Moral disagreement and procedural justice : Moral mandates as constraints to voice effects

@inproceedings{Bauman2009MoralDA,
  title={Moral disagreement and procedural justice : Moral mandates as constraints to voice effects},
  author={Christopher W. Bauman and Linda J. Skitka},
  year={2009}
}
Procedural voice is a widely used and effective means to reduce or eliminate conflict. Moral disagreements, however, are particularly inflammatory, divisive, and difficult to manage. The current article reports two studies that demonstrated the unique challenge that moral disagreements pose. Specifically, the studies tested the extent to which procedural voice affected justice judgements, group climate, and decision acceptance when people perceived decisions to have moral implications. Results… CONTINUE READING