The Role of Overall Justice Judgments in Organizational Justice Research: A Test of Mediation
Organizational justice research traditionally focuses on the unique predictability of different types of justice (distributive. procedural, and interactional) and the relative importance of these types of justice on outcome variables. Recently, researchers have suggested shifting front this focus on specific types of justice to a consideration of overall justice. The authors hypothesize that overall justice judgments mediate the relationship between specific justice facets and outcomes. They present 2 studies to test this hypothesis. Study I demonstrates that overall justice judgments mediate the relationship between specific justice judgments and employee attitudes. Study 2 demonstrates the mediating relationship holds for supervisor ratings of employee behavior. Implications for research on organizational justice are discussed.
Journal of Applied Psychology
"The Role of Overall Justice Judgments in Organizational Justice Research: A Test of Mediation" (2009). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 1248.