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Perceived Organizational Discrimination. Its Societal Antecedents, Individual Outcomes, and the Effects of Organizational Culture across Contexts

  title={Perceived Organizational Discrimination. Its Societal Antecedents, Individual Outcomes, and the Effects of Organizational Culture across Contexts},
  author={Arief Banindro Kartolo},
Research has found that perceived discrimination leads to a range of negative outcomes across various contexts. In the societal context, it is associated with stress, mental health related issues, and a decrease in quality of life (Tummala-Narra et al., 2011). In the organizational level, it is negatively linked with psychological well-being, job satisfaction, job attitude, and turnover intention (Shaffer et al., 2000; Triana et al., 2015). Although there is an abundance of research looking… 



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