Bystanders' reactions towards co-punishment events in the Taiwanese military: Examining the moderating effects of organizational norms
The present study examined bystanders' justice perceptions about co-punishment events. In a sample of 169 logistic officers in the Taiwanese military, responsibility attributions (i.e. liability attributed to co-punished persons) had a negative relationship with perceived harshness, and a positive relationship with perceived procedural justice. In addition, the effects of responsibility attributions on procedural justice were weaker if the person perceived stronger rather than weaker organizational norms of co-punishment.
co-punishment, collective responsibility, observer, organizational norm, Taiwan
Asian Studies | Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Asian Journal of Social Psychology
Wiley: 24 months
CHI, Shu-Cheng S., LO, Hsin-Hsin, TSAI Ming-Hong, , & NIEHOFF, Brian P..(2008). Bystanders' reactions towards co-punishment events in the Taiwanese military: Examining the moderating effects of organizational norms. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 11(4), 274-278.
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