Taking a Multifoci Approach to the Study of Justice, Social Exchange, and Citizenship Behavior: The Target Similarity Model†

@article{Lavelle2007TakingAM,
  title={Taking a Multifoci Approach to the Study of Justice, Social Exchange, and Citizenship Behavior: The Target Similarity Model†},
  author={James J. Lavelle and Deborah Elizabeth Rupp and Joel Brockner},
  journal={Journal of Management},
  year={2007},
  volume={33},
  pages={841 - 866}
}
An emerging trend within the organizational justice, social exchange, and organizational citizenship behavior literatures is that employees maintain distinct perceptions about, and direct different attitudes and behaviors toward, multiple foci such as the organization, supervisors, and coworkers. However, these multifoci developments have progressed, for the most part, independently of one another. Thus, to gain a more complete conceptualization of the employee experience, this review brings… Expand

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