Steven L. Blader

Tom R Tyler2
Rachel E Kranton1
2Tom R Tyler
1Rachel E Kranton
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Two field studies tested and extended the group engagement model (Tyler & Blader, 2000, Tyler & Blader, 2003) by examining the model with regard to employee extrarole behavior. Consistent with the group engagement model's predictions, results of these studies indicate that the social identities employees form around their work groups and their organizations(More)
The impact of hierarchical rank on perspective taking is both practically and theoretically important, prompting considerable research attention to this issue. However, prior research has primarily examined how power affects perspective taking, and has neglected to investigate the impact of status (i.e., the respect and esteem that an individual holds in(More)
  • George A Akerlof, Rachel E Kranton, G, S Alexander Haslam, Steven L Blader, Tom R Tyler +1 other
  • 2008
" I want to tell my foreman to f*** off, but I can't. " So says " Mike, " a steel handler we meet in Stud Terkel's book Working (1974, xxxv). Many workers' stories we read in Working and in ethnographies suggest workers greatly resent supervision. As a result, they exert lower effort and may sabotage production. Mike puts dents in the steel. Ethnographies(More)
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