Justice’ in Wonthaggi, Victoria  [cached]
Tanya J. King
Cultural Studies Review , 2010,
Abstract: Drier conditions in Australia have compelled governments to implement projects such as the desalination plant in the South Gippsland town of Wonthaggi. The desalination plant is still under construction, but South Gippsland is already host to wind turbines and marine protected areas, reflecting public pressure to develop renewable energy sources and conserve resources. However, all projects have been met with vocal opposition. Using the desalination project as a case study, this paper will address public concerns about a perceived lack of procedural justice in implementing such projects. Drawing on data from a pilot survey of 320 residents, we argue that procedural shortcomings of the project include inattention to past political disputes in the region and to the culturally entrenched sense of division between city and country. Attention to political and cultural histories is vital to the successful and ethical implementation of projects in regional areas.
Damming the flow : cultural barriers to perceived ‘procedural justice’ in Wonthaggi, Victoria  [cached]
King,Tanya J.
Cultural Studies Review , 2010,
Abstract: Drier conditions in Australia have compelled governments to implement projects such as the desalination plant in the South Gippsland town of Wonthaggi. The desalination plant is still under construction, but South Gippsland is already host to wind turbines and marine protected areas, reflecting public pressure to develop renewable energy sources and conserve resources. However, all projects have been met with vocal opposition. Using the desalination project as a case study, this paper will address public concerns about a perceived lack of procedural justice in implementing such projects. Drawing on data from a pilot survey of 320 residents, we argue that procedural shortcomings of the project include inattention to past political disputes in the region and to the culturally entrenched sense of division between city and country. Attention to political and cultural histories is vital to the successful and ethical implementation of projects in regional areas.
Procedural Justice and Its Psychological Dynamics
程序公正及其心理机制

Lin Xiaowan,Che Hongsheng,Zhang Peng,Wang Lei,
林晓婉
,车宏生,张鹏,王蕾

心理科学进展 , 2004,
Abstract: Procedural justice is the most important component of organizational justice. Since the concept was proposed by Thibaut and Walker(1975), procedural justice has been studied in a variety of settings. This literature is developing, but the integration of the content of procedural justice is needed. Voice effect and dignitary process effect indicate what affects the judgment of procedural justice, and self-interest model and group-value model are used to shed light on the underlying psychological mechanism. It is well proved that procedural justice can influence various work-related attitudes and behavior, and interacts with outcome favorability. The psychological dynamism underlying is discussed in this article as well.
The Mechanism of Procedural Justice and Its Moderator
程序公正作用机制中的调节变量

GAO Ji,MA Hong-Yu,
高记
,马红宇

心理科学进展 , 2010,
Abstract: Procedural justice is the extent to which people perceived decision-making procedures as fair.We find four kinds of factors were the moderator of the procedural justice by reviewing the relative theories and the conclusion of the researches;they are as follow,situation factors,personal characteristic factors,distributive outcome factors,and leader factors.At last,the problems of procedural justice research and research orientation are provided,such as,validate the voice effect across culture,explore native ...
Moderating effect of procedural justice in the relationship between participation in pay systems and personal outcomes
Azman Ismail,Hayazi Abdul Rahman,Wan Khairuzzaman Wan Ismail
Jurnal Kemanusiaan , 2007,
Abstract: This study examines the moderating role of procedural justice in the relationship between participation in pay systems and personal outcomes. This relationship was measured using 203 usable questionnaires that were gathered from hotel employees in Kuching, Sarawak. Outcomes of tests moderating model using hierarchical regression analyses showed that the inclusion of procedural justice into analysis had increased the effect of participation in pay systems on job commitment, but procedural justice had not increased the effect of participation in pay systems on job satisfaction. This result demonstrates that procedural justice does act as a partial moderator in the pay system models of the hotel industry sector.These findings have partially supported compensation studies conducted in most Western countries. In addition, the implications of this study to theory and practice, methodological and conceptual limitations, as well as directions for future research are elaborated in this paper.
Effects of Procedural Justice Perception, Budgetary Control Effectiveness and Ethical Work Climate on Propensity to Create Budgetary Slack  [cached]
Gokhan Ozer,,Emine Yilmaz
Business and Economics Research Journal , 2011,
Abstract: Because of the increasing importance of effective and productive management of public organizations, budgetary slack is started to be seen as an important problem for public organizations. In order to contribute the solution of this problem, the current study investigates the effects of budgetary control effectiveness, ethical work climate and managers’ procedural justice perception on propensity to create budgetary slack in pubic organizations. The data is obtained through questionnaire responded by 465 managers who work in different public organizations. The results of the analyses show that effectiveness of budgetary control, ethical work climate and procedural justice perception of managers have a statistically significant and negative impact on managers’ propensity to create budgetary slack in public organizations. Budgetary control and ethical work climate affect managers’ perception of procedural justice. In addition, it is inferred from the study that the perception of procedural justice has partial mediation effect between effectiveness of budgetary control, ethical work climate and propensity to create budgetary slack.
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