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Vicarious Justice Shapes Observers Climate Perceptions: Moderating Role of Collectivism

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 54 Issue 2

Published: 2018
Author(s) Name: Pooja Purang | Author(s) Affiliation: Professor of Psychology in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Bombay.
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Abstract

Reactions to social accounts of justice have remained largely unexamined in the Indian context, though group harmony and loyalty are important aspects of the work place in collectivist cultures. Hence, others’ experiences would be given importance and more likely integrated while forming justice judgments about organizations and authority figures. To fill this gap this study examines the effects of vicarious justice on perceptions of procedural justice climate and employee engagement, with collectivist values as a moderator. A field experiment was conducted on 67 respondents. The findings showed that vicarious justice influences climate perceptions for high collectivists only and procedural justice climate mediated the relationship between vicarious justice and employee engagement.

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