Perceptions of intentional wrongdoing and peer reporting behavior among registered nurses.

@article{King2001PerceptionsOI,
  title={Perceptions of intentional wrongdoing and peer reporting behavior among registered nurses.},
  author={Gerry King},
  journal={Journal of business ethics : JBE},
  year={2001},
  volume={34 1},
  pages={1-13}
}
  • Gerry King
  • Published 2001 in Journal of business ethics : JBE
How a person perceives a wrongdoing being committed by a coworker will affect whether the incident is reported within the organization. A significant factor that may influence the decision to report a wrongdoing is the perceived intentionality of the wrongdoer. This study sought to examine if differences in perceptions of a wrongdoing could affect the disclosure of unethical behavior. Three hundred seventy-two registered nurses (N=372) responded to a survey consisting of both intentional and… CONTINUE READING

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