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An Exploratory Study of Organizational Justice and Work Attitudes Among Chinese Prison Staff
Lambert,Eric G.1; Liu,Jianhong2; Jiang,Shanhe3
2018-05-16
Source PublicationPrison Journal
ISSN15527522 00328855
Volume98Issue:3Pages:314-333
Abstract

While both forms of organizational justice are important, the empirical literature indicates that procedural justice generally has wider and greater effects on job attitudes compared with distributive justice. Regression analysis of self-reported survey data from 322 staff at two Chinese prisons in Guangzhou suggests that, while both forms of organizational justice were important for Chinese correctional staff’s organizational commitment, distributive (but not procedural) justice had significant positive associations with both job involvement and job satisfaction. This emphasis on distributive justice differs from what has been empirically found for U.S. correctional staff.

KeywordChina Distributive Justice Organizational Justice Prison Staff Procedural Justice
DOI10.1177/0032885518764919
URLView the original
Indexed BySSCI ; SSCI
Language英语
WOS Research AreaCriminology & Penology
WOS SubjectCriminology & Penology
WOS IDWOS:000432135800004
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionDEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY
Corresponding AuthorLambert,Eric G.
Affiliation1.University of Nevada,Reno,United States
2.University of Macau,Taipa,Macao
3.Wayne State University,Detroit,United States
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Lambert,Eric G.,Liu,Jianhong,Jiang,Shanhe. An Exploratory Study of Organizational Justice and Work Attitudes Among Chinese Prison Staff[J]. Prison Journal,2018,98(3):314-333.
APA Lambert,Eric G.,Liu,Jianhong,&Jiang,Shanhe.(2018).An Exploratory Study of Organizational Justice and Work Attitudes Among Chinese Prison Staff.Prison Journal,98(3),314-333.
MLA Lambert,Eric G.,et al."An Exploratory Study of Organizational Justice and Work Attitudes Among Chinese Prison Staff".Prison Journal 98.3(2018):314-333.
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