The whistleblower's dilemma and the fairness–loyalty tradeoff

@inproceedings{Waytz2013TheWD,
  title={The whistleblower's dilemma and the fairness–loyalty tradeoff},
  author={Adam Waytz and James Dungan and Liane Young},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Whistleblowing – reporting another person's unethical behavior to a third party – often constitutes a conflict between competing moral concerns. Whistleblowing promotes justice and fairness but can also appear disloyal. Five studies demonstrate that a fairness–loyalty tradeoff predicts people's willingness to blow the whistle. Study 1 demonstrates that individual differences in valuing fairness over loyalty predict willingness to report unethical behavior. Studies 2a and 2b demonstrate… CONTINUE READING

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