Two experimental tests of relational models of procedural justice: non-instrumental voice and authority group membership.

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In both a laboratory experiment (in Australia) using university as the basis of group membership, and a scenario experiment (in India) using religion as the basis of group membership, we observe more favourable respect and fairness ratings in response to an in-group authority than an out-group authority who administers non-instrumental voice. Moreover, we… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.2044-8309.2011.02083.x

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@article{Platow2013TwoET, title={Two experimental tests of relational models of procedural justice: non-instrumental voice and authority group membership.}, author={Michael J. Platow and Rachael A Eggins and Rachana Chattopadhyay and Greg A. Brewer and Lisa M Hardwick and Laurin Milsom and J. Trevor Brocklebank and Therese Lalor and Rowena Martin and Michelle Quee and Sara Vassallo and Jenny Welsh}, journal={The British journal of social psychology}, year={2013}, volume={52 2}, pages={361-76} }