Outcome Favorability, Procedures, and Individualism-Collectivism in Procedural Justice Perceptions
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.
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
Seoul Journal of Business
Seoul National University
Outcome Favorability, Procedures, and Individualism-Collectivism in Procedural Justice Perceptions. (2003). Seoul Journal of Business. 9, (1), 1-26. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/lkcsb_research/1726
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