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An Affective Perspective on the Cross-level Influence of Procedural Justice Climate
Lin, X. W.
2015-06-01
Source Publicationthe 2015 Asia Academy of Management conference
AbstractThis study explored how procedural justice climate influences an individual’s attitudes and behavior from an affective perspective. The results showed that procedural justice climate was related to group affective tone and explained additional variations in individual affect beyond that explained by individual perception of justice. In support of my arguments related to the role of emotional contagion in this process, individual differences in susceptibility to emotional contagion moderated the relationship between procedural justice climate and individual affect. The positive relationship between procedural justice climate and individual positive affect and its negative relationship with individual negative affect were stronger among individuals with high rather than low susceptibility to emotional contagion. Task interdependence also strengthened the relationship between procedural justice climate and positive affective tone at the group level. Furthermore, the indirect relationships between procedural justice climate and individual outcomes, including turnover intention, job satisfaction and knowledge sharing through individual affect and group affective tone were supported.
KeywordProcedural justice climate emotional contagion individual affect affective tone susceptibility to emotional contagion task interdependence
Language英語English
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PUB ID14792
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Document TypeConference paper
CollectionDEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING
Corresponding AuthorLin, X. W.
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Lin, X. W.. An Affective Perspective on the Cross-level Influence of Procedural Justice Climate[C],2015.
APA Lin, X. W..(2015).An Affective Perspective on the Cross-level Influence of Procedural Justice Climate.the 2015 Asia Academy of Management conference.
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