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Title: Using self-definition to predict the influence of procedural justice on organizational, interpersonal, and job/task oriented citizenship behaviors
Authors: Brebels, Lieven ×
De Cremer, David
van Dijke, Marius #
Editors: Rupp, Deborah E
Issue Date: Mar-2014
Publisher: Sage Publications
Series Title: Journal of Management vol:40 issue:3 pages:731-763
Abstract: An integrative self-definition model is proposed to improve our understanding of how procedural justice affects different outcome modalities in organizational behavior. Specifically, it is examined whether the strength of different levels of self-definition (collective, relational, and individual) each uniquely interact with procedural justice to predict organizational, interpersonal, and job/task oriented citizenship behaviors respectively. Results from experimental and (both single and multisource) field data consistently revealed stronger procedural justice effects (1) on organizational oriented citizenship behavior among those who define themselves strongly in terms of organizational characteristics, (2) on interpersonal oriented citizenship behavior among those who define themselves strongly in terms of their interpersonal relationships, and (3) on job/task oriented citizenship behavior among those who define themselves weakly in terms of their distinctiveness/uniqueness. We discuss the relevance of these results with respect to how employees can be motivated most effectively in organizational settings
ISSN: 0149-2063
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Work, Organisational and Personnel Psychology
Research Centre for Work and Organisation Studies (WOS Bxl), Campus Brussels
Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) - miscellaneous
× corresponding author
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