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Power, procedural fairness & prosocial behavior - Langendijk

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DATUM VAN PUBLICATIE: 1999-01-01
BESTANDSGROOTTE: 12,50
ISBN: 9789035818361
TAAL: NEDERLANDS
AUTEUR: Langendijk

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... Fairness Extra-Role Customer Service .260' B2 Fairness Cooperation ... [PDF] When do procedural fairness and outcome fairness ... ... .286' B3 Fairness Role-Prescribed Customer Service .269* B4 Fairness job ... Title: What is a Prosocial Behavior 1 What is a Prosocial Behavior. Chapter 13; 2. Acts are often executed without the doers anticipation of cost or benefit. Examples of acts are helping, sharing, giving, cooperating, sympathizing, encouraging, sacrificing, aiding, rescuing, defending, reassuring and comforting. 3 Prosocial behavior is Considerable research has examined how pro ... Fairness perceptions and prosocial emotions in the power ... ... . 3 Prosocial behavior is Considerable research has examined how procedural injustice affects victims and witnesses of unfavorable outcomes, with little attention to the "performers" who deliver these outcomes. Drawing on dissonance theory, we hypothesized that performers' reactions to procedural injustice in delivering unfavorable outcomes are moderated by prosocial identity—a helping-focused self-concept. We sought to extend the emerging literature integrating power and procedural fairness in a number of ways. First, no prior work has addressed how authority power moderates procedural fairness effects. Prior work has focused on a sense of control that followers derive from fairly enacted procedures (e.g., Aquino et al., 2006; Korsgaard et al ... In this research, the roles of workplace justice, achievement striving behavior and pay satisfaction were used to predict prosocial behaviors. A total of 354 individuals from a consumer products company provided data for this research. Results suggest that achievement striving accounted for unique variance in in-role behavior. Perceived fairness in skill-based pay's certification process ... 1 Fairness Perceptions and Prosocial Emotions in the Power to Take Ernesto Reuben *,a and Frans van Winden b a ColumbiaBusiness School, University, 3022 Broadway, New York, NY 10027, USA. b Department ofEconomics University Amsterdam,Roetersstraat 11, 1018 WB Netherlands. ABSTRACT This experimental study investigates how behavior changes after receiving punishment. Prior research has shown that procedural fairness interacts with outcome fairness to influence employees' work attitudes (e.g., organizational commitment) and behaviors (e.g., job performance, organizational citizenship behavior), such that employees' tendencies to respond more positively to higher procedural fairness are stronger when outcome fairness is relatively low. This study tests the common conception that democratically elected leaders behave in the interest of their constituents more than traditional chiefs do. Our sample includes 64 village leaders and 384 villagers in rural Namibia, where democratically elected leaders and traditional chiefs coexist. We analyze two main attributes of local political leaders: procedural fairness preferences and ... Support is provided for this hypothesis across all three types of contact employee prosocial behavior, despite significant pairwise correlations (see Table 1). None of the individual paths between job satisfaction and the prosocial behaviors even reaches significance at the 0.10 significance level with the effects of fairness partialled out. Fairness perceptions and prosocial emotions in the power to take. Ernesto Reuben and Frans van Winden () . Journal of Economic Psychology, 2010, vol. 31, issue 6, 908-922 . Abstract: This experimental study investigates how behavior changes after receiving punishment. The focus is on how proposers in a power-to-take game adjust their behavior depending on their fairness perceptions, their ... Jing Du, Jin Nam Choi, Fadi Hashem (2012) Interaction between one's own and others' procedural justice perceptions and citizenship behaviors in organizational teams: The moderating role of group identification., Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 16 (4), p. 289-302, url, doi:10.1037/a0028524 Prosocial behavior Prosocial behavior is any act initiated and performed with the goal of benefiting another person, regardless of any motive.Prosocial behavior consists of actions which "benefit other people or society as a whole, such as helping, sharing, donating, co-operating, and volunteering." For example, when someone's car is broken beside the road, you offer help to that individual ... When procedural justice was high, power disparity was negatively related to task conflict and relationship conflict, while these relationships became positive when procedural justice was low. In a similar vein, when team legitimacy was high, power disparity was negatively related to task conflict and relationship conflict, but when team legitimacy was low, it was positively related to both ... The aim of this lecture is to introduce and discuss the social psychology of prosocial behaviour and altruism....